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Kate Middleton Stunned in Light Pink Zebra Dress (But We'll Be Buying Her Chic Espadrille Wedges)

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Prince William and Kate Middleton recently wrapped up their tour of the Caribbean, where the Duchess of Cambridge consistently wowed us with her outfits. From her sparkly green Jenny Packham gown to her bright yellow Roksanda dress, the duchess pulled out all the stops when it came to her fashion.

However, we can't stop thinking about the ensemble that Middleton wore on her and Prince William's final day in the Bahamas. To close out their trip, Middleton sported a light pink, zebra print dress from Rixo. The bubblegum-colored shirtdress featured a button-up bodice, puffy sleeves and a pleated skirt. (But sadly, it is sold out in all sizes on the brand's site.)

Still, there was another piece to Middleton's outfit that we were equally obsessed with: her tan espadrille wedges.

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Thanks to the Kate Middleton Style Blog, we learned that the duchess was wearing a pair of Carina 80mm wedge espadrilles from Castañer (which you can get here for $164). The tan wedges were composed of leather and braided raffia, and they featured ankle ties with small clovers at the end of the straps.

In a close-up shot courtesy of Getty Images, we can see the duchess sporting these stylish shoes as she walks around Abaco.

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These aren't the only duchess-approved shoes that we'll be picking up. Just last week, Middleton's go-to Superga sneakers (which were also a fave of Princess Diana's) went on sale for 25 percent off on Amazon. The Superga Cotus (depending on which color and size you choose), were going for as little as $49.

We definitely think it's time to refresh our footwear collection for the spring. Thanks for the inspiration, Kate.

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