Being a Royal doesn’t mean you can’t have fun when picking your outfits. No one took this more to heart than Princess Anne, the Queen’s only daughter. Below, she is seen in a 1975 Village Fete wearing a groovy patterned orange and green dress with a cute neon-green hat.
Now, on an everyday event held by commoners, this would have been considered outrageous; however, on the Royal Princess, it works. Her glamorous smile seems to add some spark to the total look, too. By some force of nature or divine styling, the flowers in her hand look like the perfect match for her outfit.
The Search for a Fantastic Fascinator
There is no need to look too far, and even the word sounds amazing – a fascinator. We have all become fascinated by this. These are basically hats that are out of the ordinary, like pieces of art for your head. Royal sisters Princess Eugenie and Beatrice love their fascinators, as seen below. Whenever they get a chance, they go for the wildest one and have proven it works. They are always noticed, and there is always something to say about how they look, whether they are good or bad.
In a Ceremony to honor Queen Elizabeth’s birthday, at the Trooping the Color Parade, Princess Eugenie wears a Vivien Sheriff fascinator with colorful brown and purple feathers. Princess Beatrice dons an ochre asymmetrical fascinator that resembles orange peels. Classy orange peels.
Show Off Your Figure
The former fashionable Princess of Wales wore the 80s style like no one else. The princess knew how to show off her figure while looking elegant. She never had to be too revealing or wear something outrageous to stand out. Even the most modest dress looked a million dollars on her.
Below, she is seen in a puffy white top, a chic burgundy belt, and a floral pencil skirt while attending a polo match in Cirencester in 1985. The key is to always balance your figure by wearing either puffy tops with pencil skirts or puffy skirts with slender tops.
Use Nude Nail Polish or Go Natural
Royals are usually seen with very neutral, nude nail polish, as demanded by the late Queen Elizabeth II. Her favorite shade was Essie’s ‘Ballet slippers,’ which obviously went very well with her bold-colored outfits. Even though she mostly wore gloves, her hands always had to look perfect. Clean, soft, and just with a little touch of color.
The Duchesses have followed in the Queen’s footsteps, wearing clear or nude nail polish. Above, we see Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle attend the Royal Foundation Forum with classy hands adorned with clear nail polish. Will we ever see them in bright red or dark purple polish?
The Silicone Pantyhose Keeps Things Slip-Free
Another dress protocol for Royal ladies is that they must always wear pantyhose to not expose their legs. It can rain, it can shine, and the pantyhose is mandatory. But as many of us know, pantyhose can sometimes slip, and ripped pantyhose is the tackiest thing to be caught in. Luckily, the royals have a solution for that, too.
To avoid accidents, Kate Middleton always wears pantyhose with silicone pads in the bottom so they can stick to her shoe. This is exactly what she did when attending Harry and Meghan’s wedding in 2018 in her white suit. Honestly, we didnt know she had them on.