Kate Middleton has had a good stylish streak given the fashionable ensembles that she wore for various official engagements including the Queen’s birthday celebration. The Duchess of Cambridge has also recycled one of her dresses when she and Prince William recently attended a garden party.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were the guests of honor during the annual garden party hosted by the Secretary of State Theresa Villiers in Northern Ireland that was held on Tuesday, June 14 at the Hillsborough Castle grounds. For the event, Kate wore a cream brocade coat dress from DAY Birger et Mikkelsen, Hello magazine reported. To complete the look, the royal mother-of-two also wore a cream colored Lock Hatters fascinator that featured a rose design.

The Duchess also kept her hair up in a classic chignon hairstyle and wore jewelry pieces to accessorize her look, including a gold Irish Guards brooch pinned on her dress’ left lapel. To complete her garden party fashion ensemble, Kate wore nude colored heels from LK Bennett, as well as a small clutch bag.

Prince William and wife Kate formed part of the almost 2,500 guests that attended the annual garden party. The royal couple arrived at the said event around 4 p.m. amid a warm welcome of cheers from other party attendees, as stated in the same report.

The Duchess of Cambridge also planted a tree during the said event that marked the beginning of the Secretary of State’s garden party, according to Kensington Palace’s Twitter post. A photo of Kate holding a shovel was also uploaded in the said social media site, while Prince William and other distinguished guests stood on the side. Kensington Palace captioned the photo, “Hillsborough Castle looking beautiful as TRH (The Royal Highness) plant a tree to mark the start of the Sec of State Garden Party.”

Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess’ recent trip to Northern Ireland served as the royal couple’s first visit since their wedding. Prince William and Kate previously visited Belfast in March 2011, a month prior their royal wedding.