The Duchess of Cambridge has completed her first tour to Poland and Germany. Take a look at her dresses, coats, casual wear, jewelry and accessories from an array of designer names.
Outfit 9: Emilia Wickstead fit-and-flare dress for last day in Hamburg, Germany
The Duchess chose a fit and flare style lilac dress by British fashion favorite Emilia Wickstead, which appears to be a hue used in her AW15 collection.
Kate clashed her purple dress with a red bag and Wearing the Gianvito Rossi pumps again.
Kate has worn the label on most of her royal tours and owns similar versions of this frock in turquoise and pink. But the Duchess surprised us with her choice of bag for this look to add some color clash against her pastel dress.
Kate’s drop earrings
Kate’s showcased some fabulous gems on this royal tour, but for the last day, she kept her jewelry to a minimum, wearing a classic pair of Lavender Amethyst Pear and Oval Drop earrings.
Outfit 8: Markus Lupfer dress for Clärchens Ballhaus evening reception in Berlin, Germany
Kate chose a fitting green bird print almost-maxi dress for one last cocktail party at Berlin’s last original dance-floor, the Clärchens Ballhaus on the final night of the tour.
Kate’s striking Prada sandals and metallic and pearl accessories.
this time we got to get a better look at the wavy strap detailing.She tied her art deco look with a number of metallic accessories, including a waist chain belt and a diamond print clutch bag. The three-strand pearl bracelet is very similar to the one that Princess Diana wore in 1989 during a visit to Hong Kong.
Kate wore her Soru Baroque Pearl earrings
She brought back her £130 gold Soru Baroque Pearl earrings, first seen last year for the Art Fund Museum of the Year Gala, to complete her evening look.
Outfit 7: Hugo Boss Breton top and skinny jeans for Heidelberg boat race
She swapped her yellow Jenny Packham dress for a more practical blue and white Breton tee from German brand Hugo Boss and skinny jeans combo, as she competed against her husband in a boat race.
Kate loves her Superga sneakers and looking uber cool
She sported her White sneakers but kept her Oscar de la Renta earrings in.
The couple poses for a picture on the Old Bridge.
The Duchess has worn stripy tops and skinny jeans from Zara and J Brand. Kate looked super chic as she rowed in her stripy ensemble and a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers.
Outfit 6: Jenny Packham dress to visit the city of Heidelberg, Germany
Kate brightened up a rainy morning in the city of Heidelberg, Germany, on the fourth day of the royal tour. She wore a bespoke golden yellow dress by fashion favorite Jenny Packham, which featured a beautiful floral pattern overlay and an A-line style skirt.
Kate’s trusty Monsoon wedges and she carried a McQueen clutch with a modified clasp.
We saw the return of the Duchess’ trusty Monsoon ‘Fleur’ espadrilles and another accessory classic – her Alexander McQueen taupe box clutch.
Kate also sported new gold earrings by Oscar de la Renta.
And lastly, she finished off her look with new Oscar de la Renta Pearl Sun Star Button earrings.
Outfit 5: Alexander McQueen bardot maxi dress for Queen’s birthday party at the British Ambassadorial Residence in Berlin, Germany
In the evening of the third day of the tour, Kate and William attended another garden party for the Queen’s birthday, this time at the Ambassador’s residence in Berlin. She looked stunning in a £1,453 a lot more boho red off the shoulder Alexander McQueen dress, with a tiered ruffled hem.
Kate wore summery nude sandals and another new set of earrings
You could just make out her nude Prada wavy strap sandals underneath her frock, a shoe that she also owns in purple. And a striking beaded drop earring pair, £195, from Simone Rocha.
Kate chats with guests
Alexander McQueen bardot maxi dress for Queen’s birthday party.
Outfit 4: Catherine Walker coat to arrive in Berlin, Germany
Kate chose a beautiful cornflower blue coat by British label Catherine Walker to arrive in Berlin – a fitting hue as the cornflower is Germany’s national flower.
These heels have become a Kate staple and her new Clutch
We’ve seen Kate opt for more strappy and block heel styles on this visit abroad, rather than her classic pointed courts and carrying a new blue satin clutch bag by Jimmy Choo.
New jewelry for the Duchess
Her hair was swept back into a pretty chignon, which showed off her topaz jewelry from Kiki McDonough.
Outfit 3: Erdem co-ords to visit the city of Gdansk, Poland
On day two of the tour, Kate and William traveled to the port city of Gdansk on Poland’s Baltic coast, visiting the Stutthof Concentration Camp, Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre and the European Solidarity Movement museum. The Duchess wearing a co-ordinate set in the Hurst Rose print from the London-based designer’s SS17 collection.
Kate wore patent nude Stuart Weitzman sandals and sported red nail polish and A new clutch bag from Etui
Kate teamed her outfit with new £330 Stuart Weitzman Nearly Nude patent-leather sandals, showing off red toe nail polish – another subtle nod to her host nation’s colors. and We saw Kate add to her collection of Etui bags.
Kate also appeared to be wearing a new gold necklace and earrings set
Her hair was once again styled in effortless, glossy waves to show off new gold jewellery with amber gemstones, which is Poland’s native stone.
Outfit 2: Monochrome Gosia Baczyńska dress for garden party in the Orangery at Lazienki Park, Warsaw, Poland
On day one of the tour, the Duke and Duchess attended an evening garden party in the grounds of Orangery at Lazienki Park. Just like on previous royal tours Kate wore the monochrome number featured beautiful applique detailing at the waist and jagged pleats on the skirt, in an A-line style, which always suits the Duchess to a tee.
Kate’s shoes featured an elegant ankle strap and carried her black Prada clutch with gold clasp
Shoes-wise, we saw the return of Kate’s black Gianvito Rossi suede ankle-strap d’Orsay heels. She carried her black satin Prada clutch with stone embellishment, an accessory she’s used on several occasions.
Kate’s hair was styled into a low chignon
And finally, she tied the look together with pearl jewelry. Her hair was pulled back into a low chignon to show off her asymmetric necklace and Balenciaga ‘Eugenia’ earrings.
Outfit 1: White Alexander McQueen coat for arrival into Warsaw, Poland
For her arrival in Warsaw, Kate stepped off the plane in a white Alexander McQueen wool and silk peplum coat (originally £1,995), a classic style we’ve seen her channel again and again.
The Duchess carried her red with gold trim Jenny Packham clutch and wore one of her favorite Gianvito Rossi pumps
Kate finished off her look with her trusty £470 Gianvito Rossi 105 suede heels in praline and she carried her red with gold trim Jenny Packham clutch.
Kate wore new jewellery
Her new jewelry. The diamond ring, necklace, and earrings all featured subtle red gemstones.