In a seeming tribute to Copenhagen’s flag colours, Kate made an appearance in a bright red wool coat, that came belted with a textured leather belt. Whoever said winterwear had to be all dowdy and grey should learn from Kate.
In yet another tribute to the host country’s national colours, Kate donned a summery shirtdress that featured red and white embroidery. She finished this look with matching red accessories. We are in love with the vibrance of the red, and how the fit of the dress smartens up her look without being too stifling.
Taking a photo in the same spot that her late mother-in-law once sat, Kate’s blue-and-white dress featured a stunning array of geometric patterns, all embroidered for a textured finish.
When she made a royal stop in Edinburgh, the Duchess of Cambridge came prepared for the icy winter winds by packing a forest green coat. Not only would it be a versatile colour to work into most outfits, it’s keeps you cosy and suitably warm.
Standing at the breathtaking lookout at Echo Point, the happy couple coordinated their clothes in matching shades of blue. We love that Kate’s chosen to wear a wrap dress, because it’s body-flattering and it packs well so you don’t have to fuss too much about getting dressed.
6. New York City
For their rendezvous in the Big Apple, Kate must’ve heard that New Yorkers usually wear black, because she made an appearance in a coat that would’ve fit right into the commuting crowd on the subway. Her textured grey coat featured a stronger shoulder silhouette, giving her an appearance of power and stature.
As part of her tour across Europe, Kate stopped through Belgium in a beautifully-tailored coat dress in the softest shade of pistachio green. Offsetting the light green colour of her dress, she finished her look with a fascinator that had an oversized pink flower perched atop. A look fit for royalty!
8. Solomon Islands
Sporting a holiday-induced glow, Kate was radiant when she stepped out for a dinner in the Solomon Islands. Wearing a bright pink dress that featured tiered patterns, she looked radiant and relaxed. This look is definitely our #beachoutfitgoals.
Opting for a more modest outfit that came complete with a matching headscarf, the Duchess kept her look simple and uncluttered. She did accessorise with a small clutch and the beautiful engagement ring that once belonged to Princess Diana.
Last and certainly not least, Kate and William made a pit stop in Singapore. Here, she stuck to a wardrobe of easy shift dresses in lightweight fabrics that would keep her cool, as exemplified in this vibrant Prabal Gurung dress.