Despite the riches often associated with royals, Kate Middleton has never been afraid to be thrifty with her fashion choices.
And as the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out at the Action on Addiction's gala dinner for the UK's Addiction Awareness Week, she was once again recycling one of her past outfits – and looked more stunning than ever.
Kate effused effortless beauty in the white off-the-shoulder Barbara Casasola design, an ensemble she first dazzled fans with back in 2016.
Never one to miss a style step, Kate teamed the dress with a sparkly silver pair of Jimmy Choo pumps and matching silver clutch. Gorgeous!
Two years earlier, Kate looked almost identical in the same attire when she presented the Art Fund Museum of the Year Award at the Natural History Museum – and has barely aged a day since.
The only clue the photos weren't in fact taken on the same day was her choice of accessories.
In 2016, she opted for pale pink Schutz heels and a cream-hued clutch.
It's not the first time Kate has been spotted rewearing some of her favourites from her no-doubt massive wardrobe selection.
As recently as last weekend at Trooping the Colour, the royal beauty had fans enthralled when she donned a floral Philip Treacy hat.
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The headpiece looked familiar to onlookers for good reason – Kate wore the same hat to Meghan Markle's wedding to Prince Harry last May.
At Trooping The Colour, Kate teamed the hat with a pale yellow Alexander McQueen frock and looked as flawless as ever.