Kate Middleton wasted no time in putting her own twist on traditional fashion during her royal tour of Pakistan!
The royal mom stepped off the plane in an aqua blue bespoke dress and matching pants by Catherine Walker. The ombre look, featuring a draped neckline, is inspired by the traditional shalwar kameez, a lightweight outfit that pairs a loose-fitting tunic top with pants underneath.
Prince William and Kate kicked off their busy schedule of engagements at the Islamabad Model College for Girls, where the royal embraced Pakistan’s culture and style by wearing a royal blue shalwar kameez — the country’s national dress — and a dupatta by Pakistani designer Maheen Khan. She completed the look with a pair of beige shoes.
For a meeting with Pakistan’s prime minister, Kate changed into an emerald green tunic by Catherine Walker over cream pants from Pakistani designer Maheen Khan. She accessorized her look with a printed green scarf by Satrangi and earrings by Pakistani jewelry designer Zeen
Arriving in a rickshaw for a special reception at the iconic Pakistan Monument in the capital city of Islamabad, Middleton glittered in an emerald sequin column gown by Jenny Packham and earrings by Onitaa, sourced from Pakistan. William matched his wife, wearing a traditional green sherwani by Pakistani designer Naushemian in the symbolic color.
For a visit to the Badshahi Mosque, the mom of three donned a blue green headscarf with gold trim and a matching shalwar kameez by Maheen Khan.
The duchess happily played cricket at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore, donning a white embroidered shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed and a shawl by Maheen Khan paired with matching sneakers.
Kate wore a brown shirt, long skirt and Nubuck waistcoat by Really Wild for the visit to the Hindu Kush mountains. She accessorized her look with Missoma’s gold Zenyu chandelier hoops, Really Wild’s knee-high boots and a beige pashmina. The royals were presented with traditional Chitrali hats and white coats, which Princess Diana also received during her visit to Chitral in 1991. William and Kate also looked at the Chiatibo Glacier in Broghil National Park and visited nearby communities, where they watched a presentation of traditional song and dance.
From People.com and EOnline
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