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Kicking off her royal tour in high style, the attends a dinner in Singapore wearing a violet digital-print dress by local-born designer Prabal Gurung.
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ANOTHER WHITE MCQUEEN
Returning to one of her favorite formalwear labels, Alexander McQueen, for an official state dinner in Kuala Lumpur, the Duchess gives a nod to local attire in a gown with flowing sleeves and a hibiscus print.
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Again beating the heat in a lightweight, sheer-sleeve dress and a pretty updo, Kate visits Kuala Lumpur’s British High Commission in an ice-blue Temperley London dress and her standby L.K. Bennett pumps.
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What does a Duchess wear to climb trees in the rainforest of Borneo? A navy button-up, fitted khakis, a brown belt and rugged hiking boots, natch! Apparently Prince William (not pictured) liked the look because he wore a very similar outfit.
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PAGING JACKIE O
In her mod-print, short-sleeve Jonathan Saunders sheath, pillbox hat and perfectly coordinated accessories, Kate channels American royalty as she disembarks in the Solomon Islands.
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Though the Duchess has racks of designer duds at her disposal, one of our favorite looks from her trip didn’t come from any runway. It was a surprise gift from a local Solomon Islands shop. She pairs the dress with summery Stuart Weitzman wedges and pretty curls.
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For Day 7 of her tour (also in the Solomon Islands), Kate glows in a yellow belted shirtdress and nude heels, plus enviably shiny hair. (Whatever product she’s using to fight frizz, it’s working!)
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FLOWERS IN HER HAIR
In another enviable yellow number – plus her Stuart Weitzman “Minx” wedges and accessories courtesy of the Tuvalu locals – the Duchess is all smiles next to her equally well-accessorized .
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MOVES WITH SWAGGER
Her embroidered Alice by Temperley maxi dress is the perfect complement to the grass skirt and headdress Kate wears to show off her dance moves during a celebration in the royal couple’s honor in Tuvalu.