In Pics: All The Sartorial Awesomeness From Kate Middleton’s Royal Tour
The much-awaited royal tour of Prince William and Kate Middleton, along with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, to Poland and Germany finally began on July 18, 2017. It might have been just two days since the tour started but there’s already no dearth of sartorial awesomeness from the ever-so-stylish and ever-so-gorgeous Dutchess of Cambridge, just as we expected. Living up to her impeccable style score, Kate continued to rock some of her favourite designers, while also adding a couple of new names to her wardrobe. And trust us, her classiness knows no bounds in them all.
Here take a look at all the looks the royal fashionista has donned so far…
Arrival at Warsaw, Poland
For her arrival in Poland, the Dutchess stuck to her favoured combo… a peplum top and a pencil skirt in a crisp white hue by Alexander McQueen. Elegantly raising her silhouette Kate stepped into a pair of her favourite praline Gianvitto Rossi suede pumps. Adding subtle but striking pops of red to her ensemble, Middleton accessorised her outfit with a red Jenny Packham clutch and diamond and ruby earrings and a matching pendant.
Garden Party at Lazienki Park
The same evening, Kate attended a garden party on the Orangery ground in the Lazienki Park at Warsaw, Poland. And this time she decided to go local with the label wearing a custom-made white midi dress featuring an applique floral belt-like motif running along the waist by popular Polish designer, Gosia Baczyńska. Matching her footwear and clutch to the floral detail of her dress, the beautiful lady repeated her pair of black ankle-strap Gianvitto Rossi pumps and lugged on a Prada stone-embellished clutch. A pair of pretty pearl earrings by Balenciaga and a pearl neckpiece completed her ensemble. A low bun, subtly winged eyes, blushed cheeks and soft pink lips rounded off this look perfectly.
Visit to the city of Gdansk, Poland
Her next outing in Poland was at the Stutthof Concentration Camp in Gdansk, Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre and the European Solidarity Movement museum. This time around, Kate went with matching separates sporting a pretty floral-printed top and skirt from Erdem‘s Spring Summer 2017 collection. With her co-ords, the royal beauty stepped into a pair of nude Stuart Weitzman ankle-strap block heels and matched them with a taupe clutch by Etui. A pair of amber and gold drop earrings and a matching pendant hanging from a delicate gold chain made for the perfect accessories. Her new, shorter lob was styled in loose curls and left down with a soft centre-parting. Blushed cheeks, nude eyes and nude pink lips finished off this look.
Arrival in Berlin, Germany
The royal family then made their way to Berlin, Germany and Kate decided to go bolder with her colour palette for her arrival. The Dutchess wore a cornflower blue coat dress by Catherine Walker layered over a blue mini that she teamed with her trusted pair of Gianvitto Rossi praline pumps. Her blue Jimmy Choo clutch perfectly matched her outfit and her Kiki McDonough jewellery, including a topaz pendant and matching drop earrings, added a dash of bling to her ensemble. Kate’s hair was pulled back in loose but tidy updo and her look was rounded off with her signature, yet subtle, winged eyes, a beautiful blush and nude tone of pink on the lips.
Queen’s Birthday Party at the British Ambassadorial Residence, Berlin
This is Kate’s latest, and our most favourite, appearance from the tour as yet. The Dutchess recently marked her presence at the Queen’s Birthday Party at the British Ambassadorial Residence in Berlin. For the do, she decided to go a little more chic and a little less classy in a beautiful red, off-shoulder maxi dress cinched at the waist with an elastic band and ruffled at the hem from Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2017 collection. And it wasn’t just her outfit that went higher up on the chic scale, her jewellery too went a notch up with a pair of long, red Simone Rocha crystal earrings, though she stuck to her usual nude shade as far as her scalloped-strap Prada heels are concerned.
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