It was another royal rewear moment for the Princess of Wales, as Princess Catherine opened The Young V&A Museum on June 28. The princess was not only pretty in pink, but she was actually rocking a dress that is princess approved.
Princess Catherine rewore a Beulah London Ahana dress in a shade of pastel pink that she originally wore in 2021 to Wimbledon. The beautiful fit and flare number features a cinched waist with a matching belt, a full skirt and a higher neckline with button detail up the front. What really sets this dress up for being a fashion statement has to be the pale pink shade of the dress, which is perfect for channeling a bit of Barbiecore meets Balletcore magic.
Princess Catherine wears a pink Beulah London dress for the second time that has proven to be a royal favorite
But what exactly makes this a princess approved dressed? According to People Magazine, it is not just the Princess of Wales who has been seen out and about in this Beulah London dress. Two other princesses have also been seen in this same dress, although in some cases it has been different colors of this same style.
Not only was Crown Princess Mary of Denmark seen in a beige version of the Ahana dress in June of 2020, but even Princess Beatrice has worn this style of dress. At one point, both Princess Beatrice and Sophie Windsor attended an event for Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Ahana dress in different, jewel tone colors. It was further proof that this is definitely a royally approved style from Beulah London.
Honestly, we not only love to see Princess Catherine once again rewearing a classic dress, but we love the fact that it is a style that other royal women have also shown love to. And by rewearing this dress, it looks like the princess is showing us another trend for summer, recycling our looks!