Monochrome magic! Kate Middleton ditches signature statement colours as she dons two black and white outfits on final day of Pakistan tour
- Kate Middleton, 37, is often praised for her clever styling of colour and prints
- But today the Duchess of Cambridge took a break from her usual style
- Royal donned full black and white outfit as she set off for Lahore in Pakistan
- Changed into another monochrome ensemble as she departed plane for last day
The Duchess of Cambridge is known for taking cues from the Queen by stepping out in bright statement colours for royal engagements.
But today Kate Middleton, 37, made a break away from her usual style as she stepped out in two monochrome outfits during the royal tour of Pakistan.
This morning, the Duchess wowed onlookers in a white kurta from Pakistani brand Élan as she joined Prince William, 37, as they prepared to fly to Islamabad for the final day of the tour.
And later the royal changed into a second all black-and-white outfit of the day, donning a smart black Beulah London Flora Coat over a white tunic for a visit to an Army Canine Centre in the capital.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 37, stepped away from her usual love of bright colours during the final day of her tour of Pakistan, donning two monochrome outfits
Kate Middleton was seen in two different full black-and-white outfits on the final day of her royal tour (pictured, during a visit to the Army Canine Centre in Islamabad)
Today marks the final day of the five day tour for Prince William and Kate, before they fly back to England to join Prince George, 6, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 1, at home.
But Kate took the opportunity for two outfit changes ahead of her departing flight from the country, choosing to wear black-and-white for both of them.
This morning the couple were seen leaving Lahore, having been forced to stay overnight in the city after a terrifying electrical storm forced their plane to abandon its landing in the Pakistani capital.
Walking across the tarmac, the Duchess wore a white tunic from Pakistani brand Élan, which featured pretty black detailing, over a pair of white trousers.
The royal stepped out this morning in a white embroidered tunic by Pakistani brand Élan as she took a flight from Lahore to Islamabad
Embrace embroidery like the Duchess in a traditional kurta by Élan
The royal tour of Pakistan has come to an end but the Duchess of Cambridge has managed to squeeze in one final chic look!
Kate has wowed us throughout this trip in a whole array of outfits, from a dazzling Jenny Packham evening gown, to traditional attire by local talent such as Gul Ahmed and Maheen Khan.
Today the royal wore a traditional kurta by Pakistani brand Élan. We love the monochrome design and beautiful embroidery. What a way to finish off the tour!
Kate then completed the ensemble with nude J. Crew nude pumps, which you can shop for yourself below!
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The royal looked elegant in the simple all-white outfit, which featured pretty black embroidered detailing
The white tunic, which featured pretty black floral embroidery over it's bodice, sleeves and hem, has not yet been released by the designer, and is set to go on sale next year.
Kate was also seen carrying her black Smythson Panama East West Zip Tote, which comes with a price tag of £695.
On departing the plane for her second engagement, the Duchess changed into a different black and white outfit.
The Duchess made her second appearance of the morning at an Army Canine Centre, donning a different monochrome outfit
Kate was seen wearing the black Beulah London Flora Coat over a simple white outfit as she made an appearance at the Army Canine Centre in Islamabad.
She appeared to be wearing the same pair of white trousers, although she changed into a different, plain white scoop neck tunic beneath the coat.
Meanwhile she donned her black Russell and Bromley Xpresso crossover flats, costing £195, to complete the outfit.
Kate wore a simple black and white outfit for her appearance in Islamabad, pairing the black Beulah London Flora Coat with a white tunic and trousers
Later, the royal stepped out in a different monochrome outfit, pairing a black coat with a white tunic and trousers
She donned the black-and-white outfit as she visited an Army Canine Centre with Prince William
The royal, who often favours colour over monochrome, has been widely praised for her elegant wardrobe during the Pakistan tour, where she has often donned traditional clothing as well as local designers.
On arrival in the country she wore a blue and white bespoke Catherine Walker - a traditional Pakistani outfit comprised of a flared kurti, a long shirt, and trousers.
And yesterday she was praised for wearing a green shalwar kameez by Maheen Khan and headscarf.
Kate is often praised for her use of bright statement colours, and has been seen in bold pieces throughout the tour of Pakistan (pictured, arriving in Rawalpindi on Monday)
The Duchess wowed yesterday when she stepped out in a bold green shalwar kameez by Maheen Khan and headscarf (pictured, at the Badshahi Mosque in Lahore)