Kate Middleton in a Designer Dress? ‘Fraid not!
‘Princess of the High-Street’. Â That should be the Duchess’s real title. Â It was expected upon joining the FIRM, Kate would go from high-street shopper, to designer clothes covetress. Â How wrong we were. Â It seems Kate’s ongoing high-street love affair is as strong as ever, even now that she has embarked upon royal married life.
Kate’s Non-Designer Dress Choice to Meet Fashion’s First Lady
We refer to Kate’s choice of outfit she wore to meet Barack and Michelle Obama yesterday, at a reception in Buckingham Palace. Â While William and Barack were deep in discussion, Kate chatted animatedly to Michelle in, (cue: designer name,) err, wait a minute, a REISS dress!
You certainly have to admire the Duchess’s sang-froid in not opting to wear ‘designer’ when you consider that Mrs Obama is something of fashion icon- a true first lady of fashion; she arguably gets as much coverage as her husband thanks to the attention her outfit choices bring her.
Michelle Wears Tom Ford for the Banquet
We should add, that yesterday was no exception – Michelle wore an outgoing ensemble by California designer Barbara Tfank. Â But for the first lady of fashion, it was only the beginning, with Michelle surpassing herself and her earlier outfit later that evening when she arrived at the photo-call in a criss-cross halterneck white floor-length gown by Tom Ford. Â Teamed with white opera gloves, Michelle’s gown really stole the show. Â (Queenie looked radiant as ever, we hasten to add. Â Goes without saying really!)
The Duchess of Cambridge: A Style Icon in the Making
But back to Kate: we are growing fonder of the Duchess by the day! Long live the Princess of the High-Street! Or the High-Street’s Princess. Â We’re not sure which one we prefer. Â So, now that Reiss’ website has crashed due to the influx of orders placed for Kate’s Cream bandage-esque, capped shoulder number, just where is there to turn for something similar?
We have come up with the following solutions. And what’s more, they might well have cost more to start with than Kate’s but these designer numbers come with high-street price tags!
Kate really is missing a trick here; she would be a brilliant brand ambassador for GMD! (Get in touch Kate, if you’re listening). Â On-line designer dress hire and the Duchess are simply a match made in heaven! Â What’s more, we love the Duchess’s choice of a nude colour palette, so very now! Â Which is why, we’ve chosen our favourite GMD designer dresses to hire, all in a lovely tone of nude a la Kate. Â A style-icon in the making in our opinion!