The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal tour of the Caribbean has wrapped.
Throughout the tour, the duchess's fashion choices were punctuated with celebratory splashes of colour, as she turned to her favourite designers such as Jenny Packham, The Vampire's Wife, Mulberry and Roksanda — for official engagements. She also chose a number of vintage looks, including a colourful Willow Hilson Vintage dress and a YSL jacket, which she has owned since she was a university student in St Andrews, Scotland, from 2001 until 2005.
Here, we detail the designers worn by the Duchess of Cambridge on her public engagements during the royal tour of the Caribbean.
Blue Jenny Packham for her arrival in Belize
To begin the royal tour, the duchess wore royal blue from head to toe when she arrived in Belize on March 19.
She turned to one of her most trusted designers, Jenny Packham, for the lace peplum dress. It was accessorised with Emmy London Rebecca pumps and a scalloped clutch bag.
To match the tone of her dress and her engagement ring, she wore a sapphire and diamond necklace and earring set.
A Tory Burch day dress for first day of engagements
For her first full day of events in Belize, on March 20, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a blue floral Tory Burch tiered smock dress.
For her first set of engagements, which included a visit to the Che'il Mayan Chocolate Factory, the casual dress was accessorised with a woven Anya Hindmarch fan bag, Stuart Weitzman wedges and Sezane beaded earrings.
For a trip to Hopkins beach later in the day, she swapped her wedges for Stella McCartney espadrilles and added a pair of tortoiseshell Ray-Ban sunglasses.
Casual cargo trousers to visit archaeological sites
Their third day in Belize had the couple visiting an archaeological site deep in the Chiquibul Forest, and then a British army training unit.
For the visit to Caracol, an ancient Mayan site, the duchess chose a selection of high street brands. She wore a white T-shirt from John Lewis and G-Star Raw dark green cargo trousers with a plaited leather belt, white Superga trainers, Spells of Love earrings and a pair of black Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses.
To visit the British Army Training Support Unit in the Chiquibul Forest, she wore the same outfit, with the addition of an open Scotch & Soda long-sleeved safari shirt and swapped the Supergas for a pair of dark Palladium boots.
The Vampire's Wife for a glamorous reception
For the first formal reception of the trip, the Duchess of Cambridge chose a vibrant pink gown by The Vampire's Wife. The reception was held at the Mayan ruins at Cahal Pech on March 21.
She accessorised the gown with a Mayan embroidered handbag, with Jimmy Choo silver heels and earrings by Indian and Pakistani couture wear brand, O'nitaa.
The metallic pink dress echoed the style of a green midi-dress by the same designer, which the duchess wore to a reception at the Guinness Storehouse's Gravity Bar two years previously.
Vintage YSL to leave Belize
To wrap up her visit to Belize on March 22, the duchess arrived at the airport in a bold red jacket, which royal reporters have confirmed is a vintage YSL piece she has had since she was a university student.
The jacket was worn with white tailored trousers, a white Mulberry bag, white and gold Aquazzura heels, Anthropologie earrings and a Halcyon Days bangle.
Yellow Roksanda to reflect the Jamaican flag for Kingston arrival
Hours after they left Belize, the couple landed in Kingston, Jamaica, and the duchess had an entirely new outfit for her arrival.
She wore a vibrant yellow Roksanda dress with a statement bow on the shoulder. The dress had been customised for the royal with a set of sleeves.
The dress was accessorised with the same white and gold Aquazzura heels she wore to leave Belize, but with the addition of a white Ferragamo clutch bag, earrings by Sezane and a bangle by Jamaican brand Steelz and Mantraz.
Vintage dress for Kingston visits
For the duke and duchess's first engagements in Kingston, Jamaica, on March 22, Catherine chose a striped vintage dress.
The coral and turquoise piece is from Willow Hilson Vintage, and she wore it with Russell & Bromley pumps, Maria Black earrings and the same Steelz and Mantraz bangle she wore on arrival in the country.
Clean white Alexander McQueen suit for PM meetings
On the fifth day of the tour, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness and his wife Juliet Holness, and then visited Shortwood Teachers' College for a more relaxed engagement.
Wearing the same outfit for both events, the duchess chose a white wool blazer and slim-leg trouser set by Alexander McQueen, worn with a Ridley London silk crepe blouse.
She accessorised the look with a beaded 1960s bag from Willow Hilson Vintage, white Jimmy Choo pumps, Maria Black earrings, and the Steelz and Mantraz bangle she has worn previously in Jamaica with a new pearl bracelet by the same designer.
Green Jenny Packham gown for a formal dinner
Attending a formal dinner hosted by Patrick Allen, Governor-General of Jamaica, at King's House, Kingston on the evening of March 23, the duchess turned to Jenny Packham. The rich green gown was a custom piece, with shimmering details.
She wore a set of emerald earrings and a bracelet from Queen Elizabeth II's collection, along with her yellow Royal Family Order of Queen Elizabeth Il and the badge from the Royal Victorian Order.
'My Fair Lady' moment in Alexander McQueen
To attend the Inaugural Commissioning Parade for service personnel from across the Caribbean who have recently completed the Caribbean Military Academy’s officer training programme, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a bespoke Alexander McQueen dress.
The white, lace mid-length piece was accessorised with an Anya Hindmarch pearl-embellished satin clutch bag, a white Philip Treacy hat, ivory Emmy London pumps, Queen Elizabeth II's silver jubilee pearl earrings and Princess Diana's three-strand pearl bracelet.
Green Emilia Wickstead to leave Jamaica
After she wore yellow from the Jamaican flag to arrive on the island, the Duchess of Cambridge chose a green Emilia Wickstead Denver dress for her departure.
The piece, customised with the addition of sleeves, was previously worn by the duchess in 2021. It was accessorised with Gianvito Rossi suede pumps, Kiki McDonough drop earrings and Queen Elizabeth II's hummingbird brooch, which was a gift from Jamaica on the occasion of her golden jubilee in 2022. The bird is the country's national animal.
Emilia Wickstead to arrive in the Bahamas
One day, two Emilia Wickstead dresses. For her arrival into the Bahamas, the duchess wore a turquoise mid-length collared dress by the designer.
The look was finished with Sezane earrings with turquoise stones, Gianvito Rossi pumps and an envelope clutch.
Mint green Self-Portrait in the Bahamas
To attend daytime engagements, including a visit to Sybil Strachan Primary School in Nassau, the duchess wore a mint-green Self-Portrait pearl-embellished chiffon midi dress.
She accessorised it with white Jimmy Choo pumps and Nadia Irena's Maya earrings. Irena is a Bahamian jewellery designer, the first the duchess wore on the visit.
Shorts and a polo shirt to go sailing
The sporty duchess was out in full force at the Bahamas Platinum Jubilee Sailing Regatta on March 25.
She wore a Gill Marine polo shirt, chino shorts, Superga trainers, Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses and Spells of Love hooped earrings.
Undeterred by rain, the duchess later added a Tribord waterproof sailing jacket.
A princess gown for a night in the Bahamas
After drying off following the regatta, the Duchess of Cambridge changed into a light blue Phillipa Lepley satin gown to attend a reception hosted by the Governor-General of the Bahamas at Baha Mar Resort in Nassau.
The gown was accessorised with a Lulu Guinness Hayworth blue satin clutch bag, Gianvito Rossi pumps, and a Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra earrings and necklace set.
A pink day dress for the final day of engagements
For their final day of engagements, which included a visit to Daystar Evangelical Church in Abaco, to learn about the impact of Hurricane Dorian in 2019, the duchess wore a Rixo Izzy dress.
The dress was accessorised with a bright pink Natasha Cupcake clutch, Carina espadrille wedges, Finlay & Co sunglasses and her Nadia Irena Maya earrings once again.
To end the tour on a sunny note, the duchess wore a belted yellow Alessandra Rich dress, which felt like a departure from her other looks on the tour. Apt, as she wore it to depart the Bahamas on March 26.
The silk-jacquard peplum dress was worn with a white Ferragamo clutch bag, white Gianvito Rossi pumps and Patrick Mavros gold earrings.