Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II’s inimitable fashion sense was defined by her bold use of colour, and her wearing of hats, at public events. Photo: Pool/AFP
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II’s inimitable fashion sense was defined by her bold use of colour, and her wearing of hats, at public events. Photo: Pool/AFP
Fashion

Queen Elizabeth’s fashion sense, the designers who shaped it over 75 years and the royal dress code’s rules

  • The late British monarch was known, especially in her later years, for her bold use of colour in her many outfits. This wasn’t just a sartorial choice
  • It was ‘to ensure she is easily visible on important occasions’, the curator of a royal fashion exhibition revealed. It was for that reason she wore hats, too

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II’s inimitable fashion sense was defined by her bold use of colour, and her wearing of hats, at public events. Photo: Pool/AFP
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II’s inimitable fashion sense was defined by her bold use of colour, and her wearing of hats, at public events. Photo: Pool/AFP
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