Kate Middleton said goodbye to her royal tour of India in the most stylish way. She rocked two final looks in one day and both outfits were stunning. We can’t decide if we like her skirt-suit or blue embroidered dress better — what do you think? VOTE.
Kate Middleton, 34, ended off her stylish tour of India in the best way possible. She rocked two different looks in one day and her first outfit was a recycled skirt suit, while her second look was a gorgeous blue embroidered dress. We are so sad that Kate’s stylish vacation in India has come to a close considering she looked the best she’s ever looked. We loved both of her final outfits and we can’t decide which one was our favorite! What do you think? VOTE.
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The Royal Recycler obviously had to make one more appearance on her royal tour! She arrived in India in a white eyelet-embroidered Alexander McQueen skirt suit. The Duchess of Cambridge first wore this ensemble on the Diamond Jubilee tour of Singapore in September 2012, but she rocked it with a belt instead.
This time, Kate donned the two-piece outfit with a tan LK Bennett Natalie clutch, Kiki McDonough Lauren earrings, and a simple pair of nude patent leather pumps. We love this spring ensemble on Kate — the peplum jacket highlights her tiny waist and the full skirt makes it fancy.
Kate’s second look of the day, though, was the most important. Kate and Prince William, 33, reenacted the iconic photo of Princess Diana sitting on the bench outside the Taj Mahal. The photo of Kate and William will go down in history and the dress she opted to wear was by none other than Naeem Khan. Although her dress probably cost a fortune, we love that she mixed high fashion with $8 dangly blue earrings she bought at a local market in Bhutan.
The short-sleeve white midi dress was from the designer’s resort 2015 collection and it was so form-fitting, hugging Kate’s toned frame to perfection. The frock was covered in royal blue embroidery and was absolutely stunning. This dress will officially go down in history — how amazing is that?
What did you guys think of Kate’s two looks? Which one was your favorite? VOTE.