The Duchess of Cambridge has landed in Denmark for her first royal solo trip - and with it she brings a wardrobe of stylish looks. Here Vogue Scandinavia charts them all
In what has been pegged as one of her most important trips to date, the Duchess of Cambridge is in Denmark this week to promote her work with the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.
As an ambassador of the high street and homegrown talent, this tour is also bound to be a sartorial success with the future queen serving her playful nods to diplomatic dressing and immaculate blow-dries.
While the trip is brief, it’s her first solo visit, a landmark step for her role in the royal family. On the itinerary she will be welcomed by Queen Margrethe of Denmark and then joined by Crown Princess Mary. The tour will see her make an official visit to a Danish project working to protect vulnerable women and children from domestic violence.
For her visit to the Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project at the University of Copenhagen, she opted for a blazer from Zara, frill collar top from me+em, midi Mayfair bag from Aspina of London, Gianvito Rossi suede pumps, ‘Cha Cha’ earrings from Maria Black and Monica Vinader vintage chain pearl necklace.
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Double breasted blazer
Mayfair crocodile-embossed bag
Aspinal of London
For a trip to Stenurten Forest Kindergarten, Kate wore a cream ribbed roll neck sweater, Danish brand Seeland jacket, jeans, Blundstone boots and Liv Thurlwell Bobble hoop earrings.
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Woodcock Advanced Jacket
Brown Leather Boots
To meet Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and Queen Margrethe of Denmark at Christian IX's Palace, the Duchess of Cambridge delivered her princess moment in a Catherine Walker 'Marine' coat completed with a Maria Black earrings and a vintage Monica Vinader pearl necklace.
Nura baroque pearl pendant charm
Throughout the visit, the Duchess sported her trademark sweeping curls causing an instant spike in searches for "how to curl hair". To achieve the look, use a tapered curling wand tilted downwards. The coned shape of the wand will help keep the locks around your face loose, while the ends remain bouncy. Always use a heat protectant and spritz a high-shine finishing spray for some extra gloss.