The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made an unannounced appearance the evening after Prince Charles’ 70th birthday for a visit to the BBC to talk about cyberbullying in honor of anti-bullying week.
Kate opted to recycle a beloved Emilia Wickstead dress called the Alice. The double wool crepe knee-length design features a square neckline, pleated skirt and inset waistband. Kate first debuted the style for a Windsor Castle luncheon in 2012 and loved the style so much that she wore it again only 11 days later for a tea party at Buckingham Palace.
The pale pink shade may be a favorite of the Duchess of Cambridge but she’s equally enamored with the dress in a teal-blue shade and has worn the garment for Palm Sunday Service in New Zealand as well to an Action on Addiction engagement in 2015.
For the visit to the BBC, Kate added her Gianvito Rossi black suede heels and the duchess accessorized with her Asprey Oak Leaf Small Earrings that she first wore to Wimbledon this summer. And the duchess completed the look with a silver watch–possibly her Cartier Bleu wristwatch.
Kate wore black Gianvito Rossi 105 heels in black.
For jewelry, Kate oped for her Asprey Oak small leaf hoop earrings.