TORONTO - Kate is back in more formal attire for the Yellowknife leg of the royal tour, and she's wearing her first look on the trip from a Danish label.
The Duchess of Cambridge is wearing a Bullet dress from By Malene Birger.
The linen dress has slightly accentuated shoulders, three-quarter-length sleeves and a contrast waistband in olive green.
Kate stepped out in her latest look today as she and Prince William did a walkabout among the crowds clamouring to catch a glimpse of the royal newlyweds in the Northwest Territories capital.
The couple also paid a visit to the legislative assembly for a session of youth Parliament, followed by a reception.
Aside from her Canada Day ensembles, which included a red fascinator and heels, followed later by a purple dress, the colour palette of Kate's wardrobe has largely been steeped in darker hues. But in recent days, she has also incorporated a few paler shades into the wardrobe mix.
With the exception of a pair of dresses designed by Montreal-born designer Erdem Moralioglu and a navy blazer created by Toronto-based label Smythe, Kate has largely been seen wearing U.K. labels during the Canadian tour, which marks her first official visit abroad.
The royal couple is spending the remainder of the day in Yellowknife before flying out Wednesday to visit the fire-ravaged northern Alberta town of Slave Lake.
Calgary will be the last stop during their Canadian tour before the newlyweds head to California on Friday.