By Olivia Bahou / InStyle.com
June 21, 2017
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Kate Middleton is making repeating outfits look so in style. The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out on Tuesday for the Royal Ascot in a look that is very similar to the white lace dress she wore to the same event last year.

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The Duchess stepped out alongside her husband, Prince William, for the first day of the event at the Ascot Racecourse in a white, all-lace Alexander McQueen dress with a high neckline, long sleeves, and a pleated skirt (shop a shorter version here). She paired the gorgeous frock with a matching fascinator, pearl drop earrings, and her classic nude pointy-toe pumps.

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Queen Elizabeth II was also in attendance for the event on Tuesday, looking vibrant in a monochrome green coat and hat.

Just one year earlier, Middleton stepped out for the same event in a white lace Dolce & Gabbana number with long sleeves and a slightly longer, midi-length skirt. The dress didn’t have a high neckline or a band at the waist, but the resemblance can’t be denied.

But last year’s Ascot dress isn’t the only frock her Alexander McQueen number resembles: In fact, Middleton wore the same designer at her wedding in 2011, choosing another long-sleeve number with all-over lace for her ceremony.

Three similar dresses for three winning looks.

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