The Duchess of Cambridge turned to Temperley London again as she met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on day three of the royal tour.
Her £795 jade Desdemona dress with high mock neck, fitted waist and fluted midi hem accentuated with cotton voile pleats is described by the brand as having an "alluring bohemian vibe" with "vintage-inspired lace reminiscent of traditional Spanish folk costume".
The outfit from the label's Autumn 2016 season is available to pre-order.
It is the second time during the seven-day overseas visit that Kate has opted for the British label set up by Alice Temperley.
Yesterday, she wore an Indian-inspired monochrome £995 Delphia beaded top and £1,995 ankle-length skirt to a birthday party in New Delhi held in honour of the Queen.
Kate had her hair styled in an up do and carried LK Bennett's Natalie clutch bag for the informal talks with Mr Modi.
The look was given a thumbs-up by Kate's fashion followers on Twitter with @TheRoyalRecord describing it as "gorgeous", while @RoyalKateUpdate wrote: "Kate has been looking like something out of 1920s India this tour, and I love it."
Earlier in the day, Kate was seen in a more relaxed look - a red printed maxi dress with black belt and £175 Russell & Bromley blush suede Xpresso flats. Her £8 bead earrings were from Accessorize.