Saturday, 16 April 2016

The Royal Wardrobe: bold and bright

We have had some huge bursts of colour this week on the Royal Wardrobe with reds, pinks and blues brightening up the spring days. In fact, things are hotting up nicely. Kate has had her own special Royal Wardrobe all week so she misses out this time - here are five other outfits that made us go wow this week.

Queen Maxima recycled her outfit from King's Day 2015 and made a lot of people very happy. This lipstick pink dress and knock out hat win every time. The colour, the shape and the style are all perfect and even the darker pink shoes and bag work. The style queen of Europe is at it again.

Crown Princess Mary added a stand out red dress to her brand new tiara and stole the show at the State Banquet held for the visit of the President of Mexico and his wife. The flouncy layers of the skirt were super while the formal top and loose arms made this a modern take on gala dressing. Plus who doesn't love new diamonds? Chic and stylish.

Queen Rania of Jordan chose a blue and green print dress for a visit to Washington and wowed while she was at it. The simple structure of the dress mixed with its unusual pattern and striking colours turned this into a fashion experience and a half. Elegance and then some.

Queen Letizia of Spain chose a black and white trouser look in the week that took her back to the top of the style class. The neatness and prettiness of the jacket just increases with every look while the simple, straight leg trousers are the perfect accompaniment. Add in curly hair and you have a stellar look.

For big, bold colours, Queen Margrethe of Denmark takes some beating and the beautiful blue coat she chose for the welcome at the start of the Mexican State Visit really is stand out. The shade is lovely, the shape is lovely and the little hat matches it and then some. It's a winning look for this birthday queen who turns 76 this week.

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