Here's How Kate Middleton’s Green Beulah Frock Is Moving the Charitable Needle

Kate Middleton eschewed her go-to designers today (Alexander McQueen! Temperley London! Emilia Wickstead!) and wore a dress from a fashion house that really packs a punch.   

During her visit to the FamilyLine charity, the 36-year-old Duchess of Cambridge donned an olive-green “Yahvi” midi dress ($770) from British designer Beulah. Not only did the frock feature delicate buttons, flute cuffs and puffed shoulders, but it’s also making a worthwhile impact against human trafficking.

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How? Ten percent of the profits from Beulah’s products go toward ending modern-day slavery and providing jobs and education to victims of human trafficking.

Between her dress and visit to the family-focused charity, it appears the duchess is taking her philanthropic efforts to new heights.

There’s nothing like meaningful multitasking, amirite? 


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