Kate Middleton wore a short mod dress, and now we need one exactly like it
Kate Middleton is our forever style icon. The Duchess of Cambridge continued to inspire at a recent appearance at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, where she wore a tweed black and white Gucci dress with red trim. Middleton — who was celebrating the completion of the largest architectural development to the V&A in more than 100 years — paired the dress with simple black heels, a red clutch, and her signature half-up hairstyle.
During her visit to the museum, which is just a short trip from her Kensington Palace home, Kate also toured the V&A’s new entrance, The Sainsbury Gallery, and Blavatnik Hall, where she met those involved with the project.
Okay, one more.
But seriously, this may be the most flattering dress ever and WE. NEED. IT.
Kate’s fashion choices, which are often compared to that of her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, and former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, definitely inspire our wardrobe choices. While we’re obsessed with her Gucci look, the fitted tweed dress is a bit out of our price range, ringing in at £1,790 (roughly $2,323). Instead, we found similar, more affordable options.
Ellen Tracy Embellished Tweed Shift Dress, $128
Style this with some red accessories for an undeniably regal outfit. Available in sizes 2-16, find it at Nordstrom, here.
Tommy Hilfiger Faux-Pocket Shift Dress, $99
This chic, lightweight dress will bring the class to any summer party you attend. The dress comes in sizes 4-14, and would look stunning with punchy red or coral accessories. Find it at Macy’s, here.
Lauren Ralph Lauren Polka-Dot-Print Jersey Dress, $135
The polka dot pattern is always fun and this style runs 0-12. As with the other dresses on this list, red accessories would make the perfect statement. Find the dress at Macy’s here.