Kate Middleton vuelve a la moda barata

Kate Middleton returns to cheap fashion

Kate Middleton returns to cheap fashion

Trend alarm

wantedon 08/21/2013 | 10:54

Kate Middleton has done it again: in the first images of the Happy Royal Family, the beautiful new mom wore an inexpensive maternity dress and thus once again shows herself closer to the people.

Kate Middleton sets trends

Being a princess once in a lifetime, or at least dressing like one, is apparently a fairly common dream among women. Kate Middleton makes it possible again! For the first family photos her father Michael Middleton took, Neumami decided once again not to wear an expensive designer dress. Kate Middleton wore a fuchsia maternity dress from the brand “Séraphine Maternity” – it costs about 59 euros! As “In Touch” reports, the British label advertises on its home page the image of Kate Middleton for the knee-length dress, which is gathered at the neckline. The descriptive text promises: “With its summery bright fuchsia hue and loose empire line, the knotted front dress is made to play with the silhouette before and after pregnancy.” Kate Middleton at least looked fabulous in the cheap dress – and that’s what your subjects obviously want too!

Kate Middleton caused hype

Kate’s trend dress

What you wear becomes a trend! Even the delicate blue polka dot Jenny Peckham dress that Kate Middleton wore out of the hospital became a best-seller. The fuchsia maternity dress also sold out completely in just two hoursreports the “NY Daily News.” Overall, it has a very positive effect on sales that Kate Middleton is one of the label’s clients. Cecile Reinaud, who founded “Séraphine Maternity”, is pleased in an interview with the British magazine “Hello” about the so-called “Kate effect“. “The Kate effect is great and we can expect a 400% increase in sales since it became public that Kate purchased Seraphine dresses in April 2013.”

Don’t we all want to be princesses? This is the only way to explain why the clothes Kate Middleton wears always sell out within a few hours. The labels will be happy …Image Sources: Paul Grover – WPA Pool / Getty Images; Michael Middleton for Gettyimages