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Kate Middleton is well-known for dressing diplomatically during public appearances and decidedly wears clothes by local designers on overseas tours, while still supporting British fashion.
Celebrity stylist Rochelle White told Femail that it makes Kate seem relatable. ‘It shows that she hasn’t forgotten who she is as a person, her home country and what she likes.
She is keen to show her love for British fashion but also combines it with designers that she has properly worn for a while.’
In 2016, the Duchess seemed to favour designer brands despite being commended for her thriftiness and recycling outfits.
Her wardrobe bill increased by four times to £174,000 to £43,000 in 2015 and saw her wearing brands like D&G, Preen and Jenny Packham.
Recently, Kate wore a £65 floral print dress by maternity brand Seraphine and it was revealed that she has worn this item of clothing publically twice before during her pregnancy with Princess Charlotte.
With its own Wikipedia page, the ‘Kate Middleton effect’, is reportedly worth more than £1 billion to the UK fashion industry.
The printed Anita Dongre number Kate wore for a cricket game during her visit to India and Bhutan in April was such a success that the factory had to shift production of all other models in order to exclusively produce the dress and meet the demand the Duchess had inspired. Click link for blog for full post from The Daily Mail.
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