In this vintage snapshot, Princess Margaret, the Queen’s younger sister, paid a visit to the White House. For the meeting, she chose a pink dress with a matching bolero and finished the look off with evening gloves. Along with meeting President Lyndon Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson, Margaret was also accompanied by her husband, Antony Armstrong-Jones.
According to royal protocol, lady royals are not always allowed to wear sleeveless dresses for the sake of modesty, but they can wear any amount of jewelry they want.
Meghan Markle has become a controversial figure in the Royal Family. The pressures of royal life became too much for her, so she and Prince Harry ultimately chose to leave the UK. Some have noted that Meghan shares the same passionate individuality as Diana, even when it comes to fashion.
Here Meghan wore a gown created by designer Safiyaa while she was on a royal tour to Fiji. Out of respect for the country they are visiting, British royals typically pay tribute to the country through their fashion. This beautiful blue dress is very similar to the blue shade found in Fiji’s flag.
In 1951, British photographer Cecil Beaton captured this stunning photo of Princess Margaret for her birthday. Christian Dior designed the beautiful dress she is wearing.
The single-shoulder dress was timeless with its elegant cream hue and gold embellishments. Princess Margaret decided to accessorize the gown with a jeweled necklace and earrings. It must have been a special design for her if she chose to be photographed in it for her birthday.
Alexander McQueen is another favorite designer of Duchess Kate. For her sister’s 2017 wedding, she wore a custom-made dress by the designer. The Alexander McQueen design was an elegant nude shade and had long sleeves. It was an eye-catching dress that was perfectly suited to Kate’s personal style without upstaging her sister.
To finish the look, Kate chose Gianvito Rossi suede pumps and a hat by designer Jane Taylor. For her jewelry, she chose morganite and diamond drop earrings by Kiki McDonough.
While it has taken a while for Camilla to be fully accepted into the royal family, she hasn’t been a slouch when it comes to fashion. For what she may have suffered in the tabloids, she at least has made sure to stay stylish.
In this 2013 photo, Camilla was attending a dinner in Amsterdam hosted by the Queen of the Netherlands, Queen Beatrix. Camilla showed up, accompanied by Prince Charles, in an elegant dress that was complemented by a glistening tiara.