Kate Takes India

Can we stop and take a moment to talk about the Duchess of Cambridge’s immaculate style on the current tour of India? She’s likely to be the most style filed woman on the internet, well known for her penchant for slip dresses and nude heels, and this royal visit hasn’t failed to deliver in the style stakes.

Catherine, whom the public is used to seeing in neutral shades and the odd pop of buttercup yellow or pastel pink, broadened her horizons to complement the technicolour spectrum of India and experimented with fresh cuts, colours and bolder prints than the usual. Looking like a still from the ‘Hymn for the Weekend; music video, she mingled with locals and interacted with schoolchildren effortlessly and embraced the cultural differences for India to Britain.

It’s hard not to be a fan of the Duchess considering her well-rounded image in the public eye. Take a look through the highlights of the tour in her style below.

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Wearing Alexander McQueen 

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Donning a colourful Anna Sui frock
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A modern bohemian look from Anita Dongre
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Demure in Emilia Wickstead
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High Street with Topshop
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A casual approach in RM Williams and Zara
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Regal in Jenny Packham 
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Dressed in Temperley
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Another Temperley look from the Duchess

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My favourite look of the tour: dressed by Glamorous

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Wearing a Paul and Joe cape

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