Kate Middleton just wore not one, but two traditional outfits during the royal tour of Pakistan.
Today, the Duchess of Cambridge, 37, kicked off day two of her trip alongside her husband, Prince William. The couple began with a visit to a school in central Islamabad, where they chatted with students from local institutes about the Teach for Pakistan program.
Middleton wore a blue kurta by Maheen Khan, which included white embroidery along the neckline. She completed the look with matching trousers, nude flats and drop earrings.
After leaving the school, Middleton spent the rest of the day chatting with officials, including a meeting with the country’s prime minister, Imran Khan.
For the occasion, the duchess changed into a green button-down tunic by Catherine Walker and paired the dress with white trousers by Maheen Khan, along with a Satrangi scarf.
Middleton concluded her day by attending a special reception hosted by Thomas Drew—the British High Commissioner—at the Pakistan National Monument. She wore a glittering green dress by Jenny Packham and accessorized the look with large gold earrings and her blue sapphire engagement ring (duh).
It’s almost like she’s trying to overwhelm us with wardrobe options.