, 2022-09-09 18:17:10,
Over her 70-years-reign, Queen Elizabeth II (died Sept.8, 2022) has inspired the world with her iconic style statement. From being a young princess from World War II to ruling Brain for the longest time in its history, Queen Elizabeth has remained Britain’s most enduring dresser of all times.
The late majesty’s style has been transformed during her 7 decades of rule, and court dressers from Norman Hartnell and Harny Amies to senior dresser Angela Kelly took the prime responsibility for the Queen’s exquisite attires. As the world immerses itself in the pain of the queen’s death, here is a throwback to her 15 most memorable fashion looks, because the queen once said: “had to be seen to be believed.”.
The ‘Young Princess’ Days
1. 1946: Chic Silouhettes And Luxe Fabrics
As a young debutante, Queen Elizabeth, who was a princess back in the 40s, knew herself to carry like a queen. Above is a 1946 photo of Elizabeth with Princess Margaret wherein a young Elizabeth can be seen in an elegant silhouette with luxe fabrics. Her curly hairstyle adds more glamour to her simple yet graceful look.
2. The Royal Wedding Gown
When we talk about Queen Elizabeth’s attire, her royal wedding gown remains unforgettable. A masterpiece by the court dresser, Normal Hartnell, made the then-princess stand out in the crowd during her wedding with Prince Philip in 1947.
The speciality of this masterpiece lies in the fact that this gown became a symbol of the “growth and rebirth…
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