Kate Middleton Makes A Royal Statement In Blue
Kate Middleton, together with Prince William is in Pakistan for the official tour of the country. Her first look featured a traditional royal blue ensemble and we decode her look
By now, the whole world knows that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton are in Pakistan for their royal visit of the country. The couple arrived for the much-awaited visit on Monday evening and of course eyes were peeled to see how they royal couple would touch down in Pakistan. It is pertinent to note however, that all eyes were ready to see what Kate Middleton would be wearing and whether it would a traditional Pakistani ensemble by a local designer.
For her arrival in the country, Kate Middleton opted for a turquoise green ombre fusion ensemble by one of her favourite British designers, Catherine Walker. The outfit was paired with straight pants and featured some gathered fabric on the neckline which resembles a dupatta which is traditionally worn with Pakistani outfits. Come Tuesday morning, and pictures of Kate Middleton and Prince William have gone viral on social media in which Kate Middleton has opted for traditional Pakistani attire, and we are in awe.
The Royal couple kick started the tour at the Islamabad Model College for girls as part of their day’s activities. Kate Middleton was clad in a royal blue number by Pakistani fashion power house, Maheen Khan. The outfit featured a kameez and pants and the kameez was adorned with beautiful thread work along the v-neck collar. And no Pakistani outfit is complete without a dupatta which Kate Middleton has coupled her outfit with.
Kate Middleton teamed her blue ensemble with a pair of nude block heels and a pair of dangling earrings by a local jewellery designer. As per usual, the Duchess styled her hair with a fresh bouncy blow dry and with subtle makeup, she looked au natural. The Royal couple is all set to tour the country over a period of five days and we can’t wait to see what other looks she has in store.