From dresses by Prabal Gurung to Beulah London, Kate Middleton made many fashion statements while visiting Southeast Asia and the South Pacific on the Diamond Jubilee Tour with Prince William. Here’s a look a some of our favourite Kate Middleton looks from her 9-day trip.
Kate Middleton may have arrived in Singapore wearing a pink kimono-style Jenny Packham dress to kick off the Diamond Jubilee tour with Prince William, but she quickly made an exciting outfit change. The Duchess of Cambridge wore this stunning Prabal Gurung long-sleeved shift dress to the welcome ceremony.
Kate Middleton wore a black, white and red sleeved blouse and pleated skirt by Singapore designer Raoul for her visit to the Rainbow Centre in Queenstown, Singapore.
Kate Middleton wore a second dress by British designer Jenny Packham on her Jubilee tour of Malaysia. The custom-made duck egg blue dress looked gorgeous with Kate’s pale complexion and blue eyes. Kate topped off the look with L.K. Bennett nude heels and carried a parasol as her only accessory.
Kate followed the rules set by Islamic religous law when visiting the Assyakirin Mosque in Kuala Lumpur by donning a headscarf with a white dress by Beulah London.
Kate Middleton attended an island feast in the Solomon Islands in a colourful tropical print sundress. According to sources Kate picked up the colourful dress from a store called Island Print and paired it with her Stuart Weitzman wedges, a Catherine Zoraida bracelet and drop earrings. This is one of the last outfits Kate wore on her Diamond Jubilee Tour. We love to see her sporting bold colours, and we especially love to see her enjoying herself!
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