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On a royal tour this past October, the Duchess of Sussex stepped out in a lovely linen dress and the sunny style is finally back in stock!

The duchess appeared to cradle her baby bump during the outing. AP

Early in her pregnancy, the former Meghan Markle appeared to be cradling her baby bump in a striped dress as she strolled with Prince Harry along Kingfisher Bay Jetty on Australia’s Fraser Island.

The duchess wore Reformation's ‘Pineapple’ sundress with a side slit and a detached belt. She paired the ankle-length dress with strappy, flat sandals, Karen Walker sunglasses and her signature, loose bun.

It was definitely a more casual look for the duchess, who favored pieces with more structured tailoring throughout the Australian tour.

When she first wore the dress, it sold out immediately — but it's been restocked just in time for spring.

Reformation Pineapple Dress, $218, Nordstrom

The striped linen dress is available in only a few sizes at Nordstrom, so if you're looking to get your hands on the original design you might want to hurry.

Reformation Spring 2019 Pineapple Dress, $218, Reformation

Reformation recently re-released the dress in a new style for their spring collection, too. The design updates the classic silhouette with a new print called "Black Licorice" that features thinner stripes than the original "Louisiana Stripe" style worn by the duchess.

It's a more casual look for the duchess. Getty Images

Beyond their commitment to incredibly stylish design, the brand is known for using sustainable and vintage fabrics and over 50% of their clothes are made in Los Angeles, the duchess' hometown.

Now that spring is finally here, it's the perfect time to snag the duchess' warm weather style before it sells out again!

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