Kate Middleton Rocks Recycled Dress to Charity Event

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Keech Hospice Care and tour the children's and adult's hospices in Luton, Bedfordshire, UK, on the 24th August 2016.

If there's one thing we love about Kate, it's her ability to reuse what she has inside her wardrobe. The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William recently attended a charity event in Luton, England, where she wowed onlookers with a blue and white number that might look familiar. Kate Middleton earns style points for recycling this dress we adore and definitely want to borrow.

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Kate, once again, looked head-to-toe flawless in her L.K. Bennett floral dress. Here's a cute snap of the royal couple on their way to events at the Keech Hospice Care that raised awareness for mental health and care for the sick and terminally ill.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Bute Mills, to learn about the work of Youthscape in Luton, Bedfordshire, UK, on the 24th August 2016.

(Aww, don't they look darling?)

And, in case you're wondering, Kate rocked this classic getup in 2014 when she and her hubby visited the Royal Australian Air Force Base Amberley.

It looked great then, and it looks great now!

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Keech Hospice Care and tour the children's and adult hospices in Luton, Bedfordshire, UK, on the 24th August 2016.

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With so many designers chomping at the bit to style up Duchess Kate, it's great to know she has no problem reusing a few pieces from her closet. Plus, Kate's Lara floral dress isn't overly expensive, which makes it even more awesome.

Yup, we feel inspired to dig through our wardrobe and recycle a few pieces.

Thanks for the inspo, Kate!

 

 

Images via James Whatling

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