Kate Middleton is sticking to classic shoe styles in neutral hues for her visit to India this week — at least so far. The Duchess of Cambridge chose L.K. Bennett pumps and Russell & Bromley flats for her engagements Tuesday in Delhi.
For lunch with Indian prime minister Narenda Modi, Middleton chose L.K. Bennett nude pumps to wear with her sea green Temperley London lace dress. Earlier, she met with local children at a New Delhi charity center, wearing a long-sleeved red floral print maxi dress from Glamorous and Russell & Bromley nude flats.
On Tuesday evening, Middleton and her husband, Prince William, have flown to the more rural area of Assam for a two-day visit that focuses on conservation issues. Their first event was a festive campfire celebration.
On Monday, the Duchess wore Rupert Sanderson ‘Pink Lady’ textured kid-leather Calice pumps, which feature a pointed toe and skinny set-back heel. She paired the style with an off-white Emilia Wickstead dress, and looked elegant while meeting young Indian entrepreneurs and paying respects to Gandhi at a museum and memorial. Middleton took the Sanderson shoes off while paying respects, giving photographers, and onlookers, a chance to see the shoes close up.