Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Diane von Furstenberg - Echo Point Visit

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited Echo Point in Katoomba, Australia on Thursday (April 17).

With every stage of this tour, I feel like Catherine’s looks are getting better. She stunned in Roksanda Ilincic dress yesterday, and today we see her wearing a Diane von Furstenberg ikat-batik-printed classic wrap dress, which you won’t be able to label matronly.

The casual look was styled with her favourite Stuart Weitzman navy cork wedges and a navy clutch.

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You can buy Catherine’s Diane von Furstenberg Patrice Dress from MatchesFashion.com.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Roksanda Ilincic - Sydney Airport & Sydney Opera House2

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Sydney Airport this afternoon (April 16) in Sydney, Australia.

Catherine stepped off the plane looking picture perfect wearing a bright-yellow Roksanda Ilincic ‘Ryedale’ Spring 2014 frock.

While locals were left slight disappointed that Catherine didn’t wear an Australian designer, her colour choice was significant as yellow is one of Australia’s national colours.

This has to be one of the most contemporary looks she has worn, with its three-quarter-length sleeves and white panels at the hem and under the arms.

Her trusted nude LK Bennett heels made a return after a succession of navy and black pumps worn so far on this promo tour.

Catherine completed the look with her brunette locks swept up into a half-up ‘do, showcasing her diamond earrings.

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You can buy Catherine’s Roksanda Ilincic Ryedale Wool-Crepe Dress in a reverse colourway from MatchesFashion.com

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Rebecca Taylor - Royal New Zealand Police College

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited the Royal New Zealand Police College in Porirua near Wellington, New Zealand on Wednesday (April 16).

The Duchess donned a formal blue ‘Sparkle Tweed’ two-piece blazer-and-skirt suit by New Zealand designer Rebecca Taylor.

Her look was styled with navy Alexander McQueen pumps and a matching clutch, with half of her brunette hair up and the rest curled at the bottom.

Considering the rain, I’m surprised she didn’t opt for another coat/dress.

Royal watchers would’ve instantly recognised this suit, because Catherine has worn it once before. The recycler previously wore the suit in April 2012 at a reception for the Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race in London.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Luisa Spagnoli - Botanical Gardens Opening

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge officially opened the Visitor’s Centre at the Botanical Gardens in Christchurch, New Zealand on Monday (April 14).

After wearing a green Erdem coat and teal-blue Emilia Wickstead dress this weekend, Catherine opted for red on this occasion, the colour which signalled the start of this tour.

Catherine wore a suit by Italian designer Luisa Spagnoli, but this is not the first time she has donned this look.

It was first worn on a visit to St Andrews back in 2011.

On that occasion she wore the suit with a black polo neck and knee-high boots; today she styled it with a black clutch, black pumps and a half-up, half-down ‘do.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Emilia Wickstead - Palm Sunday Service

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge touched down at Dunedin International Airport on Sunday (April 13) in Dunedin, New Zealand ahead of attending a Palm Sunday service at St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral.

Wearing another colour-popping look on day seven of the royal tour, following yesterday’s emerald Erdem coat, she wore a turquoise Emilia Wickstead long-sleeved dress cinched in waist featuring a pleated skirt, falling above the knee. I’m sure this shorter length will please those who said her Jenny Packham dress was too short.

The Duchess paired her eye-catching Sunday best frock with a matching blue hat by milliner Jane Taylor, with some sparkle courtesy of the Queen, Catherine wore her diamond fern brooch, which was given to the Queen in 1954 by the women of Auckland.

This look is particularly significant considering London-based designer Emilia Wickstead is originally from New Zealand.

Dark-green suede accessories, which don’t work for the look for me, completed her look.

You may remember that Catherine also owns this dress in pink, which she has worn twice before.

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