Vice President Kamala Harris' niece Meena has become the latest star to step out in an emerald green dress from cult label The Vampire's Wife, after Kate Middleton and Princess Beatrice wore the gown.
The mother-of-two and lawyer, 36, shared a mirror selfie on her Instagram stories as she wore the £1595 metallic midi dress ahead of the Celebrating America event on Wednesday.
Meena appeared to have looked across the pond for her fashion inspiration because her ensemble was almost identical to a green dress from the same designer that Kate Middleton, 39, and Princess Beatrice, 31, have previously been snapped in.
Celebrity stylist Rochelle White told FEMAIL the gown had become an instant classic for celebrities and royals alike, explaining: 'I think that the dress has been a go too for celebs because it is easy to wear, but has maximum impact.
Vice President Kamala Harris' niece Meena has become the latest star to step out in an emerald green gown from cult label The Vampire's Wife, after Kate Middleton and Princess Beatrice wore the gown
Celebrity stylist Rochelle White told FEMAIL the gown had become an instant classic for celebrities and royals alike (pictured left, Kate Middleton in the gown, and right, Princess Beatrice at Ellie Goulding's wedding)
'It has a disruptive look and quality to the design of it.'
She continued to say that many were adopting the dress because of its versatility, saying: 'It is suitable for many events and everyday wear and can be worn for different seasons.'
Meanwhile the stylist explained that the styling could alter the formality of the dress, revealing: 'Depending on the style, colour and texture, it could be seen as demure, outrageous, seductive and heading turning, with each dress being a unique statement.
'Because of it's design it has such universal appeal which is classic, trendy and chic.'
Holly Willoughby is amoung the stars who have snapped up a version of the versatile gown, with the This Morning presenter donning the dress in red
Meena's dress appears to be the same £1,595 emerald gown that the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out when she joined Prince William for an evening reception at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin last year.
Both dresses are crafted in a stunning lame material, a cinched in waist and frilly cuffs.
In December, Holly Willoughby stepped out in a bright red version of The Falconetti as she presented This Morning in December.
Meanwhile Princess Beatrice wore a £1,695 'The Veneration' tiered silk-blend lamé dress by The Vampire's Wife to Ellie Goulding's nuptials at York Minster Cathedral in 2019.
While Kate, Holly and Meena's 'The Falconetti' dress boasts one tier of frills at the bottom, Beatrice's dress had double ruffles
While Kate, Holly and Meena's 'The Falconetti' dress boasts one tier of frills at the bottom, Beatrice's dress had double ruffles.
The Vice President's niece complemented her emerald gown with pointed black high heeled shoes and a navy blue starry mask for the inauguration event.
Meanwhile Kate paired the frock with a pair of £525 Manolo Blahnik heels, a £245 Wilbur and Gussie Charlie Gold Glitter Classic Clutch and £6 gold drop earrings by H&M.
Beatrice paired her dress with a black Justine Bradley-Hill 'Athena' headband, a green Sienna Jones bag, a Cartier 'Juste un Clou' bracelet, a Stella & Dot Chantilly lace cuff and black shoes from Reiss.
The brand, beloved by royals, has developed a cult following, with celebrity fans including Alexa Chung, Sienna Miller, Cate Blanchett and Keira Knightley.
It's famed for pretty prairie dresses infused with a dose of gothic glam, which are frequently spotted on red carpets.