As part of her South-East Diamond Jubilee Tour, Prince William and Duchess Catherine made several stops around Malaysia. As usual, she didn't disappoint with her array of ensembles. While she still adhered to her standard pastel and neutral color palette, she switched up the looks a bit and gave us some variety. So where in Malaysia has she been and what did she wear?
On September 14, Catherine met with Malaysia's head of state, Sulan Abdul Halim of Kedah, for an official dinner in Kuala Lampur. At the event she wore an ivory colored Alexander McQueen gown that had a short-sleeve overlay embellished with gold hibiscus flowers. She wore her hair half-up, half-down and accessorized with gold drop earrings, a gold metallic clutch and gold bracelets. It was a stunning dress and she looked absolutely lovely.
While stopping by the As-Syakirin Mosque on September 14, the Duchess wore a powder blue Beulah knee-length dress that had sheer flowing sleeves, a pleated skirt and buttons down the front of the bodice. She wore small drop earrings and her usual nude L.K. Bennett pumps. Her hair was pulled back into an updo. While in the mosque, she wore a scarf covering her head and removed her shoes as is part of the Islamic religious laws.
On September 14, the 30-year-old attended a tea party at the British High Commission where she wore a light blue Temperley London knee-length dress that had a white long-sleeve overlay which was embroidered with white floral designs. Her hair was in a bun and, yet again, she was sporting the nude L.K. Bennett pumps. While many would likely go with the ornate Alexander McQueen gown that she wore to the official dinner as the best look of the three, we're sticking with this Temperley London frock. The color and detailing are exquisite and it matched her style perfectly.
Which look is your favorite from her trip around Malaysia?
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