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If Kate Middleton's kelly green Erdem coat was a few days early for St. Patrick's Day, than her most recent look is way early for Easter. The suit, made of a checkered pastel top and matching skirt, resembles something Jackie O. might wear to Easter mass, which is a nice touch, considering the Kennedys may have been the closest thing America had to a royal family.
The ensemble isn't vintage despite how it looks. It's by Eponine, a tiny new fashion house based in London. According to its website, however, the "bespoke womenswear brand" is "inspired by the elegant lines of the '50s and the unexpected styles of the '60s."
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Though they aren't available to shop on the company's website, a representative tells us that both the top (£1200, or $1727) and skirt (£600, or $863) are in stock, and are available to order by contacting the brand directly. Here's what it looks like when not worn by a princess:
All that's missing are circle shades and a pillbox hat.
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