October 16, 2019
ISLAMABAD-Prince William and Kate Middleton began the second day of their royal tour of Pakistan with a trip to the Islamabad Model College for Girls, where they highlighted the importance of girls’ education and witnessed the effects of the “Teach for Pakistan” scheme which helps disadvantaged kids. Kate chose a traditional look—a royal blue classic kurta with trousers and a scarf by designer Maheen Khan—for the engagement.
She completed her look with suede low-block heeled shoes in tan from New Look, costing just £23.99. Although the shade has since sold out, you can pick up the black or navy version online now. Prince William and Kate Middleton kicked off their second day in Pakistan with a trip to the Islamabad Model College for Girls, a government run school for disadvantaged 4- to 18-year-olds, where they focused on highlighting the importance of education for girls.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a royal blue classic kurta with trousers and a scarf by designer Maheen Khan for the engagement and looked absolutely stunning. Kate’s choice of attire is being compared with Princess Diana’s traditional wear and style when she visited Pakistan in 1996.
Khan, a Pakistani fashion and costume designer who has been working since 1972, has won awards as a designer for labels like The Embroidery House, Maheen, a couture label, and Gulabo, a high street label inspired by truck art. In addition to her groundbreaking work as a fashion designer, Khan has also done embroidery for films and television shows, including Snow White and the Huntsman and The Jewel in the Crown.
Kate chose a lovely, traditional ensemble for the outing, during which she and her husband saw “the effects of the ‘Teach for Pakistan’ scheme which helps disadvantaged kids,” according to the Daily Mail’s royal correspondent, Rebecca English. English also shared footage of Will and Kate arriving in the classroom at the Islamabad Model College for Girls on Twitter. Clearly, Day 2 of Will and Kate’s latest tour is off to an amazing start.
The 37-year-old wore pair of faux suede low block heels in tan by the high street brand during the school visit.
She completed her look with suede low-block heeled shoes in tan from New Look, costing just £23.99.
Although the shade has since sold out, you can pick up the black or navy version online now