Kate Middleton’s Royal Variety dress: get the Duchess’ look on ASOS for only £98

Last night Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, attended the annual Royal Variety Performance alongside an array of famous faces including Robbie Williams.

As usual Kate managed to steal the show, wearing a stunning floor-length gown by designer Alexander McQueen which featured a sheer net and lace material of intricate patterns atop of a nude under-layer.

The beautiful bodice of the dress was finished with a velvet sash and a sweetheart neckline. Prince William’s wife completed the look with a trademark glossy blowout and and gold hoop earrings with a hanging tear drop pearl.

However, although Kate’s outfit was fit for queen, you don’t need a royal sized bank account to recreate it. Online clothing giant, Asos are selling a very similar dress for only £98.00. The stunning gown is designed by brand Frock & Frill and is currently in the sale, marked down from £165.00.

To complete the Kate look you would just need to accessorise with some plain black heels and a matching clutch bag, items that won’t be too hard to find. As for make-up, keep it sultry yet sweet with a smokey eye and pink nude lip, then grab your prince or princess and you are good to go!

Alexander McQueen is one of the Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite designers, so much so that she wore a gown designed by their creative director, Sarah Burton, on her wedding day back in 2011.

The stunning gown, with an ivory lace bodice, was reminiscent of film star Grace Kelly’s 1956 dress that she wore when she married Prince Albert on Monaco. It has been inspiring brides-to-be the world over ever since.

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That breath-taking dress was somewhat controversial at the time because of the apparent lofty price tag, a staggering £250,000. However, what should we expect from a gown that has been made specially for a royal wedding?

In a way we would be disappointed if it didn’t cost more than a house. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding was a proper fairytail affair, after all.

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