What do you think, that the Queen just likes to wear bright colours or maybe it’s a royal protocol? Well, that’s not true. Then, what is the reason behind it?
Don’t worry! We have all the answers for you.
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On Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding reception at St. George’s Chapel, she wore a bright and elegant flared Stewart Parvin dress in lime, lemon, purple, and grey printed silk. This, she paired with a coordinating edge to edge coat with a frogging fastening in lime silk tweed.
Queen Elizabeth is more than just being the longest reigning monarch.
In addition to being England’s longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth has also become a style icon in her own right. It all happened with her now-signature look of bright monochromatic wardrobe.
Queen Elizabeth favours chic dresses with matching coats. Also, which are accessorised with white gloves, pearls, coordinating hats, and lady-like handbags. But, what really makes her outfits stand out?
It’s their vibrant hues. She’s been known to sport everything from lime green to robin blue and her attire for the most recent royal wedding was no exception.
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She accessorised her look with a matching Angela Kelly hat in the same lime green tweed with sinamay adorned across the crown with handmade lace crystals and pearls. However, her bright look wasn’t just a fashion statement for the happy nuptials.
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There was a very important and practical reason for it. According to her daughter-in-law, Sophie, the Queen’s tendency for wearing lively shades is to make sure that she stands out from the crowd. And so, people will be able to see her.
In the documentary: ‘The Queen at 90’, Sophie explains it, saying: “She needs to stand out for people to be able to say ‘I saw the Queen’. Don’t forget that when she turns up somewhere, the crowds are two, three, four and deep. And, people want to be able to say they saw a bit of her hat as she went past”.