The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge South East Asia 2012 Tour: Day 6 – Solomon Islands

Day 6 of the South East Asia 2012 tour lands the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in the Solomon Islands.

September 16 2012
Solomon Islands

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Upon arrival at the Honiara International Airport, greeted by traditional dancers. Wearing the Rose textured twill dress by Jonathan Saunders. Dress is described as “Textured, printed, buckle-fastening belt, pleated skirt, side pockets, partially lined. Concealed zip and hook fastenings at back.” Available at Harvey Nichols. Accessorized with LK Benette Harper shoes and the clutch that she was first carrying when she landed in Singapore.

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She’s also wearing green amethyst and diamond earrings by Kiki McDonald and a bespoke cream cocktail hat with mint bead details by Jane Taylor.

Banquet at Governor-General’s residence
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Wearing a strapless dress with a bright pink and orange batik design by a local store called Island Print. Accessorised with her Catherine Zoraida Spread your Wings (Scale) Bracelet. She appears to be wearing a long earring that ends with a red bead. The earrings have been identified as Red Coral Sponge Earrings by British designer Serretta.Hand made in England using rolled gold chain tassel with a tear drop coral stone. Available on myflashtrash. On her feet are Stuart Weitzman Minx Platform Wedge Sandals which feature braided-leather wedge sandals with crisscross straps at the vamp and a buckled strap at the ankle.

Thoughts:  Love her hat! Being unable to identify her taupe clutch is driving me nuts! Can someone help?

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