Duchess Kate is considered a style icon for good reason. She maintains a classically elegant and modest look without seeming stuffy or old-fashioned. Whether casual or dressed to the nines, she makes each look her own (while many of us eagerly follow her lead).
For a royal trip to India and Bhutan with husband Prince William, the duchess is seen wearing exciting prints and bright colors for everything from black-tie galas to local charity visits. With a mix of British, American and Indian designers — and even a skirt from a Bhutanese weaver — the duchess was ever the gracious guest.
Adorable in an affordable favorite
How many times have you seen a celebrity's outfit and thought about how much your closet needs something similar — but at a more reasonable price? Well, for less than $100, you could have dressed like the Duchess of Cambridge, had it not sold out on Glamorous.com. And if you did snag the steal, lucky you. The rest of us will have to pre-order and wait until it becomes available again on April 30.
Bright like Barrymore
Duchess Kate wore this colorful, Bollywood-esqe dress ... as did Drew Berrymore, nearly halfway around the world on the same night. The floor-length Tory Burch gown would be noteworthy enough for showing the duchess in an American brand (since she often sticks to British labels), but the coincidence just seems uncanny.
Awe-inspiring in Alexander McQueen
If anyone can look sophisticated and not over-done in peplum and paisley, it's Duchess Kate. She had on a two-piece combo by one of her go-to designers, Alexander McQueen. Who could forget her stunning wedding gown from the same fashion house?
Keeping it traditional
On the fifth day of the royal tour, Duchess Kate wore a more traditional Bhutanese look. Heads up: This might be more difficult to emulate as it was crafted for the duchess using materials from a local Bhutanese weaver, Kelzang Wangmo. Wangmo told The Telegraph that is usually takes three months and five people to hand-make the fabric used.
Working out in wedges
Ever the athlete, the Duchess of Cambridge wore an ankle-length, teal-and-burgundy printed dress with off-white wedges to play cricket and soccer. Who says you can't play sports in a dress?
The royal couple is expected to return to the U.K. this Sunday, April 17. So be on the look out for Duchess Kate's final looks, as they're sure to be nothing short of her usual classic beauty.