Princess Kate's style streak continues on day three of her royal tour of India!
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After stunning in a black-and-white patterned ensemble during Monday's garden party honoring Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday, Kate opted for a more demure jade green dress for lunch with the Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi on Tuesday.
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The $1,395 vintage-inspired lace dress by Temperley London features a high mock neck, fitted waist and paneled skirt. She paired the elegant dress with her go-to nude pumps and a woven clutch bag.
Earlier in the day, Kate channeled her bohemian side in a long burgundy printed maxi dress designed by Glamorous UK during a visit to a children's charity run by the Salaam Baalak Trust in New Delhi. And after days of walking (and hopping!) in heels, the royal switched gears and wore a pair of cream flats from Russell & Bromley.
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The royal hasn't missed a fashion beat since she arrived in India with husband Prince William on Sunday. She kicked off the tour in a gorgeous Alexander McQueen dress featuring a traditional Indian ambi print design in shades of burnt orange and white.
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To tackle the cricket field, Kate slipped on a pair of taupe espadrille wedges from the British store Monsoon paired with a tunic dress by Mumbai designer Anita Dongre.
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In her final look on Sunday, Kate went for full-on glamour in a custom-made Jenny Packham design for a Bollywood gala. The royal blue, sari-inspired gown featured intricate bead work that was hand-finished in India and included a matching sheer long-sleeved cape and clutch bag.
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For a visit to a technology event on Monday in Mumbai (where we learned that there are some things Kate simply won't sample!), the royal wore one of her favorite designers, Emilia Wickstead.
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For her final look of day two – worn to a garden party honoring Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday – Kate chose a black-and-white patterned ensemble by Temperley London, another of her favorite designers. The $2,995 embroidered silk organza maxi skirt is detailed with crystals and intricate black crochet trims and matches the delicate $1,525 tulle top.
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What do you think of Kate's style choices in India? Which looks is your favorite so far? Sound off in the comments below!