Calling all copy-Kates! Rebecca Taylor has re-released the navy blue suit that Kate Middleton wore last week!
The Duke and Duchess (who celebrated their royal anniversary on Sunday!) arrived at a swanky reception at Goldsmiths' Hall in London to honour the Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race to the South Pole on Thursday and Kate looked tres smart in a matching jacket and pencil skirt. Both pieces came from Rebecca Taylor's pre-fall 2012 collection but Grazia Daily excitedly reported that the jacket Kate with floral accents on the neckline, a frayed trim and hook-and-eye front was available to buy from Neiman Marcus. You guys were super speedy because within just 30 minutes, the item was listed as 'out of stock'. Hardly surprising, you might say, considering the all-powerful 'Kate Effect' but what we didn't expect was today's thrilling announcement.
Yep, hoorays and hurrahs echoed through Grazia HQ as news reached us that the New Zealand-born, New York-based designer has responded to demand by re-releasing both the tweed jacket AND the pencil skirt! They're waiting to be snapped up from the website www.rebeccataylor.com and while the jacket retails at £350, the skirt is available for £250.
Also exciting: this almost-identical tweed shift is up for grabs too for those frock fans amongst us. As the Rebecca Taylor site states, 'this tailored tweed dress gets a sophisticated update with deconstructed eyelash trim and rosette buttons. Fitted for an ultra flattering, polished look!'
So quick, people, quiiiick! Something tells us these babies won't be around for long...