The Duchess of Cambridge stunned in a striking cream dress as she arrived at a meeting with young entrepreneurs in Mumbai on Monday.
On the second day of the royal tour in India, Kate's dress was designed by Emilia Wickstead - a designer she has favoured on a foreign tour before.
On the couple's trip to New Zealand in 2014 she wore one of the New Zealand-born, London-based designer's outfits - a blue pleated dress - to a Dunedin church service.
The full skirt of the dress - which also had an on-trend Peter Pan collar and two breast pockets - fell just below her knees.
She paired the demure piece with nude heels and a matching clutch bag.
The Duke of Cambridge played it safe and smart in a navy suit and royal blue tie.
On the first day of the tour on Sunday, Kate impressed in the fashion stakes by combining her loyalty to British designers with inspiration from her host country.