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A Recap of Duchess Kate’s Outfits From the Royal Tour of Pakistan … So Far

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Kate Middleton never fails to impress us with her fashion choices. She loves to wear sophisticated styles, such as elegant jacket and midi dresses, but she's also not afraid to dare with bright colors and fit-to-fit sets. On their first five-day tour in Pakistan with Prince William, the royals continue to enchant us and surprise us with fresh looks, such as sequin dresses, ombre patterns and more!

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The actual tour takes place from Monday, October 14th to Friday, October 18th. Over the course of a week's visit, the two are visiting various locations – although they are kept confidential until the day of. According to one official statement from Kensington Palace, the focus of the tour is “to visit programs that empower young people and organizations that help ensure they have the best start in life”.

As Meghan Markle proved on his recent visit to South Africa, a crowded itinerary can mean several clothes changes a day. So far, Middleton has proved this to be true! She got off the plane in Islamabad, showing her respect for the country's national costume, wearing a shalwar kameez: a three-piece outfit consisting of trousers, a tunic and a scarf. In her first appearance, she customized the traditional look by debuting a breathtaking ombre dress with matching pants underneath.

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But the highlight so far has been an incredible emerald green long-sleeved dress that royal wore at a special reception to celebrate Pakistani music and culture on October 15. Fashion designer Jenny Packham. Holiday outfit inspiration, anyone?

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Keep browsing to check out the clothes and accessories that Kate Middleton debuted on her royal tour in Pakistan!

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