Kate also opted to finish off her chic look, by paying homage to her Scottish title, the Countess of Strathearn, by wearing a yellow, red, and black tartan scarf and gold drop earrings from Scottish brand Hamilton & Inches.
When it came to beauty, the Duchess chose to style her hair in a voluminous, half ponytail and natural makeup.
But Kate wasn’t the only one coordinating their look, Prince William sported a navy blue jumper with a matching pair of trousers. However, he opted for a brown textured blazer, that not only broke up the blue, but also perfectly complemented his wife’s attire.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent their trip visiting the local hospital to participate in its grand opening, after it replaced the previous hospital which has served the Scottish community for 90 years.
Thanks to its new location, it has meant that many NHS services from the Scottish mainland have been restored and Orkney's population have been able to receive most of their health care at home.
As the cooler climate fast approaches the Southern Hemisphere, replicating Kate’s tonal attire doesn’t have to be difficult or break the bank. Below, we’ve rounded up similar styles that match her head-to-toe camel look.
The Matilda Coat in Camel, $599 at Friends With Frank.
North Star Mini Hoop Sleepers by Saint Valentine, $90 at The Iconic.
Double Weave Wide Leg Pant in Camel, $249 at Veronika Maine.
Cashmink Plaid Winter Scarf by Basque, $49 at Myer.
Brown 'Les Chaussuers Leon' by Jacquemus, $592 at SSENSE.