Saturday, 2 April 2016

The Royal Wardrobe: keeping it light

It's been all about jackets in the Royal Wardrobe this week. It's been a quiet seven days as the Easter holidays continue and the appearances we have had have involved losing the winter coats and keeping it light in layers. We've had business like and casual and a couple of looks in between. Here are five style statements from this week's Royal Wardrobe.

Princess Charlene went for a formal casual mix when she added a cropped, padded jacket to skinny jeans for a sporting event. Her blue and black mix was worn to the Princess Charlene Rally and while zippy jackets and jeans aren't your average royal engagement fare, this on trend outfit seemed very appropriate for the event itself and looked great into the bargain. Charlene does super style.

Crown Princess Mette-Marit chose a pretty marl mix dress for a visit to a music festival in the week. It was light and bright in an end of winter way and was casual enough for a relaxed event while looking smart all at the same time. This look really suits Mette-Marit and she scored a style winner as spring got under way.

Queen Maxima gave us a rhapsody in blue when she chose a sleeveless dress for an engagement at the end of the week. The two tone outfit was rather business like which was rather appropriate as she was talking about small and medium sized enterprises at an event in Amsterdam. 
(photo European Commission and

It was all about business for Queen Letizia this week too as she chose a plum suit we've seen before but which looked a bit lighter and brighter this time round. Maybe it was the addition of the killer heels, maybe it was the blush coloured top but this outing for this skirt combo had a real air of spring about it.

Showing everyone how to keep it light was Queen Rania who chose a super stylish top and trousers combo this week. From the tie detail on the blouse to the clever mix of colours, this was elegance at its best and help set the style standard for spring and summer.

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