Kate Middleton Is Understated in Alexander McQueen, Jenny Packham on Day 4 in New Zealand

She also wore suede in the rain. Tsk, tsk.

Day four of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of New Zealand and Australia, for which they also toted along little shortalls-wearing Prince George, brought us not one, but two conservative-yet-elegant looks from the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton.

On Thursday, the pair got hit with some rain during a visit to the Blenheim War Memorial in New Zealand, where they took part in a wreath laying ceremony, followed by a visit to the Omaka Heritage Aviation Centre. The Duchess chose to protect herself from the elements with a gorgeous powder blue Alexander McQueen coat, a version of which you can buy now, and some not-so-practical accessories: a navy Stuart Weitzman clutch and navy pumps, both suede.

Later that evening, we were treated to a slightly more glam Duchess, who chose a dress by her go-to, Jenny Packham, for a state reception where they unveiled a new portrait of The Queen and Prince William made a speech about New Zealand.

The dress has a low hemline, of which the Queen would surely approve, a bateau neckline and a sparkling fern -- New Zealand's national symbol -- embroidered on the left shoulder. The duchess also wore a fern brooch on her red Catherine Walker coat during the first day of the trip.