Kate Middleton’s Eastern Wardrobe

A gander at all the looks flaunted by the Duchess

What the Duchess wears becomes instantly fashionable – or sold out. All eyes were on Kate on her first visit to Pakistan and she came prepared for it; with a wardrobe to woo everyone. Kate Middleton’s choice of designers, sartorial and adherence to culture values spun a lasting web of impressions on onlookers, leaving them all in awe. Not only she paid homage to her late mother-in-law, Diana by echoing her style persona, she also choose classical and ethnic ensembles to relay a message; fashion can also be an effective tool of diplomacy. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, met with Prime Minister Imran Khan, visited schools and cancer hospitals, played cricket with the national team and visited different places.

And on every occasion Kate has made a meaningful recognition through her clothing choices.

Kate elegantly carries this dark blue embroidered kurta by Maheen Khan which reminisced a dress worn by her late mother-in-law’s dress on her trip to Pakistan in 1997.

The Duchess of Cambridge dazzles in a floor length glittering emerald green dress by Jenny Packham. We also love her ethnic earrings and how she has kept things glamourous yet modest.

On her visit to Chitral, wore a dark coloured shirt and a long brown skirt with boots and paired it with a traditional Chitrali headwear with a feather on top similar to one Princess Diana wore on her 1991 visit. The outfit was assembled by the British brand Really Wild.

The Duchess ended the tour in style when she changed into a black longline jacket by Beulah London, teaming it with white trousers and Russell and Bromley flats.

Middleton wore a beautiful turquoise shalwar kameez with gold details by Maheen Khan on her visit to the Badshahi Mosque. The Duchess is an epitome of grace in this turquoise dupatta on her head.

We are absolutely thrilled with how elegantly she carried this white silk kurta with black embroidery by Elan and paired it with matching white trousers and nude heels.

A green coat shirt by Chatherine Walker, white trousers designed by Maheen Khan and a green dupatta by Satrangi, that’s how Kate put together her ensemble and that’s why everyone calls her a stylish woman.