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When Lady Amelia Windsor stepped out for the third royal wedding of the year in a frilly daisy-emblazoned frock, we weren’t the only ones to frantically google where we could bag one.It turns out, the fabulous spring number is by Turkish fashion extraordinaire Gül Hürgel and is remarkably (everyone, breath a sigh of relief) still in stock.After bloggers far and wide made a beeline for the Buckingham Palace-approved look, it got us thinking - where else can we shop wedding guest attire that the regal cool girl would want to borrow?From the Self-Portrait dress at the top of our shopping list to a high street jumpsuit sure to steal the big day, the hunt for wedding guest attire is well and truly over.
With the royal wedding fast approaching, the Duchess of Cambridge might be starting to think about what she’s going to wear to her brother-in-law‘s nuptials. After she’s given birth, of course. One thing at a time.The Duchess has attended a fair few weddings in her years – and has been photographed at most since she was first dropped in the spotlight as the girlfriend of Prince William until most recently at the wedding of her sister Pippa in 2017. The result? Plenty of experience in wedding guest dressing.The Duchess tends to rely on her favourite brands (Jenny Packham, Alexander McQueen and Day Birger et Mikkelsen) but has been known to rock a high-street look in the past.Here, we chart every one of the Duchess’s wedding looks to date.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Iconic royal weddings from around the worldQuiz: How well do you know Prince Harry?Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding: The date, details and latest news