Our predictions: Duchess Kate's royal tour wardrobe

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Our predictions: Duchess Kate's royal tour wardrobe
Bright and springy, this would be a great dress for Kate.
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It might be a little too loose for Kate's typical structured style, but it's just so pretty.
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She might not be an Australian designer, but as one of Kate's favorites, we're bound to see some Jenny Packham pieces on the tour.
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Kate's go-to for fabulous evenings out, this dress from Packham's cruise collection would be lovely at one of the more formal events.
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When we saw this dress come down the runway, it screamed Kate. Here's hoping there's an evening that warrants this dress!
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So springy and so Kate - we know she loves lace! It would be great to see her wearing some Alex Perry pieces.
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So it's a largely informal tour, but there miiight be a reason to get a little fancy. And if so, this dress is perfect!
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Bright (but not too bright) floral (but not too floral), this dress seems just about perfect, no?
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We're sure the Duchess will wear something from Ms. Wickstead when they arrive in New Zealand.
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New Zealand-based Karen Walker's Aoki Dress from would be a pretty patterned choice. 
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Hailing from Australia, this brand makes many pieces that are right up Kate's alley, including this pretty cap sleeved dress.
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Springy, bold patterns are the name of the game for Trelise Cooper. 
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The chic 'Sirius' dress from Roland Mouret has Princess Kate written all over it.
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Mouret's expertise when it comes to structured, flattering dresses is unparalleled.
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How cool are the shoulders on this dress?
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This jacquard dress is pretty and simple. Kate's would likely be a bit longer, and definitely belted.
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We're slightly obsessed with this McQueen coat, and it's got Duchess Kate written all over it.
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A favorite of all three Middleton women, Orla Kiely's flirty casual style is perfect for this trip.
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Our new favorite kind of peplum: on the sleeves! 
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Would Kate wear giraffes on her dress? Who knows, but she has worn a frock from Orla Kiely multiple times that was covered in little birds!
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LK Bennett + polka dots = perfection.
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Let's talk separates! This top and skirt from Temperley would look fantastic on Kate.
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This dress from the cruise collection is whimsical but still sophisticated.
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Okay, of all the pieces in this story, we're dying to see our favorite royal in this dress.
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Lacy, feminine and belted - it's perfect for Kate.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are busy planning their upcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand - and let's be serious, Kate's wardrobe is going to play a huge part. Well, that and the few photo ops for baby George!

We've heard that the Duchess plans to wear items from various brands and designers that hail from Australia and New Zealand, so we took a look at some of the favorites from down under. Brands like Collette Dinnigan and Karen Walker have an aesthetic that is right up Kate's alley. And Alex Perry - who took us by storm this year when Sandra Bullock repeatedly rocked his neon dresses on the red carpet - has quite a few pieces that would look fantastic on Princess Kate.

She's bound to keep to her favorites, wearing dresses from the likes of Jenny Packham, Alexander McQueen and Roland Mouret. Kate has worn Emilia Wickstead countless times so you can bet we'll see something by the New Zealand-born designer during the trip.

The last time William and Kate jetted off on a royal tour Kate wore a good mix of her favorite designers and local stars - like Singapore-born Prabal Gurung. She's very brand loyal and conscious of supporting British labels, but we're excited to see which she'll choose this time around. (On the right, Kate in Erdem)

It's been reported that she'll be wearing some stunning jewels from the Queen's personal collection, so let's take a moment to ponder what ensembles she'll choose to go with them. Above, our predictions for what Kate might wear this April. With over 30 outfit changes, it'll be a trip chock-full of high fashion!

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