Is there anything that Kate Middleton can’t pull off? Between cobalt-blue dresses with matching hats and skinny jeans with rugged boots, the Duchess of Cambridge has more than proven that, when it comes to style, there’s no limit to the things she can make look good. Her most recent look is no exception.
For Prince Philip’s memorial service at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday, Middleton epitomized glamour in a black-and-white dress covered in delicate polka dots, a print that moves in and out of fashion about as much as every animal print does. Prior to the royal sighting, we’d been leaning more toward out than in for the dotted pattern. After it, we’re convinced the debated print is en route for another comeback.
Like with most of the duchess’s sartorial musings, her dress—a mock-neck, drop-waist style by Alessandra Rich—is already sold out. Luckily, as if both had predicted Middleton wearing the print, Mango and Zara recently stocked up on pieces bearing its dotted pattern.
Ahead, shop the forthcoming polka-dot trend for spring from Zara, Mango, and more.