Rewearing garments is becoming a more popular way to dress for public engagements for celebrities. Whether conscious or not, it makes a statement about sustainability.
For example, Joaquin Phoenix wore the same suit during the awards season this year, to raise awareness about sustainable dressing. Now, more and more celebs are doing so.
However, Kate Middleton has been rewearing clothes to public engagements for many years.
And it seems that Sophie Countess of Wessex is also following the trend.
Sophie has been seen rewearing garments often during her royal career.
She has worn the dress for the Order of the Garter service back in 2015, and then to the Trooping the Colour in 2019.
It’s something the Countess of Wessex may have picked up from Kate Middleton.
The Duchess of Cambridge is well known for repeating her wardrobe. It is one of the habits that earned her the name of “Thrifty Kate”., along with shopping on the high street.
She has a number of Catherine Walker coats, which have been worn on many occasions.
For example she wore the same red double-breasted Catherine Walker coat dress to arrive in New Zealand 2014.
This is not the only change to Sophie Countess of Wessex’s style since Kate Middleton joined the Royal Family.
Kate Stacey buyer at Pure Collection told Express.co.uk: “The Countess of Wessex has undergone nothing short of a style transformation in recent years.
“Moving away from pastel hues and unflattering lengths, she has turned to chic, simple dressing.”
Sophie may have taken tips from Kate and copied some of her tailored looks.
Kate added: “Perhaps taking her inspiration from The Duchess of Cambridge, she has embraced flattering silhouettes given by structured coats and figure-hugging long dresses, expertly matching these looks with colour coordinated heels.”