Royal gowns fashion
Royal gowns fashion. London is swinging again thanks to bride- and princess-to-be Kate Middleton. Nicknamed the “high-street princess,” the Berkshire native is experiencing sudden fashion icon status, and her accessible “Sloane Ranger” look has an American equivalent. We take a look at some past and present royal fashion icons.
Princess Diana
When she wasn’t charming the masses, the beloved “People’s Princess” was stopping admirers in their tracks with her elegant style, which propelled her to 1980s icon status. See her on her wedding day.
Princess Grace
It was a fairy-tale story for this City of Brotherly Love native who became Hollywood royalty before she was crowned princess of a microstate. The beauty’s famous wardrobe was recently on display.
Queen Elizabeth II
Known for her proper style, the queen happened to host a fashion industry reception last year. Twelve pieces of her majesty’s famous wardrobe recently arrived in this Irish city for another event for up-and-coming designers.
Queen Rania
She rules a kingdom on the East Bank (and has been known to hang out with another fashionable lady) and wowed in a floral dress last year. The fashion jewel is known for her light-colored dresses highlighted with belts.
Princess Madeleine
The 28-year-old princess of a Nordic country may not play a large role politically, but the blond beauty has created a buzz in the fashion world.
Mary Elizabeth
She is a princess of a Northern European country who is said to have a similar fashion sense to a princess-to-be.
Princess Letizia
The heir apparent to the throne of a country that borders the Mediterranean, this beautiful princess has stolen the spotlight on many occasions, including with this hot number. She’s known to wear 4-inch heels and tight-fitting suits.
Zara Phillips
Eldest granddaughter to the queen, the daughter of Princess Anne has a bit of a wild side, which shows through in her fashion sense. She even rocked a Pob.