The Duchess of Cambridge's best royal tour outfits by hellofashion.com / 13 November 2015 The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton received worldwide praise for her debut appearances in India.Kicking off the trip, Kate stepped out sporting an eye-catching peplum blouse and skirt design fromAlexander McQueen. While the fashion house is British, the outfit still gave a nod to India with its traditional tear drop-shaped print. Read more about: Kate Middleton Royal Style Kate Style Fashion News She accessorised the outfit with a £165 clutch bag from Russell & Bromley and L.K Bennett shoes with a price tag of £175. Kate later slipped into a mid-length pink and green chiffon dress by Mumbai designer Anita Dongre.An aide revealed that the Duchess was keen to fly the flag for local fashion during the trip. "She wanted to wear a local designer at the earliest possible opportunity," they said, adding that the choice of dress was "a tribute to Mumbai's wonderful design talent." Kate topped off the look with £99 wedges from British brand Mint Velvet and sparkling chandelier earrings. Kate’s appearance at the Bollywood gala was hotly anticipated. And the royal far from disappointed, dazzling in a royal blue gown by her favourite designer Jenny Packham. The royal gave another nod to her host country - the blue floor-length evening gown featured intricate beading that had been carried out in India. The pretty brunette wore her hair up in a chic updo, giving centre stage to a stunning pair of royal blue stone earrings by Indian jeweller Amrapali. The second day saw Kate sporting an elegant cream, wool crepe dress by one of her favourite designers, Emilia Wickstead. Originally on sale for £1760, the dress features a collar and chest pocket detailing. The silhouette, with a fitted bodice and full sweeping skirt, is one that the Duchess is known to favour, and on this occasion she completed her look with a pair of Rupert Sanderson heels and a Mulberry England Bayswater clutch bag. Stepping out for a garden party in Delhi to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday, Kate looked typically stylish in an Alice Temperley crop top and skirt ensemble.The black and white outfit, titled Delphia, featured opulent embroidery motifs of Indian Chintz and lattice. The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, opted for another Indian-inspired ensemble for day three of the royal tour in India. But this particular look comes with a very affordable price tag...The long-sleeved floral-printed maxi dress in question was from budget brand Glamorous and cost just £50! Kate hit another sartorial high on Tuesday as she joined her husband to meet the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The elegant royal chose a feminine but modern design in a beautiful jade green by one of her favourite designers, Alice Temperley, for the event. She completed her look with a pair of nude heels and her LK Bennett 'Natalie' straw clutch bag. We’re used to seeing Kate dazzling in designer dresses and showstopping jewels. But the royal proved she can make casual look just as chic as she headed off on safari as part of her and Prince William’s royal tour of India on Wednesday morning. Showing us all how to do high street, Kate modelled a stunning pink Topshop dress with intricate black embroidering, and added a touch of sparkle to the look with her bargain £8 earrings from Accessorize. The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton turned to one of her favourite designers for her highly-anticipated arrival in Bhutan on Thursday. With temperatures considerably cooler in the mountain kingdom than in India, the stylish royal stepped off the plane in a soft yellow gold coat dress by Emilia Wickstead – a go-to piece from her enviable wardrobe. The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, made a dazzling first impression in Bhutan as she stepped out for the royal couple's first engagement in the country. Attending an archery event, the royal looked typically stunning in a Paul & Joe top paired with a skirt made from material woven and sourced in Bhutan. It was woven by local weaver Kelzan Wangmo. Kate rounded off her day of engagements in Bhutan with a private dinner with the King of Bhutan. The royal kept it casual in a floaty maxidress from Tory Burch, an American designer. The gown is a classic column shape and embroidered with jewel-toned flowers and beading. With a six-hour trek ahead of her Kate opted for comfortable and easy-to-wear gear. But the ever stylish Kate managed to make casual look chic as she began the gruelling hike in Bhutan.Kate, who is naturally sporty, looked more than ready to take on the challenge. The Duchess wore jeans, a white shirt and a dark brown leather waistcoat designed by one of her favourite outdoor British brands Really Wild, which she has worn in the past. She completed her outfit with her trusty Penelope Chilver riding boots, another item she has owned for some time. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a navy tweed coat dress by Michael Kors for the Anzac Day memorial service in Australia. A pale mint Beulah Sabitri dress was chosen for a trip to a mosque in Singapore, and the Duchess covered up with a matching headscarf before entering. She teamed the dress with an LK Bennett clutch and heels. The Duchess chose an orchid print Jenny Packham dress and LK Bennett heels for a visit to Singapore's Botanic Gardens. The Duchess made a bold fashion statement in a canary yellow Roksanda Ilincic dress and her nude LK Bennett pumps. She later revealed that on their way to the Sydney Opera House, the Duke told her she "looked like a banana!" Resplendent in a red skirt suit by Louise Spagnoli for a trip to Christchurch's Botanical Gardens. The Duchess was jetset chic in a dove grey Roksanda Ilincic dress as she touched down at Rock Ayres airport. For a reception at Canberra's Government House she wore a white cocktail dress by Texan designer Lela Rose. The Duchess stuck with her favourite designers for a trip to the Kranji war memorial, opting for a Jenny Packham dress and LK Bennett heels. She added a nude parasol to protect her from the heat. An emerald Erdem coat was chosen for a visit to a children's hospital in New Zealand. The Duchess strayed from her traditional tailored style with a boho-inspired Alice Temperely dress. She let her hair down in Tuvalu, dancing in a straw skirt and flower crown. An Alexander McQueen coat, Jane Taylor headpiece and L.K Bennett courts were chosen for a trip to Sydney’s St Andrew's Cathedral. Alice Temperely's duck egg blue dress kept the Duchess cool but covered up in respect of Malaysia's customs. The Duchess chose a stunning yellow shirt dress from high street favourite Jaeger whilst touring the Solomon Islands. The Duchess chose a blue poppy print L.K. Bennett dress at the Royal Australian Air Force Base in Amberley. She added some sparkle with sapphire and diamond drop earrings and a necklace by Mappin & Webb. An independent dressmaker created the Duchesses' lemon broderie anglaise dress, which she teamed with Stuart Weitzman wedges. She added another accessory with a flower crown that was made for her by the children of a primary school in Tuvalu. The Duchess teamed a blush pink Alexander McQueen dress with her trusty pair of nude LK Bennett pumps for a trip to the skate park in Adelaide. The Duchess wore an aquamarine Emilia Wickstead dress as she touched down at Dunedin International Airport in New Zealand. This midnight blue Jenny Packham gowns is one of the Duchess' favourites, and she wore it three times in 2014. On this occassion it was at a gala dinner in New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Duchess pulled out all the stops for a state dinner in Malaysia, donning a custom Alexander McQueen dress by Sarah Burton. The gold embroidery was made using hibiscus, Malaysia's national flower. The Duchess wore her trusty LK Bennett courts with a printed silk skirt and top by Asian designer Raoul for her trip to the Rainbow Centre in Singapore.