The Royal Wardrobe, Royal Visit India, the end
This royal tour ended as it began, in India with Kate wearing the clothes of a Mumbai linked designer. For her final day away, the Duchess of Cambridge chose white and blue and looked cool and calm despite temperatures of over 100 degrees Farenheit as she toured the Taj Mahal. Kate's last looks were pretty and pretty perfect. Here's a look at her Royal Wardrobe for the end of Royal Visit India.
The Duchess of Cambridge knew that the dress she chose for this visit would go down in the history books. She picked well. Her white dress with navy embroidery was rather lovely and had a classic air about it that will serve it well as it is shown time and time again.
The fitted dress with cap sleeves is by Naeem Khan who was born in Mumbai. The whole look suited today down to the ground with enough colour to stand out from the pale, creamy, marble background and matching perfectly to William's blue jacket.
It's a great look on Kate but not so stellar that it overshadows what today is about - memories of the past and looking to the future. The royal couple weren't just perfectly colour co-ordinated, they were in complete harmony throughout a poignant visit.
Kate had begun the day in Bhutan where the couple were given a send off after two days and three nights in the country. For the farewell, the Duchess of Cambridge chose a cream two piece suit by Alexander McQueen.
The sharp jacket and slightly flared skirt looks fresh, modern and formal enough for this very formal moment on the tour. It's only the second repeat we've had from Kate in the whole seven days but it's a very welcome one. This Royal Wardrobe has worked wonders.
There is a special page about William and Kate in India here.