Kate Middleton’s White Reiss Dress Can Be Yours

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The white dress Kate Middleton made famous by wearing in her engagement photos with Prince William can be yours starting today. Reiss, the label that created the “Nannette” dress for its collection last year, is reissuing the piece and including it in its spring 2011 lineup for $325. “We have received a tremendous response both in calls and online, and the Nannette will be available online this week,” David Reiss, founder and managing director of Reiss, told InStyle exclusively. “[We] have been inundated with requests.” The company created a Love the Nannette Dress Web page so those interested can register to be alerted when it becomes available online today. For those who would rather see it in person, the dress hits stores February 7th.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton's Engagement Photos: What They Wore

[tiImage width=”623″ height=”400″ url=”http://img2.timeinc.net/instyle/images/2010/wrn/121310-kate-william-623.jpg” credit=”Mario Testino” align=”center” border=”1″ alt=”Kate Middleton and Prince William Engagement Portraits”]Prince William and Kate Middleton just released two official engagement portraits—one formal and one casual—shot by fashion photographer Mario Testino, and Middleton chose clothes straight off the racks of British stores for each of her outfits. For the formal portrait, the princess-to-be wore a cream dress with a draped collar by Reiss, a London-based label that launched in 1971, (the “Nanette” dress will be reissued in Reiss stores worldwide in January), and earrings by Links of London. The Prince wore a suit by British label Turnbull and Asser. For the more casual shot, Middleton wore an ivory blouse by British retailer Whistles; William wore a Turnbull and Asser shirt and a V-neck sweater by Italian brand Bruno Cucinelli (which Testino lent the Prince himself, the Telegraph reports). Middleton stayed true to her elegant, classic style, keeping her choice of colors, makeup and accessories minimal, so that the only item that truly stood out was her sapphire and diamond engagement ring, of course.

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