Time for our second royal tour poll 'Kate's Best Tour Accessory'. Kate wore many memorable accessories during the royal tour, some new, some old and others were gifted to her during the tour. I have attempted to choose the best items and decided to include everything from jewellery to the exotic headdress Kate wore in Solomon Islands. Given the varied options feel free to select multiple options.
Kate wore a stunning pair of aqua chalcedony Azuni London Disc Stud Earrings With Drop Stone for the departure ceremony in Tuvalu. The elegant earrings are available in a number of stones for just £22.50. I thought they were incredibly pretty and complimented Kate's Project D London dress. Azuni London are giving away a pair for every 200 likes and comments on their Facebook Page.
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Kate accessorised her cream McQueen gown embroidered with gold hibiscuses with the Catherine Zoraida Double Leaf Earrings and the Spread Your Wings Bracelet.
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When William and Kate arrived in Marau they were given garland necklaces made from shell money.
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William and Kate visited the Prime Minister's office in Honiara where they were gifted necklaces with 'Prince William' and 'Princess Kate' emblazoned on them.
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Kate kept cool under the blistering sun with a stylish parasol during her visit to Kranji War Cemetery in Singapore. Whilst the intention of carrying the parasol was certainly not for sartorial purposes it completed Kate's look and worked superbly with the duck egg Jenny Packham dress. The pictures were some of the most beautiful from the royal tour and looked quite Edwardian.
Kate's look for the Diamond Jubilee Tea Party was voted Kate's Best Tour Look. Kate wore pearl pins in her hair, something of a tradition for Malay brides. I thought it a beautiful touch to a stunning look.
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Kate was given an exotic headdress during the couple's time in Solomon Islands. The vibrant colours added a young, fresh touch to Kate's look.
Kate wore a green print Jonathan Saunders dress for her Solomon Islands arrival and her cream Jane Taylor hat with green detailing added a classic feel to the look.
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Duchess Kate looked chic in the Temperley Lotus Leopard Print Scarf at Brisbane Airport.
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Two trusty items in Kate's wardrobe featured frequently over the tour. The LK Bennett Sledge Pumps and Natalie Clutch.
And two Stuart Weitzman items Kate loved during the Olympics. The Corkswoon Wedges and the Muse Clutch.
I look forward to seeing your choices :)