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The latest British brand to release its Black Friday 2019 sale is royal-approved label, L.K.Bennett.
Over the years the Duchess of Cambridge has become known for championing the label, having been photographed in the brand over 40 times since becoming a member of the Royal Family in 2011.
From a bottle green two-set for her first solo outing with the Queen in 2012, to an array of clutch bags and heels that have become a key component in the 37-year-old’s royal wardrobe, there’s no denying it’s one of her go-to fashion brands.
Although the retailer is a lot more affordable than high end designer, at around £400 for a dress or £200 for a pair of court shoes, it’s not exactly an everyday purchase.
So, if you’ve been wanting to get your hands on one of the Duchess of Cambridge’s stylish dresses or timeless heels, now’s your chance.
Here are three stylish items from Kate’s wardrobe you can still buy:
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Kate most recently wore this autumnal L.K.Bennett dress as the royal couple welcomed the finalists of the Radio 1 Teen Awards to Kensington Palace.
The stylish midi dress is low in stock, so if you want to get 25% off the original £395 retail price you better hurry.
L.K.Bennett’s nude heels are a staple in the mum-of-three’s wardrobe.
Although a number of Kate’s favourite shoes have now been discontinued, you can still buy her Fern pumps, which she frequently wore between 2016 and 2017.
Kate is a big fan of L.K.Bennett clutch bags and owns a number of the brand’s box clutch bags.
One of the duchess’s most timeless designs is the Nina Box in ‘Trench’, which is the same shade as the court shoes.