Kate Middleton, 39, joined the Royal Family when she married Prince William in 2011. Since then, she has become a working member of the family and will regularly attend events with William as well as on her own. As well as recycling many of her outfits, the Duchess has changed her style throughout her years as a royal.
The expert explained: “Kate’s style has undoubtedly evolved over the years , she consistently chooses looks that feature bright colours, floral patterns and form-fitting silhouettes.
“We love that over the years we’ve seen Kate unafraid to re-wear clothing, recycling her outfits is proof and testament of her timeless taste in clothing over the years.”
Lalla previously explained that the royal’s fashion choices have a huge impact, proving she has a key role when it comes to being involved with sustainable fashion.
The expert added: “Kate recycles items from her closet, using styling tricks and re-wearing the pieces in her wardrobe, breathing new life into old favourites.
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“In doing this the message that Kate is sending to the public is the importance of recycling and by re-wearing her outfits says it’s important to buy less to reduce the production of new garments and doing this it protects the planet.
“I’m a big fan of recycling clothing and re-wearing outfits, which is why I started my brand LALLAXRR: A contemporary, eco-friendly UNISEX brand with a focus on the recycling and up-cycling of vintage and charity shop pieces.
“We create one-off, on trend garments and reduce the need for clothing production whilst maintaining a high fashion edge, our garments are made to last and are kind to the planet.”
As well as recycling expensive pieces from her wardrobe, Kate has also been seen to rewear items from the likes of Marks and Spencer and Zara.
Kate and William’s daughter, Princess Charlotte, has also been seen rewearing clothing on numerous occasions.
This can be seen in the Prince of Wales’ 70th birthday photo where Charlotte is wearing a ditsy blue print dress with a white Peter Pan collar which she previously wore for the Trooping the Colour in 2019.
Lalla explained that Kate’s choices show she is preparing for her future role within the Royal Family.
She said: “With Kate choosing more fashion-forward looks and becoming more experimental with her outfits, shows Kate’s good style has evolved over the years showing a clear picture of how she’s preparing to dress for her future role as Queen and the proof is in her wardrobe.”
Where can royal fans find outfits just like Kate’s?
Lalla went on: “Fans can find outfits just like Kate by shopping at the same high street stores that Kate has, such as Zara and Marks & Spencer.
“These all have on trend fashion forward styles that Kate has worn.”
One of Kate’s most popular fashion pieces was her Marks and Spencer pink suit which she has worn three times.
The double-breasted blazer and matching slim cropped trouser was selling on the high-street retailers site for £158.
Kate first stunned in the matching suit jacket and pink trousers back in the midst of the pandemic in March as she visited health workers in Croydon.