The Duchess of Cambridge looked magnificent in traditional dress as she and Prince William kicked off their first day of engagements in Pakistan. The day started with a visit to the Islamabad College for Girls. Kate wore a traditional periwinkle kurta with pants and a scarf by fashion designer Maheen Khan, a Pakistani fashion and costume designer who ran an embroidery house in the UK and worked on the embroidery for Catherine Walker until her passing.

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The Duchess wore the silk embroidered ensemble with a new pair of heels: faux suede low block heels in tan from New Look. The shoes quickly sold out but are still available in the black shade.

The mom of three also wore Zeen ‘Beaded Chandelier’ earrings costing just $10.

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When visiting the Margalla Hills National Park, Kate changed into her Russel and Bromley ‘Xpresso Crossover Flats’ which she has worn once previously during her visit to India in 2016.

For the outdoor visit, Kate changed into her pointed toe leather flats.