A look at Kate's 2011 Canada tour outfits by hellofashion.com / 07 September 2016 With the countdown on for the the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of Canada, we've taken a look back at all the outfits she sported for their visit of the country in 2011 For her first appearance in Canada, Kate emerged sporting a dress by Montreal designer Erdem Moralioglu. Her favourite nude LK Bennett clutch and heels completed the look. Read more about: Fashion news Kate style Royal tour William and Kate To celebrate Canada Day, Kate wore a cream Reiss dress that she had sported for her official engagement portrait, and paired it with red accessories to represent Canada's national colours. Joining in the Canada Day celebrations, Kate wore a slinky purple dress by Issa and topped off the look with a maple leaf emblem. Kate was all in grey for the tree-planting at Ottawa’s Government House and a visit to a children’s hospital. The shift dress was by Catherine Walker, a favourite designer of Princess Diana. Kate chose Canadian designer Erdem once again for her outing on Prince Edward island. Kate sported a sailor style cream pencil dress by Sarah Burton for McQueen to visit Charlottetown. Sporting a simple cream linen-weave number by Birger, a Danish designer for engagement in the Northwest territories of Yellowknife. Kate changed into casual jeans, a khaki shirt and her Sebago boat shoes for a boat plane flight to an island to see the work of Canadian Rangers. Kate was casually dressed for the couple's flight out of Yellowknife, wearing jeans and a simple navy blazer. A ruffled blouse added a girly touch. Kate was a ray of sunshine as she stepped off the plane in Calgary, wearing a primrose yellow dress from Jenny Packham. A trip to the Calgary Stampede marked a different look for the royal. While Kate is a fan of the trusty skinny jeans, she swapped them for a bootcut fit and added a hat as she went for the cowgirl look. Kate dazzled in a scarlet Catherine Walker coatdress for her final engagement in Canada.