At formal events, they wear haute couture dresses, hats and precious jewelry, and at informal gatherings – simple dresses, knee-length skirts and even jeans. Get inspired by the informal costumes of Queen Elizabeth II, Lady Di, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle.
For informal meetings, Queen Elizabeth II puts on dresses in bright colors, costumes and coats instead of evening dresses, crowns and expensive jewelry.
The royal icon Kate Middleton prefers simple dresses, well-cut outerwear or suits. She even wears jeans, knee-length boots and down jackets, including a favorite from the Barbour brand.
The sister-in-law of the Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan Markle, is an individualist – she dresses a little differently for every occasion. She likes to combine jeans with an oversized shirt, and in her wardrobe you can also find a lot of maxi dresses.
The late Lady Di showed the royal family a more casual, yet no less elegant dress code. It made sporting items such as cycling shoes fashionable long before the expansion of the athleisure style.
The Queen changes style at the country estates of Sandringham and Balmoral, where she rides, hikes or hikes in the mountains, or traverses the wilderness in a jeep. Then she puts on checkered skirts with a button-down shirt and a vest or jacket.
This article originally appeared on Vogue.com.au.