First, Kate wore a white Alexander McQueen broderie anglaise suit while touring the city-state's Gardens in the Bay
Next, Kate changed into an ensemble from Singaporean designer Raoul. In a tara blouse and full pleat skirt from Raoul's pre-fall 2012 collection, Kate arrived with William at the Queenstown housing project
Later at a reception at the official residence of the U.K.'s High Commissioner to Singapore, Kate wore a blue and white chiffon Erdem dress with an exposed back and loose-fitting sleeves.
A detailed account of her dresses, shoes, bags, earrings and other accessories: Source:and WHAT KATE WORE http://whatkatewore.com/
Her first outfit for the day: Alexander McQueen
The suit showcased a fitted top with cuffed short sleeves, a deep vee neck, and self belt.
The Duchess brought back the Stuart Weitzman Corkswoon wedges worn so frequently during the Olympics and Paralympics, from Russell & Bromley.
Kate carried her navy suede Muse clutch again (also from Russell & Bromley), she also wore her diamond sapphire cluster earrings.
Then she changed out of her McQueen suit into separates by Singapore’s Raoul.
Raoul is a label we predicted/hoped Kate would wear, it embodies so many design elements she favors: clean, classic lines, minimal “frou-frou” or distractions, timeless styles. Kate wore pieces made exclusively for Matches Fashion, the silk “Tara” top and matching skirt.
The top sold for $221, it is described this way:
“a red and black cube heart print is reminiscent of vintage 70s styling…”The skirt was $300, here is that description:
“…ivory silk print pleated skirt by Raoul puts a retro-cool slant on ladylike new-season dressing. This ivory silk knee-length pleated skirt has a mid-rise, a red and black cube print and a black waistband with a hidden side zip fastening
As one would expect, both pieces are now sold out and unavailable.!!!!!
The brand is a good one for Kate, this is a simple, refined look that worked well for the afternoon events
She wore LK Bennett Sledges, and the Annoushka pearl drop earrings
Kate and William returned to their hotel before heading out for tonight’s reception at Eden Hall, the British High Commissioner’s residence. Kate changed again, this time donning Erdem, a modified version of a piece from the designer’s spring collection.
The bodice is lined, and sheer, flyaway sleeves have been added in deference to local custom and protocol.
A pair of earrings with Kiki McDonough gemstone from Diamond Earrings
The Duchess also carried a grey clutch .
LK Bennett Harper in light taupe
The shoe has a concealed platform, its heel height is almost 4-1/2″, it retails at £195, about $315 at today’s exchange rates.
THE Duchess chose a Singapore-born designer, Prabal Gurung, again showing respect for the host country on this first leg of the Jubilee Tour.
this links to that bag in a different color/decor.
The bespoke frock also has three-quarter sleeves, a self-belt, deep vee neckline and full skirt. Here we see the dress from the back.LK Bennett’s Sledge pumps in the Off White color.
Kate selected a British designer for the launch of the Jubilee Tour in Singapore, wearing a pale pink Jenny Packham dress. Here we see the Duke and Duchess being greeted upon arrival at the airport.
Kate wore her LK Bennett Sledge2 pumps, she did not carry a purse.
It was the couple’s last engagement in Singapore, they boarded a plane for the short flight to Malaysia. This afternoon Kate gives her first public speech outside
NEXT: What Kate wore in Kuala Lumpur!!
- The Daily Mail’s story is laden with photos
- Victoria Murphy of the Mirror continues sharing personal reactions in her blog
- The Rainbow Center website is here
- The UK in Singapore website is here, Facebook page here and Twitter feed is here
- The UK in Malaysia website is here, its Facebook page here and Twitter feed here
(from What Kate Wore)