Just two days in, and Duchess Kate is already wowing with her Pakistan tour wardrobe!
On Oct. 15, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out to a school in the capital, Islamabad, wearing a stunning blue shalwar kameez – a traditional look with a loose collared shirt paired with matching trousers, which is worth throughout many Asian countries. The gorgeous embroidered number is by Pakistani designer Maheen Khan, and she looked incredible in it!
On her feet, Kate opted for nude Russell & Bromley flats, a big change from the heels she wore for her arrival in Pakistan with Prince William the night before. She wore earrings by Pakistani designer Zeen again. We saw her sport similar baubles during the couple’s touchdown and welcome in Rawalpindi, and she also brought the designer’s wares out for a preview event at the Aga Khan Centre in London on Oct. 2.
Kate kept her look the same for the couple’s second engagement of the day at a national park in the Margalla hills, just outside of Islamabad. There, the couple spoke with some adorable children completing an arts and crafts project with pine cones after touring the grounds and seeing what rangers are doing to advance the United Nations’ Sustainable Development goals. They learned how to clear plants that are detrimental to conservation and also helped set up a leopard trap!
During their aforementioned arrival, Kate chose a traditional shalwar kameez, which she paired with nude heels. The turquoise bespoke Catherine Walker outfit looked incredible on her, and as we said above, she paired it with Zeen earrings.
The couple are in Pakistan until Oct. 18. Due to the tight security situation surrounding their tour and in the country, details of their itinerary will be announced day-by-day. Following a private meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and the country’s President, Arif Alvi, the couple are set to attend a special reception at Islamabad’s National Monument. We can’t wait to see what Kate will wear for that!