Story by Allison Coldridge, Yahoo Style UK
The Duchess of Cambridge might have a penchant for designer dresses (she’s worn looks from Chanel, Gucci, Burberry and more over the years), but she’s keen to show her support of the British high street, too.
The mum-of-three wore two very affordable items in a collection of new family photos released last night.
In the images, taken in Kate’s first Chelsea Flower Show garden, the Duchess is seen wearing a pair of $30 earrings from Accessorize and a floral ruffled maxi dress from & Other Stories ($160 CAD).
The latter has now sold out - the Kate effect is still going strong, eight years after she joined the Royal Family - but the earrings are still available.
You can see the earrings, the ‘Polly Petal Drop’ style in the below photo of Kate with youngest son, Louis.
A shorter version of the dress is also still available as is a midi dress, both in the same print.
🍃 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share some new photographs of their family as they visited the #RHSChelsea Back to Nature Garden.— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 19, 2019
The photographs were taken by Matt Porteous. #ChelseaFlowerShow pic.twitter.com/mT95MT88xA
& Other Stories, from the H&M Group, originates from Stockholm, but has been a favourite on the British high street since setting up shop here six years ago.
Kate finished the look with a pair of brown, heeled espadrilles by Spanish footwear label Castaner ($260 CAD).
The Duchess of Cambridge’s support of the British high street pre-dates joining the Royal Family. Over the years, Kate’s worn outfits from Whistles, Zara, Arket, L.K. Bennett, Reiss, Hobbs, H&M and Topshop.
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