Kate Middleton gets to have all the fashion fun!!!
The Duchess of Cambridge wowed during her and Prince William's Diamond Jubilee Tour in an impressive 18 different outfits, but it wasn't cheap!
For the nine-day tour of Singapore and the Solomon Islands, Kate, or rather her father-in-law Prince Charles, shelled out an estimated $32,000 for her wardrobe.
Here's breakdown of what each look cost Her Royal Highness:
-bespoke Jenny Packham dress embroidered with hand-painted orchids $1295
-graphic print Prabal Gurung dress $1990
-white eyelet Alexander McQueen suit $2100
-RAOUL blouse and matching skirt $570
-watercolor print Erdem $1450
-custom pale blue Jenny Packham dress with lace bodice $2745
-bespoke Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen white and gold gown $8100
-custom Beulah London silk dress $1450
-Zara blouse $32
-hand-dyed batik Tav Pacific NZ dress $400
-printed Jonathan Saunders dress $1360
-yellow Jaeger dress $290
-sleeveless navy blue broderie Anglaise Mulberry dress $965
-yellow eyelet dress by an unknown dress maker ???
-embroidered Alice by Temperley dress $965
-floral print Project D dress $510
-Temperley scarf $445
If you had your calculator handy, that only brings the total to $24,667 which probably means the remaining $7,333 was spent on clutches and jewelry.
Ugh! It's just not fair!
Take a look back at Catherine's tour wardrobe (below)!
[Images via WENN.]
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