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Outfit Ideas Inspired from Kate and William’s Royal Visit to Pakistan

Many people have been awaiting the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate. And now that their royal tour has officially begun, they’re all over the news and we just can’t get enough of their amazing outfits!

Prince William’s traditional Pakistani sherwani suit for the reception hosted by the British High Commissioner to Pakistan and Kate Middleton’s eastern wear every-single-time has simply taken us all the back to when Lady Diana, the Princess of Wales, visited Pakistan in 1991! Not to mention the Royal couple’s entry in a rickshaw has simply hit the the bulls-eye!

Here are some ideas to help you recreate William and Kate’s looks as closely as possible:

The pant-suit has been a common formal attire for men since the early days. And Prince William just reiterated during his visit that a pant-suit is a timeless dressing for men!


There’s no doubt that Prince William carried his green sherwani by the Pakistani designer Naushemian with absolute grace and glory. And if he can pull it off so well, you shouldn’t have too much trouble either!

Ever since Prince William’s and Kate Middleton’s wedding, the royal couple has become an inspiration for not just their humanitarian acts but their iconic style as well.

Kate and William’s Pakistan tour has been highly anticipated, and the nation’s enthusiasm over the visit says it all. Not to mention, the people are absolutely thrilled to see Kate in Pakistani attire and William in a sherwani.

And the Duke and Duchess’s most glam moment in a rickshaw has truly become a fan-moment for us all.

William, with Kate by his side, delivered a keynote speech in an event and said,

“For a country so young, Pakistan has endured many hardships, with countless lives lost to terror and hatred. Tonight I want to pay tribute to all those who have endured such sacrifice and helped to build the country that we see today.”

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