Kate Middleton Style – Pakistan Tour

If you follow the royals, as I do, then you know the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge aka Prince William & Kate Middleton spent this week in Pakistan touring parts of the country, visiting schools, hospitals, etc. I absolutely love Kate Middleton and my posts that highlight her fashion while abroad touring are always big hits. In fact my post on her trip to Sweden & Norway from 2018 still gets read a lot! It totally slipped my mind to recap Megan Markle’s style on her recent trip to Africa with Prince Harry like I did when she went to AustraliaΒ last year, but I’m here today to round up Kate Middleton’s looks in Pakistan this week.

When the royals arrived in the country, Kate already wowed everyone with this beautiful aqua blue ombre outfit. She wore a bespoke Catherine Walker dress and matching pants. The outfit is inspired by the traditional Pakistani outfit, a shalwar kameez. The color is gorgeous!

Kate Middleton - Ombre Outfit

The next day, the pair headed to Islamabad Model College for Girls to meet with some students. Kate wore a royal blue shalwar kameez by Pakistani designer, Maheen Khan. Love this gorgeous color and that it is a more subtle royal blue.

Kate Middleton - Royal Blue Shalwar Kameez

Later in the day they met with the prime minister so an outfit change was in order, of course. Kate changed in to an emerald green tunic with cream pants, a printed scarf, and beautiful earrings. This outfit was a mix and match of designers. The emerald green tunic is Catherine Walker. The cream pants are Maheen Khan. The scarf is Satrangi and the earrings are by Pakistani designer Zeen.

Kate Middleton - Emerald Green Tunic

Then there was a fancy reception which allowed Kate to get really glammed up! I absolutely loved her Jenny Packham emerald green column dress. The detailing on the gown is exquisite. Kate’s earrings are Onitaa and sourced from Pakistan.

Kate Middleton - Emerald Green Dress 1
Kate Middleton - Emerald Green Dress

The next day when the couple went to visit some villages near the Afghan border, Kate wore a leather vest, brown shirt, belted skirt, and boots. When Prince William and Kate arrived in Chitral, they were given some traditional Chitrali items like traditional hats and shawls.

Kate Middleton - Chitral

Next up, the couple made their way to SOS Children’s Village, a charity in Lahore, to celebrate the birthdays of 3 children there. Kate wore a cream shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed and a shawl by Maheen Khan. She also wore the same outfit to play some cricket!

Kate Middleton - Pakistan Birthday Party
Kate Middleton - Cricket

While in Lahore they stopped by Badshahi mosque. Kate wore a green coat dress by Catherine Walker and a headscarf. In love with the color and the gold detailing.

Kate Middleton - Mosque

The royal couple’s trip back to Islamabad from Lahore was delayed due to a bad storm – their plane had to turn around. The next day when they did land in Islamabad, Kate had on a black and white tunic over fitted white pants.

Kate Middleton - Airport

Then it was time to head back home to London! As they departed, Kate wore a black Beulah London Papilio jacket over white pants.

Kate Middleton - Leaving Pakistan

As usual, I love every thing Kate wore! Her style, whether it is a casual outing with her kids to watch her husband play polo or she’s at a formal reception in Sweden or she’s at a mosque in Pakistan, is impeccable!

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