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Kate Middleton's fuchsia dress in royal portrait sells out
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Aug '13
courtesy: today.com/Michael Middleton/PA
courtesy: today.com/Michael Middleton/PA
That she is the most blindly copied fashion icon of current times is not unknown to anyone—the royal fashionista Kate Middleton has once again proved her immense fan following when the fuchsia coloured dress, which she wore in the first official family photograph holding the newly-born Prince George, sold out within two hours. 
 
Created by the famous UK-based brand Seraphine Maternity, the short sleeved Jolene frock, which has again gone into reproduction to meet the humongous demand, features a flattering knot front and a deep V-neckline.
 
The Duchess of Cambridge had earlier worn a different version of the same dress in blossom print and a Renata polka dot frock as well as a white Colette long skirt from the London maternity clothing label.
 
With self-owned boutiques in West London, Seraphine sells a variety of maternity swimwear, nursing, jeans, sweaters and other forms of apparel through various stores in the United States.
 

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