The Duchess of Cambridge never disappoints in the fashion stakes and she's been wowing on her current royal tour.
So far, we've seen the 40-year-old mom of three mix up splashes of colour with vintage pieces, and include plenty of her favourite designers.
She’s also kept her make-up more natural and low-key than in previous years, lending her a youthful, vibrant look, and has experimented with different hairstyles.
Here are our top picks from Kate's Caribbean wardrobe.
ROYAL BLUE DREAM
Kate chose to kickstart her royal tour in what else but royal blue. She made her chic arrival in Belize in a stunning lace peplum two-piece from one of her favourite designers, Jenny Packham.
She accessorised with Emmy London heels, a scalloped clutch bag and a sapphire and diamond necklace and earring set that once belonged to Princess Diana.
For her first set of engagements in Belize, which included a visit to the Che’il Mayan Chocolate Factory, she chose a blue floral, tiered smock dress by Tory Birch which she accessorised with a woven Anya Hindmarch fan bag, Stuart Weitzman wedges and Sézane beaded earrings.
Kate was breathtaking in a shimmery pink gown by British label The Vampire’s Wife as she attended a special reception held at the Mayan ruins at Cahal Pech. The event was hosted by the Governor General of Belize in celebration of Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee.
Kate accessorised with a Mayan embroidered handbag, Jimmy Choo silver heels and earrings by Indian and Pakistani couture brand O’nitaa.
To wrap up her visit to Belize, the duchess arrived at the airport in a vintage YSL orange jacket, a piece she's reportedly had since her university days. She wore it with white tailored trousers, a white Mulberry top-handle bag, white and gold Aquazzura heels, Anthropologie earrings and a Halcyon Days bangle.
In a nod to one of the colours of the Jamaican flag, the duchess touched down in the country wearing a sunshine yellow Roksanda dress with a statement bow on the shoulder.
She completed her look with white and gold Aquazzura heels, a white Ferragamo clutch bag, earrings by Sézane and a bangle by Jamaican brand Steelz and Mantraz.
For her and William's first engagements in Kingston, Jamaica, Kate chose a pretty striped dress from Willow Hilson Vintage. She accented it with nude Russell & Bromley pumps, Maria Black earrings and the same bangle she wore on her arrival in the country.
On day five, the duchess went for a business chic look for her meeting with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness and his wife, Juliet. She donned a white wool blazer and slim-leg trouser set by another of her favourite designers, Alexander McQueen. She wore it with an orange Ridley London silk crepe blouse.
Accessories included a beaded 1960s bag from Willow Hilson Vintage, white Jimmy Choo pumps, Maria Black earrings and a bangle and pearl bracelet by Steelz and Mantraz.
No one does evening gowns quite like Kate and she once again turned to her most trusted designer, Jenny Packham, for this stunning green off-the-shoulder gown for a formal dinner hosted by the Governor General of Jamaica, Patrick Allen, at King's House in Kingston.
In a nod to her grandmother-in-law, she wore a set of emerald earrings and a bracelet from the queen's collection. She paired it with her own personal special insignia which includes the yellow Royal Family Order badge and the Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victoria Order (GCVO), which Kate usually reserves for formal royal occasions. She swept her hair back into an elegant bun for a flawlessly elegant look.
Sources: thenationalnews.com, townandcountrymag.com