QUEEN ELIZABETH ICONIC LOOKS OF ALL TIME
Queen Elizabeth II was the Queen of the United Kingdom from 1952 to September 2022. Her fashion legacy is defined as elegance and subtleness. With time the queen’s style changes from time to time but she never fails to make a fashion statement. Her era from 1960 to the 1980s mostly evolve around wool coats and frocks. Let’s take a look at some of the iconic fashion moments from Queen Elizabeth’s fashion legacy.
1. QUEEN ELIZABETH WEDDING DRESS
The ever royal wedding take place in 1947. It is said that dress was made in a very short time less than 3 months from the wedding. The dress design was kept secret from the press and it took 350 people to design the dress in this short time without leaking any news about the big day. It was designed by Norman Hartnell one of the top-ranked designers in England at that time. The veil of the dress has 10,000 hand-sewn seed pearl designs in a floral pattern that were imported from America.
2. QUEEN ELIZABETH ON HER ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE 1999
This dress was one of her choices that made everyone a bit shocked. She opts for a floor-length yellow color gown, the upper part of the gown has repeating patterns with elongated squares. The upper part of the dress was full of different colors including pink, purple, green, yellow, and orange. She accessorized the dress with a mini golden bag.
3. KATE MIDDLETONS WEDDING IN 2011
It was a royal wedding of Prince William in which she wore a subtle dress. The dress was designed by her long-time designer Angele Kelly. She served as the Personal Assistance and a senior dresser of the Queen. The queen wore a pale yellow subtle dress to the big event. She carries a white handbag with her and a flower-embellished hat. The sales of HM’s beloved Launer handbags shot up by 60% after she was spotted carrying the bag at the wedding.
4. A GRAND DEBUT IN 1951
The tour of the Mediterranean island of Malta in 1951, where she spend most of her life when her husband was in the Royal Navy. She made an appearance in a purple gown embellished with crystals along with a furry stole. She accessorized her dress with a diamond necklace and a small handbag which are considered her signature accessories.
Queen Elizabeth II was not only the head of the country but also a fashion icon too. Over time her fashion style evolves always setting a new trend of elegance and grace. Her fashion legacy will always be one of the iconic moments in fashion history.
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