The Duchess of Cambridge went from hiking chic to evening glamour as she continued her tour of the Kingdom of Bhutan with the Duke.
Kate looked elegant in a full-length red chiffon gown featuring a poppy pattern - a nod to the Himalayan blue poppy which is Bhutan's national symbol - as she greeted guests at an evening reception.
The £745 dress is named Juliet and is by British fashion house Beulah, one of the Duchess's favourite designers.
She partnered the striking gown with some simple black strappy peep-toe sandals.
Earlier in the day she had struck a very different sartorial note as she rocked a safari-style look as she trekked three hours to the holiest site in Bhutan, the Tiger's Nest monastery which stands 10,000ft up in the Himalayas.
She wore knee-high brown boots partnered with grey jeans, a white shirt and a khaki waistcoat.
The Duchess wore her hair down and sported a pair of sunglasses to complete the look.