Royal Tour Day 2: Kate wears Indian-Inspired Temperley separates for Queen's birthday bash in New Delhi
This evening, the Duke and Duchess attended a birthday party for Her Majesty The Queen at the residence of the British High Commissioner.
The garden party was attended by diplomats, politicians, business leaders and academics as a chance to celebrate the links between the UK and India, and for all present to toast The Queen ahead of her 90th birthday next week.
The Duke & Duchess were handed a sword to cut the first slice of the flag cake.
The Duke used the occasion to personally pay tribute to his grandmother with a speech to the invited guests.
Kate exuded bohemian elegance, wearing a two-piece outfit from one of favorite designer's, Temperley London. The 'Delphia' separates are from Temperley's Spring 2016 collection which "celebrates global curiosities."
The 'Delphia' top (Â£830) has a contemporary cut with sheer shoulders and a short sleeve. The top is cropped at the natural waist and made from 100% nylon with a silk-blend lining. The matching
'Delphia' skirt (Â£1,705) is cut in an a-line maxi silhouette and made from 100% silk with a silk-blend lining.
Both pieces feature intricate embroidery motifs of Indian Chintz and lattice, and are detailed with light-catching crystals.
In the stock photo below, Net-a-Porter accessorized the Temperley separates with Gianvito Rossi Suede Sandals, so I wonder if Kate did the same?
ID UPDATE (14/04/2016)
Kate's shoes have been identified as the Gianvito Rossi Crisscross Ankle-Wrap Suede Sandals.
In addition to a new pair of shoes, Kate also carried a new clutch. The minaudiere was identified by @RomanceRoyal as the Prada black satin clutch with stone embellishment (US$1470).
Tonight, Kate wore her in a half-updo, revealing a pair of statement chandelier earrings.
The costume earrings date back to 2007 and they have also been spotted on Pippa. They are believed to be by Monet.
Tomorrow, the Duke & Duchess will continue their visit in the country's capital. They will meet with a charity supporting vulnerable young people in New Delhi, followed by a meeting with senior government leaders.
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