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Fashion tips: Get the Kate Middleton look this summer
Kate Middleton’s status as a style icon was confirmed on her recent tour Down Under, with sales of the clothes she wore flying off the shelves.
Vibe’s fashion blogger Indra Wignall guides you on how to get the chic Royal look.
Floral and green dresses were popular, but it was the yellow dress has really caught our eye.
Despite William saying she would look like a banana, eBay reported sales of yellow dresses short up by 95% after Kate was photographed in her, now iconic, Roksanda Ilincic dress.
This trend is perfect for Summer and there's something out there for everyone. From maxi to mini, day to evening, yellow dresses are everywhere.
BooHoo.com has the perfect relaxed maxi dress for those warm evenings sipping cocktails in the beer garden.
The Alice Racer Back Dress made from stretch jersey material, but the elasticated waistband creates more shape, perfect for those of us that don't have washboard abs. This dress is available from boohoo.com in a variety of colours for £15.
The Ted Baker's Sunflower Panel Dress is an excellent option for a more formal daytime look. The capped sleeves, V-shaped neckline and flared waist all come together to offer an incredibly flattering fit on a dress that would see you through a wedding and into the evening without a change. This dress is available from John Lewis for £159.
Yellow dresses aren't just for the daytime though and this number from Alice + Olivia is sure to put a sparkle into any night out. A simple, clean shape covered in yellow sequins this dress only needs some heels and a plain bag to complement it. Available for £445 from Harvey Nichols.
And finally why not add a splash if summer to your work wardrobe with this short sleeved shirt dress from &otherstories. Smart doesn't always have to mean black or grey, so team this dress with some work heels and simple jewellery. Available online and in &otherstories stores for £65.
Read more of Indra’s insights at aliceinbeautyland.co.uk
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