Kate Middleton’s royal tour wardrobe: How to get the look for less

See all of her outfits and get her best looks on a budget.

When we’ve not been cooing over the cuteness of Prince George and Princess Charlotte on the royal tour of Poland and Germany, we’ve been coveting mum Kate’s wardrobe.

This royal tour has seen Kate embrace local designers, wow in a bright red off the shoulder dress and pack a range of on-trend accessories including Prada sandals and big, bold earrings.

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Whichever look was your favourite, you can easily copy Kate’s style with these high street alternatives.

Kate arriving in Warsaw

What Kate did: Kate’s twill peplum Alexander McQueen coat was typical Kate – classic and elegant with a twist. The peplum accent adds interest.

What you should do: Try a peplum jacket. It has the same effect as Kate’s coat – nips in at the waist – but is a great wear-anywhere addition to your wardrobe. This Phase Eight piece will look just as good with a pair of kick flare jeans and a tee as it would with a smart occasion dress.

Kate at The Queen’s Birthday Garden Party in Warsaw

What Kate did: Paid homage to her host’s country by choosing a dress from Polish designer Gosia Baczynska and added a pair of classically cool pearl earrings from Oscar de la Renta.

What you should do: Never forget how blooming useful a pair of pearl earrings are. If you want something a bit different though, like Kate’s, add a pair of double pearl earrings to your accessory repertoire. You’ve probably seen the Mise en Dior Tribale earrings on the lobes of Rihanna, Emma Watson and Jennifer Lawrence, and while you might not be able to afford Dior, the high street has a host of copies which look almost as good as the real thing.

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Kate in Gdsank

What Kate did: Tapped into the co-ord trend with this Erdem two-piece from his SS17 collection.

What you should do: Team a floral midi skirt, like this from True Decadence, with a slub tee or a denim shirt – Holly Willoughby is a big fan of this look. You can always take a leaf out of Kate’s book and dress it up for an occasion too; simply add the matching top or a silky camisole.

Kate arriving in Berlin

What Kate did: Leaned on royal favourite Catherine Walker & Co for a coatdress in Berlin Blue, so-called because it was first developed in the city in the 18th century.

What you should do: Embrace a bright blue hue. We tend to veer towards the safety of a muted grey, navy or black for coats, but break out of the habit with a shade of royal blue. This Harris Wharf overcoat is lightweight enough to see you through autumn.

Kate at the German Ambassador’s residence, Berlin

What Kate did: Brightened up a garden party in this bold, off the shoulder Alexander McQueen maxi dress paired with Prada scalloped suede sandals and a cool pair of Simone Rocha drop earrings.

What you should do: Follow Kate’s lead with a similar style dress, like this one from Very, for your summer parties. Look for one with detail at the waist – be it a belt or elasticated – for a more flattering silhouette and add a pair of tassled earrings in a contrasting shade like black, gold or beige.

Kate in Heidelberg

What Kate did: She went bespoke in a summery yellow Jenny Packham dress. The fit and flare shape is universally flattering, which she teamed with nude accessories.

What you should do: Forget what you might think – that yellow does nothing for certain skin tones – and give it a go. There’s a variation of the shade out there for everyone, from sherbet-lemon to deep, dark mustard. We love this Joanie lace dress, similar in shape and pattern to Kate’s.

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Kate at River Neckar, Heidelberg

What Kate did: Proved to us, yet again, that everyone needs a Breton stripe top. Maybe even a few.

What you should do: If you don’t have a Breton striped top, get one! White with navy or black stripes never goes out of fashion and is a solid choice, but if you want to switch things up, go for red stripes or a cornflower blue base like Kate’s Hugo Boss tee. We've found a Gant one which is almost the same shade, if that's what you're after.

Kate at the Clarchens Ballhaus, the last original dancehall in Berlin

What Kate did: Chose a bird-print cocktail dress from German-born, London-based designer Markus Lupfer. The dress, from his pre-AW17 collection, was full of grandeur, opulence yet modernity too.

What you should do: Snap up something bird-printed, pronto. If you're a fan of prints and want something a bit different, it's a great print to try. Plus, if Kate's wearing it now you know it'll be a big trend. Try a jumpsuit (this one is from Yumi), trousers or a skirt.

Kate in Hamburg

What Kate did: Made us reconsider lilac. Her custom-made Emilia Wickstead dress is the right side of twee, and the saturated shade sits well with Kate's skin tone. She colour-blocked with a rouge Anya Hindmarch clutch like a pro.

What you should do: Think about colour blocking. It doesn't have to be lilac (but this ASOS dress is a great intro to the colour) and red, but choosing two more unusual shades - as opposed to muted or dark colours - will breathe new life into your wardrobe as you find interesting new combinations. Pink and red, and yellow and blue are great combos but if you're feeling a colour, wear it head-to-toe. 

Which look was your favourite from the royal tour? Tell us in the Comments box below.