The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been busy tending to their royal duties, despite keeping busy with Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Kate Middleton and William spent all last week on their Royal Canadian Tour, where the duo met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and attended various events including a rainforest dedication to the Queen’s commonwealth.
We were completely floored by all of Kate’s wardrobe choices, as usual. Her tour came just in time for the start of fall and her ensembles are all the inspiration you need this season. Kate had it all — from chic daytime looks, to casual outing attires, to even formal evening wear. Though experts have named this particular wardrobe her most expensive ever estimating it at over £62,000 (approximately $80,000), all her classy ensembles from the Royal Canadian Tour were definitely worth it. See for yourself.
The Duchess was ravishing in a royal blue dress complete with a Sylvia Fletcher for Lock & Co. hat for the arrival in Canada. She paired the long-sleeved dress with Gianvito Rossi pumps in Praline Suede. She accessorized with a maple leaf brooch from the Queen and diamond and sapphire chandelier earrings.
Kate Middleton arrived in Canada to kickstart her Royal Canadian Tour on September 24, 2016 in suede Gianvito Rossi pumps.
Gianvito Rossi Pumps in Praline Suede, $675 from Net-A-Porter
Kate went from semi-formal in blue to casual chic in red and white the next day when she attended the Immigrant Services Society in British Columbia and the Canadian Coast Guard and First Responders event. She paired her Alexander McQueen creation with matching red Russell & Bromley “Pinpoint” suede pumps.
The Duchess attended the Immigrant Service Society and the Canadian Coast Guards and First Responders event on September 25, 2016 in an Alexander McQueen dress paired with Russell & Bromley “Pinpoint” pumps.
Russell & Bromley ‘Pinpoint’ Court Shoes, £165 (approx $210) from Russell & Bromley
The 34-year-old switched from pumps to a more comfortable pair of flat boots for the dedication of Great Bear Rainforest to the Queen’s commonwealth last Monday. She wore her Penelope Chilvers tassel boots with a more casual outfit as well — jeans, a plaid shirt under a sweater and a warm coat for when she was outdoors. Husband Prince William followed her fashion lead in a matching ensemble. How cute are they?
Kate switched to a comfortable pair of Penelope Chilvers tassel boots for the dedication of Great Bear Rainforest to the Queen’s commonwealth on September 26, 2016.
Penelope Chilvers Long Tassel Boots in Conker, £475 (approx $604) from Penelope Chilvers
Kate went back to pumps the next day as she visited the University of British Columbia in a green midi dress. She paired the Dolce & Gabbana crepe dress with one of her favorite pairs of shoes, the L.K. Bennett “Fern” pumps in nude. We also adored her green onyx Monica Vinader earrings.
Kate Middleton in a Dolce & Gabbana dress paired with L.K. Bennett “Fern” pumps to visit the University of British Columbia on September 27, 2016.
L.K. Bennett “Fern” Nappa Leather Courts, $345 from L.K. Bennett
That night, she attended a reception with leaders of the nation at the Government House in Victoria in a gorgeous red dress with matching red Gianvito Rossi pumps.
Two days later, the royal couple jumped on a canoe with First Nations Haida people and rowed their way to Haida Gwaii. Kate wore jeans, a white blouse and Smythe blazer paired with R. Soles “Virgi Ante Setter” boots.
The Duchess of Cambridge rowed her way to Haida Gwaii in R. Soles “Virgi Ante Setter” boots on September 29, 2016.
The royal family ended their Canadian Tour last Friday with an official Farewell at Victoria Harbour Airport. The Duchess was stunning in a beige trench coat paired with nude L.K Bennett “Florete” pumps.
Kate Middleton ended her Royal Canadian Tour in another pair of L.K. Bennet pumps on October 1, 2016.
Which of Kate’s looks is your favorite?
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