The Duchess of Cambridge brought her fashion A-game to her royal tour of Sweden and Norway last week.
Prince William and the former Kate Middleton met with fellow royals, prime ministers, actors and lots (and lots) of eager schoolchildren during the four-day trip.
William and Kate kept things casual for most of their early-morning outdoor events, favoring fluffy hats and warm jackets for the cold temperatures. For more formal engagements later in the day, Kate wore shift dresses and her usual uniform of tights, heels and classic coats. She also channeled one of Princess Diana’s notable ’90s looks when she wore a red-and-white houndstooth coat, People magazine noted.
But at night, Kate wowed in bold, fashion-forward designs. She wore an array of gorgeous evening gowns, including an silk floral number from Erdem and an exquisite McQueen gown.
Scroll through Kate’s best looks from the royal tour below:
Kate at a reception dinner at the British ambassador's residence on Jan. 30, the first day of the royal visit to Sweden and Norway.
William and Kate with Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel of Sweden on Jan. 30.
Kate visits the Nobel Museum on Jan. 30.
Kate reacts after hitting the ball as she attends a Bandy hockey match with William in Sweden.
Kate and William visit the Karolinska Institute in Sweden on Jan. 31.
Kate discusses Sweden's approach to managing mental health challenges during the second day of the royal tour.
The royals attend a reception to celebrate Swedish culture at the Fotografiska Gallery on Jan. 31.
The royals visit the Princess Ingrid Alexandra Sculpture Park in Oslo, Norway, on Feb. 1.
The royals attend a luncheon hosted by Norway's King Harald and Queen Sonja on the third day of their trip.
\William and Kate attend dinner at the Royal Palace in Oslo on Feb. 1.
The royals arrive at Holmenkollen ski jump in Oslo on Feb. 2.
Kate and William depart the Hartvig Nissen School in Oslo on Feb. 2.
We missed seeing Prince George and Princess Charlotte on this trip, but we can expect to see the family of five when the royals welcome their third child in April.
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.