We’re celebrating the Queen’s Jubilee, as her 70th year of service to this country, by taking a look back over her most esteemed outfits throughout her lifetime.
Queen Elizabeth II has always been known for her brightly coloured rainbow wardrobe, and loves to celebrate the fashion of British designers and couturiers. It’s a known secret that the Queen favours these uplifting outfits, with a splash of colour in order to ensure that the crowds can see her at every event.
Her Majesties dressers and designers never fail to ensure that she looks just right, from each carefully selected outfit down to the Queen’s staple Launder handbags, and the same Anello & Davide heels she had worn for 50 years, the Queen is known to be a style icon.
Take a look at a gorgeous selection of the Queen’s wardrobe throughout the years below:
It’s not just Queen Elizabeth’s outfits that are iconic, it’s also her jewellery and accessories that complete the look! Queen Elizabeth often uses her brooches to convey a message to the world, and many hold a special meaning.
First pictured here as newlyweds in 1947, then later in 2007 as the Queen and Prince Phillip celebrate their diamond wedding anniversary in Hampshire 2007. Both times the Queen chose to wear her Chrysanthemum Brooch, a sapphire and diamond pin which was first worn while they celebrated there honeymoon together.
The boutique is open over the Jubilee bank holiday weekend, so get your appointment booked in to come and find your show stopping wedding dress!