While Meghan Markle has dazzled the world with her chic royal tour wardrobe in South Africa, Kate Middleton has been shining on this side of the equator, stepping out in a regal jewel-toned cocktail dress on Wednesday.
Always one to shift her style with the seasons, the Duchess of Cambridge looked autumn-ready in her 70's-inspired dress by ARoss while attending a glamorous event hosted His Highness The Aga Khan at the Aga Khan Centre.
The event comes before the Duchess and her husband Prince William head off on their own royal tour of Pakistan, from 14 -18th October, and if yesterday's outfit was anything to go by, we can look forward to a jaw-dropping wardrobe.
Stepping out on a blustery day, Kate looked radiant in the teal full-length chiffon dress, accented with an emerald green belt tie and accessorised with forest green jewellery. The dress by ARoss Girl featured a high neckline, billowing sleeves and dainty ties at the wrist, and is yet another 70's silhouette from the Duchess.
A collaboration between ARoss Girl and Notting Hill brand Soler, the Amanda silk-georgette maxi dress costs €665.10 but is currently sold out. The colour combination of blue and green, however, can be simply recreated, especially when you follow the accessorising tips of Kate.
Her stunning earrings by Pakistani label Zeen, featuring stones in two shades of green set against shimmering pale stones and set in a gold-hued diamond shape, made the dress pop even more. Incredibly, these statement earrings cost just €6!
The Duchess finished her look with a pair of rich emerald green suede heels by Emmy London, called the "Rebecca" and costing €490, and a matching "Natasha" clutch in the same shade and costing €435.
With her copper-toned hair in loose blow-dried curls and her makeup fresh and gently contoured, Kate looked more glamorous than ever.