The much-awaited royal visit came to an end today and while most of Kate Middleton’s sartorial choices made an impression, her final look of the day was underwhelming to say the least. Kate Middleton and Prince William wrapped up the royal visit in Pakistan with a trip to the Army Canine Centre in the capital. During their time in Pakistan, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited popular cultural heritage sites, schools, met with Prime Minister Imran Khan and attended a grand reception that was held in their honour.
The duke and duchess also visited the National Park in Islamabad and visited the northern areas of Chitral where they embraced the Chitrali culture and participated in the Kailash festivities. Even prior to their arrival in the country, fashion circles and fashion analysts were making predictions on the silhouettes and outfits the duchess would be sporting during her time in Pakistan. During her time in Pakistan, the world had their eyes peeled on what she would be wearing and which look she would be sporting next.
Social media has been abuzz with their pictures ever since they touched down in Pakistan and fashion fiends have been analyzing the Duchess’s looks down to a T. In order to pay tribute to the country and the visit, Kate Middleton sported looks in hues of green; the country’s national colour and ensured she incorporate the national dress as part of her outfits.
As the tour came to an end today, Kate Middleton and Prince William headed back to Islamabad to take their flight to England, for which Kate Middleton opted for a monochrome number. The outfit featured a crisp white kurta shalwar over which she wore a black tailored coat which she buttoned up at the front.
The Duchess paired the outfit with a white stole and strappy black shoes. Kate Middleton had her hair styled in vintage waves and opted for a soft makeup look. While the duchess always slays every look, for her last day this look was rather overwhelming and we wish she had made a stronger exit the way she did when they arrived in Pakistan.