The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been enjoying a three-day tour of Ireland. The trip may have been fleeting, but Kate still managed to squeeze in plenty of classic outfits.

Whether paying tribute to the Emerald Isle in green, experimenting with cult designers, or even dipping her toe into the world of vintage, she put together a perfectly polished wardrobe for the royal visit.

Here’s everything Kate wore, from sipping Guinness in Dublin, to practicing her juggling in Galway…

Kicking off the trip in green…

Kate
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Kate repeatedly wore Ireland’s national colour: green. When touching down in Dublin, she wore a forest green coat by Catherine Walker with a black velvet headband.

Duchess of Cambridge
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Underneath, Kate mixed and matched different hues, wearing a bright green patterned Alessandra Rich dress, and carried a light LK Bennett clutch.

Continuing the theme wearing a cult designer label…

Duchess of Cambridge
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Kate changed clothes for her evening engagement, but stuck to the theme in dark green. This is the first time we’ve seen her wear The Vampire’s Wife, the label set up by model Susie Cave, beloved by celebrities including Keira Knightley and Caitriona Balfe. The brand is known for its high necks, fluted sleeves and ruffled bottoms, and for playing around with hemlines, colours and patterns.

Kate word a shimmering emerald design to the Guinness factory – the outfit is available for pre-order and costs £1,595.

Keeping things casual…

Kate
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On the second day of the trip, Kate kept things low-key in black skinny jeans, heeled boots and a black and white polka dot shirt from chic Parisian brand Equipment (the Slim Signature Silk Shirt in eclipse/bright white, costs €315).

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Over her outfit, Kate wore a favourite cream Reiss coat – we first saw her wearing this jacket for William’s RAF graduation ceremony back in 2008.

Kate wearing the same coat back in 2008
Kate wearing the same coat back in 2008 (Paul Ellis/PA)

In country gear…

Duchess of Cambridge
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Royal trips aren’t all fancy dresses and black-tie events – during the visit, Kate enjoyed a clifftop walk admiring the views of the Howth peninsula, just north of Dublin. Luckily, the winter sun came out for her stroll with William, and for the occasion she wore an infinitely sensible coat, jeans and brown boots. The jacket comes from heritage Irish brand Dubarry – the Friel Utility Jacket in olive, costs €349.

Channelling the Eighties…

Duchess of Cambridge
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Giving us some serious throwback Princess Diana vibes, Kate wore a pink vintage dress from Oscar de la Renta, featuring polka dots, a frilled collar and velvet waistband. Kate regularly re-wears her own clothes, but we rarely see her in vintage – could this usher in a new era in her fashion choices?

Back to green…

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
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Kate really couldn’t get enough of polka dots this trip, and we don’t blame her. For day three of the visit, she went back to green in this graphic spotty dress, which is custom from Suzannah (a similar navy version costs €1,444.56).

Kate
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She layered the dress beneath a long, military-inspired olive coat.