Kate Middleton's latest tour of India, has got me having some serious wardrobe envy. Keeping it elegant and classy she embraced the countries love of colour and print but keeping it Kate, still managed to give it a British twist.  

After this photograph of her wearing Anita Dongre playing cricket went viral, Dongre's website crashed, showing just how much of an influence she has. She's come along way since her awkward arrival with the British media, but Kate is now a royal-fashion pro.

Rocking a lot of Bohemian prints, Kate latest looks give women the confidence to wear colour & prints but in a subtle and conservative way.

Photos taken of the couple at the Taj Mahal remind us all of that iconic photo of Williams Mother, Diana sitting alone. Kate wore a beautiful white & blue embroidered dress by Naeem Khan showing true diversity wearing high street & designer. 

I feel the Duchess pays a fashionable homage to Princess Diana.

So bravo, for all the hard work Kate (plus your stylist) I can't wait to see what's next. 

Keep it up!

Do you like Kate's style? Let us know & tweet us @maximumpop!


Coachella for me has never been about the music, its all about the celebrities and fashion. But if like me you not one of the super lucky attendants of this year's festival, you'll hopefully be attending a British one this summer. (Its just like Coachella but with a lot more mud & a lot less sunshine.)

But what are the festival must haves this year? I've picked what I think are the must haves for festival season '16 straight from the high street! 

Festival gems, because well why not? These blue coloured gems from Lottie London range, (available at River Island) are called Glastonbury glam, perfect for jazzing up any outfit.

This Elephant print screams festival! The bohemian print and cold shoulders from H&M is part of there H&M hearts Coachella collection available online now, I mean could you get more festival?

Big sunglasses are a must, not only to are they stylish but they hide those bags under your eyes. These tinted Monki lenses from Asos are the perfect accessory with any outfit. 

Whether it's a day festival or your getting ready in a tent, a waistcoat is always a good idea. Easy to chuck on with just about anything this soft pink suedette number is my pick. PLUS look fringing... could that be any more festival?

A tie-dye tee is a festival staple, this one from Topshop is just the right mixture of girly pink & punk attitude. Wear with dungarees, shorts or layer with a maxi either way, tie-dye is never out. 

What will you be taking with you this year? We'd love to hear about it tweet us @maximumpop!