The Duchess of Cambridge’s 5 Looks in Singapore
When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Singapore to start the first day of their Jubilee Tour to Singapore, all eyes were on the Duchess and what she would be wearing.
Upon arrival and for the visit to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, the Duchess choose a custom-made three-quarter sleeves dress by British designer Jenny Packham. The dress was pale pink and printed with orchid flowers with a full skirt see here matched with off-white shoes and clutch. Later that evening, while attending a state dinner hosted for the couple, the Duchess choose a knee-length printed dress by Prabal Gurung. The dress was matched with a black Anya Hindmarch clutch and black heels see here.
On the start of day two, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a white suit by Alexander McQueen. The suit’s fabric was made out of a cotton cut-out fabric with a deep V in the jacket. The Duchess matched the suit with recycled Stuart Weitzman Corkswoon wedges and a black clutch see here. When the Duchess decided to change for her next outing, she chose Singaporean designer Raoul. She went for a printed top with a matching skirt see here. For the last event on day two, Erdem was the choice. Catherine choose a dress which was featured on the designer’s Spring 2012 runway, but had sleeves fitted on to it see here.
For the final day of the Jubilee tour in Singapore, she wore a custom Jenny Packham dress that features lace and a pleated skirt see here.Filed under The United Kingdom
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