Where did you get your style, Carrie Symonds? The Downing Street dress from First Girlfriend is sold out … and it's no wonder, because her outfits are just like those of Kate Middleton
- Carrie Symonds £ 120 Ghost tea clothing was sold out within hours of wearing
- She and the Duchess of Cambridge share a love of print and quirky accessories
- Both fashionista & # 39; s are even attached in puffed jackets in block colors
For more than 15 years, the "Kate effect" has seen the Duchess of Cambridge sell out everything worn out.
But it seems that the 37-year-old has a rival for her fashion crown.
Carrie Symonds, called the British "First Girlfriend", seems to have taken over Kate & # 39; s characteristic middle class chic – and as a result her outfits are also flying off the shelves.
Carrie & # 39; s £ 120 Ghost tea dress, worn to see boyfriend Boris Johnson number 10, was sold out within hours of being photographed on Wednesday.
The 31-year-old also shares Kate & # 39; s love for a print and quirky accessories – she is often seen in a bandana or with a colorful clutch.
The pair even seems to share the same playfulness – both are broken into popped jackets and revealing hot pants.
Beautiful in (warm) pink: Carrie’s £ 120 ghost tea dress, worn to see boyfriend Boris Johnson number 10 coming in, sold out within hours of being photographed on Wednesday. Kate Middleton wore a similar dress as a polyday for charity earlier this month
Checked mate: the 31-year-old also shares Kate & # 39; s love for a print and quirky accessories. Both have made their love for checked prints very clear. Kate is pictured during a visit to New Zealand in 2014
Keeping a cool head: Carrie Symonds, the British "First Girlfriend", seems to have taken over Kate & # 39; s characteristic middle class chic. Kate is pictured at a church service in Sandringham with a headband similar to Carrie
Monochrome magic: both Carrie and Kate have had a love affair with everything that is monochrome. And both have opted for similar polka dot-like patterns
Never afraid to be dared, both British fashion queens love to surrender to a brightly colored dress with vibrant patterns. Carrie opted for a more playful leopard print while Kate remained subdued with subtle flowers
Not so small black dress: the fashionista & # 39; s have their own view on the main component LBD for women and have opted for longer versions. Kate is pictured at Kensington Palace in 2017
Red women: none of the fashionable ladies is afraid to paint the city red with their clothing choices. Kate is portrayed as a visit to a mental health charity in 2016
Puffers with pizzazz: the couple even seem to share the same playfulness – both are broken up in puff-colored puffed jackets and revealing hot pants
Anyone for a cocktail? Neither of the ladies shy away from a night in the city and both are prepared for the occasion with modest dresses
Shorts and love: Carrie and Kate both opted for a nice look of shorts and a light top in their younger years
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