Who doesn’t remember Kate Middleton’s engagement dress? Issa, navy, wrap — the one we’ve seen about a billion times that people still insist on talking about? Yes, that one.

Well, good news for fans of K-Middy’s princess style (which is a lot of people) the Issa dress is back on the market.

When Prince William and Kate Middleton got engaged back in 2010, and the pictures of them in pre-marital bliss in front of a fireplace were printed around the world, the $535 sexily-named Phylis Wrap Dress sold out.

Now, former Issa creative director Daniella Helayel is launching a capsule collection with Monsoon — one of which is pretty much the Phylis.

The Gisele dress is only £99 and, if Kate’s history of wearing high street is anything to go by, we predict a sell-out.

(Issa Phylis Dress, left, and Monsoon Gisele Dress, right)

Described by Monsoon as: ‘A timelessly chic addition to your style repertoire, the Gisele belted dress is crafted with a flattering v-shaped neckline and cross-over ties that accentuate the narrowest part of your silhouette. Full-length sleeves create an elegant finish.’

It’s very Middleton-circa-2012-friendly, with lot of printed cinched-in midi and maxi styles — one particularly similar to the Whistles one she wore to the Olympics closing ceremony.

Kate’s wardrobe switch up has been well (read: overly) documented in the past year — from that Alexander McQueen printed dress at Wimbleton to that slinky back Jenny Packham, she appears to be branching away from the wrap dress aesthetic.

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It’s being well received, if the recent survey crowning her best-dressed celebrity is anything to go by. The Duchess Of Cambridge has been crowned (again) best-dressed woman, beating Alexa Chung and her fashiony crowd, the Kardashian-Jenner Instagram crew and classics Kate Moss and Sienna Miller.

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Well, can any of them sell out a navy wrap dress? Didn’t think so.