Most recently, Prince William and his entire family including the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte visited Canada. The Duchess did not disappoint with her impeccable taste in clothing and her personal style. Below are two collages of outfits from her style playbook from the trip.
For the family’s arrival in Canada, Kate was in a blue ensemble, which consisted of a Jenny Packham dress. The Duchess accessorized with a Sylvia Fletcher for Lock and Company hat that showcased a maple leaf motif, along with her Nina hard-sided clutch from LK Bennett and Gianvito Rossi signature suede pumps. Quite notably, she wore the Queen’s platinum and diamond maple leaf brooch, worn by Kate during the 2011 tour, and the tanzanite earrings believed to be by G. Collins & Sons.
The Duchess looks stunning. Her outfit is a perfect choice for kicking off her Canadian visit. Jenny Packham continues to be a staple in the Duchess’s wardrobe and for good reason. With outfits that look and fit as well as this, the designer should continue to be a go-to for the Duchess.
For the first full day of the tour, Kate wore a red and white Alexander McQueen dress, based on a Resort 2017 design. She carried a new handbag from the Bow Embellished Suede Shoulder Bag by Miu Miu. The Duchess also wore a new pair of heels, the Russell and Bromley PinPoint. Kate’s earrings were actually a pair loaned to her by the Queen, also worn at least once by Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
I adore this look largely because I love Alexander McQueen. Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen has done an amazing job dressing the Duchess for her many appearances and this is no exception.