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Princess Eugenie Proves a Floral Dress Works at Royal Ascot and the UN

The Erdem design was somehow perfectly fitting for both occasions.
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Royals aren't exactly known for their relatability, but if there's one thing we can identify with, it's their penchant for re-wearing a great outfit. While hosting a meeting at the United Nations headquarters in New York today, Princess Eugenie stepped out in the same dress she wore on the third day of Royal Ascot, which took place in June. The high-neck, white floral frock was designed by Erdem, a favorite of many fashionable royals.

Of course, Eugenie isn't the only member of the monarchy that's pulled a repeat—the Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne, and Duchess Kate have all done it too.


Princess Eugenie wearing the outfit on the third day of Royal Ascot.


Princess Eugenie wearing the dress for the second time alongside Princess Beatrice.

Princess Eugenie looked stunning alongside her sister, Princess Beatrice, while speaking at the UN headquarters about ending modern-day slavery across the world. This topic of discussion has long been a passion of Eugenie's. Back in April, she announced the Anti-Slavery Collective, an initiative aimed at abolishing slavery, and is now the Director of the movement.

As Harper's Bazaar pointed out, the young royal opted to forego the Sally-Ann Provansaucer-shaped hat she originally wore with the outfit, which was likely a reflection of the day's important discussion. Festive hat or not, Eugenie did choose to wear the same black heels to complete her look. 

The chic royal has become synonymous with sophisticated fashion, and as we gear up for her October wedding, we're anxious to see what she'll wear as she walks down the aisle.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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