The Duchess of Cambridge Has This Party Dress In Two Colours
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We've always been firm believers in making the most of a good thing. This editor personally lives by the mantra that buying two colour-ways of something you know get endless amounts of wear out is a genius, and entirely worthwhile, shopping process. Hence our interest in the Duchess Of Cambridge's two very recent turns in the same Preen by Thornton Bregazzi dress—once in black, once in red, both times accessorised with a smattering of the crown jewels via two different brooches. Should you fancy investing in this ultra-flattering, perfectly-cut party dress yourself, you're in luck: The Finella Satin Midi Dress (£1000) is still available.
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