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Posted at 12:25 PM ET, 02/ 8/2011

Want to dress like Kate? Head to Georgetown.

By Autumn Brewington

A Reiss employee poses with a dress similar to the one worn by Kate Middleton in her official engagement photos with Prince William, at a store in central London. (Getty)

The British retailer Reiss (1254 Wisconsin Ave. NW) has just stocked up on the "Nannette," the zip-front cream-colored dress made famous by royal bride-to-be Kate Middleton. The dress ($310) was from a previous season, but Reiss rereleased it online last month to capitalize on the demand that surged after Kate wore it in a photo officially marking her engagement to Prince William. The store has the Nannette in sizes 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8.

The dress is sold out online, but Reiss is periodically restocking. Click here for availability.

And if you just want to check out what the fuss is about, here's video of it being modeled on "Today" last week:

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By Autumn Brewington  | February 8, 2011; 12:25 PM ET
Categories:  Fashion, Kate Middleton  | Tags:  Autumn Brewington  
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Comments

Why would you buy a dress that everyone else is also buying. I love the fashion sheep. They never fail to amuse.

Posted by: mjwies11 | February 9, 2011 12:25 PM | Report abuse

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