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The Duchess Of Cambridge's India And Bhutan Outfits Were Truly Stunning

Summer wardrobe goals.

11/04/2016 12:14 | Updated 19 April 2016

The Duchess of Cambridge may have now finished her seven-day tour of India and Bhutan with Prince William, but that doesn't mean we can't still look over her outfit changes in awe.

Combining her favourite British designers, with elegant nods to the local style, the Duchess made a total of 17 wardrobe changes - with an impressive four different dresses in one day alone.

See every single outfit she wore to official engagements below:

  • Sunday 10 April
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    Paying tribute to the victims of the Mumbai terror attacks at the Taj Hotel in a red shift dress with peplum detail by Alexander McQueen, teamed with L.K Bennett court shoes and Accessorize earrings.
  • Sunday 10 April
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    Playing cricket during a visit to meet children from Magic Bus, Childline and Doorstep, at the Oval Maidan in Mumbai wearing a printed dress by Mumbai-born designer Anita Dongre and Monsoon wedges.
  • Sunday 10 April
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    Attending a Bollywood Inspired Charity Gala at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel with Prince William in a bespoke sari-like gown by Jenny Packham.
  • Monday 11 April
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    Meeting young entrepreneurs in Mumbai in an Emilia Wickstead midi-dress.
  • Monday 11 April
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    Attening a garden party celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday in New Delhi in a a monochrome crop top and skirt by Temperley.
  • Tuesday 12 April
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    Participating in an arts class with street children, run by charity Salaam Baalak in New Delhi, wearing a patterned maxi dress by high street brand Glamorous.
  • Tuesday 12 April
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    Attending a lunch event with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi in a Temperley frock with an added modesty panel.
  • Tuesday 12 April
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    Attending the Bihu Festival Celebration at Diphlu River Lodge in a printed dress from Anna Sui and black Pied a Terre wedges.
  • Wednesday 13 April
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    Going on safari through Kaziranga National Park wearing a pair of Zara skinnies, a polka-dot RM Williams shirt and Ray Ban sunglasses.
  • Wednesday 13 April
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    Still at the park, the Duchess changed into an embroidered frock from Topshop (and yes, it's already sold out).
  • Thursday 14 April
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    Arriving in Bhutan donning a sunshine yellow coat-dress by Emily Wickstead.
  • Thursday 14 April
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    To meet the King and Queen of Bhutan, the Duchess wore a Paul & Joe top with a purple and teal skirt (called a Throngdrel), custom-made in London from Bhutanese fabric.
  • Thursday 14 April
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    The Duchess of Cambridge wore this floor-length Tory Burch embellished dress with an orange shawl and black strappy sandals for dinner with Bhutan's royal couple.
  • Wednesday 15 April
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    Hiking up to Tiger's Nest Monastery in Zara trousers, a vest from Really Wild Clothing and a white collared shirt and pair of riding boots that have been in her closet for more than a decade.
  • Friday 15 April
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    For ther last night in Bhutan, she donned a flowing poppy-printed gown from Beulah.
  • Saturday 16 April
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    After jetting back to Agra, India for the final day of their trip, she wore a white Aexander McQueen suit, her nude pumps once again and a necklace gifted to her by the Queen of Bhutan.
  • Saturday 16 April
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    Visiting the Taj Mahal before their departure, wearing a Naeem Khan dress, her nude heels and a pair earrings she bought on the mountainside in Bhutan.
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