Kate Middleton wears Indian inspired wardrobe for Royal Tour
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in India for an official tour, and Kate kicked off the tour with a fabulous wardrobe that included a lot of Indian inspired prints and patterns.
Leaving their two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte with Grandma Middleton, Kate and William landed in the land of colours.
Paying tribute to the glamorous fashion world of the hosting nation, Kate opted for an Anita Dongre printed tunic dress, a popular designer that hails from Mumbai.
The flowing pink and green number with a braided belt detail was worn by Kate during a visit to Mumbai cricket stadium where she and William enjoyed a game with superstar Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar.
After playing cricket with school children, the Duke and Duchess arrived at a temple, and also met with locals of Indian slums.
The dress takes inspiration from Rajasthan's rich heritage, and Kate paired it with nude rope-wedge heels and sparkling chandelier earrings from Accessorize.
For her visit to the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Kate and William laid a wreath to commemorate the lives lost of guests and staff in 2008 terror attacks. and sported a bold print.
The Duchess wore an Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2016 design, in scarlet silk featuring an Indian inspired paisley design.
Her peplum top and pencil skirt combo was paired with nude LK Bennett pumps and a nude clutch from Russell & Bromley.
Kate added 9k yellow gold Temple of Heaven Girandole Earrings by Cassandra Goad, and looked stunning as always.
Kate Middleton wears Indian inspired wardrobe for Royal Tour Reviewed by Minza Siddiqui on 4/10/2016 08:57:00 AM Rating: