The Duchess of Cambridge is a bonafide trend-setter and often puts brands on the map. One of those labels has to be The Vampire's Wife. The UK-based brand has long been adored by celebrities, but the wife of Prince William has taken their status to another level since wearing their threads.
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Kate has memorably worn the brand's 'Falconetti' dress a few times since it first landed in her wardrobe. Featuring mid-length sleeves with a subtle ruffle trim, a rounded neckline, a ruffled skirt, as well as an all-over metallic sheen, the dress has been previously worn by the stylish royal during a trip to Ireland in 2020.
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Well, if you don't have a spare £1600 and some, why not try this incredible dupe from Warehouse? The 'Sparkle Stripe Velvet Puff Sleeve Tier Midi' costs just £77, comes in black or red and has so many features the designer number has, from puff sleeves, to ruffles and of course, that sparkly fabric. Currently, all sizes are available, so If you want that glam Kate look, why not treat yourself?
Kate wore a The Vampire's Wife dress in 2020
She liked the dress so much, that she even wore it in a stunning portrait that went on display at the University of Cambridge's Fitzwilliam Museum earlier this year.
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In the painting, the mother-of-three wore a stunning pair of emerald appliqué satin pumps called 'Hangisi 105 Green Satin Pumps' by Manolo Blahnik that perfectly matched the frock.
Get the look:
Sparkle Stripe Velvet Puff Sleeve Tier Midi, £77, Warehouse
In March, on the third day of the Caribbean Tour, the wife of Prince William went to a reception at the Maya ruins of Cahal Pech and wore one of her most dazzling getups ever, also by The Vampire's Wife.
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Duchess Kate wore a red The Vampire's Wife dress earlier this year
Kate chose what can only be described as a show-stopping gown; a floor-length, maxi dress was made in a majorly sparkly, iridescent silk-chiffon. We love the eye-catching ruffle trim and metallic finish; it totally stood out from the crowd.
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