Fashion Royalty: The Best Dressed Royals in the World

While Hollywood actresses amaze us with their design choices and models wear the up and coming fashion trends, it is the world’s royals who often “wear it best”. Princesses and queens around the world use their fashion to make a statement and the results are often stunning.

Of course, it shouldn’t be hard for royals to nail a style. After-all, these people have access to the best designers and often for free! While there’s plenty of reasons to look up to the world’s female royalty, fashion is certainly amongst those reasons. In the modern era of royals, princesses are creating dynamic looks for numerous occasions.

Sure, most people still look to royalty to be on the pulse of fashion elegance. Certainly, when there’s a luxurious event or ceremony, royals typically deliver with sophistication. However, even in casual day-to-day life royals often look effortless and charming. Are you telling me Kate Middleton doesn’t look amazing even if she’s sitting on her sofa playing Netbet games like slots, or kicking back with a Netflix binge?

You know she probably looks tip-top even in those moments of relaxation. That’s why I think Kate is the world’s best-dressed royal. But who are the rest of the best?

Kate Middleton (Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge)

Kate Middleton’s journey to fashion icon has been amazing to watch. From homely college student who fell in love with the future King of England, Kate has managed to integrate that casual style into the elegance of royalty. Famous for using fashion items from high street brands, the Duchess mixes affordable with designer wear with notable ease, allowing her to become a true fashion icon. It’s the effortlessness of Kate’s fashion and makeup that make her such a role model.

Queen Letizia (Spain)

Letizia is similar to Kate Middleton, using simple designs to create a charming effect. Elegance is a big part of the fashion repertoire offered by the Queen of Spain. Letizia honed her style while spending years as a news anchor before she married King (then Prince) Felipe VI in 2004. The Queen uses wardrobes that are heavy in sophistication, evoking classic formal fashion choices that are timeless.

Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz (Saudi Arabia)

Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz is a Californian born member of the Saudi royal family through marriage to HRH Sultan bin Fahd bin Nasser bin Abdulaziz. She is a major fashion icon both within Saudi Arabia and across the world. Deena has been heavily involved in fashion since being a child and was notably the editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia until 2017. Famed for her casual street style, Princess Deena manages to combine low-key with high fashion with aplomb.

Lady Amelia Windsor (United Kingdom)

Despite being 37th in line for the British throne, Lady Amelia Windsor is standing out amongst British Royalty because of her modern fashion. The 22-year old cousin of Prince William and Prince Harry has become a regular in the U.K. fashion scene by largely eschewing classic royal styles. Embracing street looks and modern dress, Lady Amelia is an It Girl who has modelled for brands such as Dolce & Gabbana.

Sheikha Moza bin Nasser (Qatar)

Her Highness Sheikha Moza bin Nasser is the consort of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani in Qatar and a political force within the country. Appearing on Forbes’ 100 Most Powerful Women list, Moza manages to succeed as a fashion icon while sticking to the serious world of politics. She utilizes traditional middle east/Muslim dress but manages to achieve a modern look that is both elegant and daring.

Meghan Markle (Duchess of Sussex)

American actress Meghan Markle became a British royal in 2018 when she married Prince Harry. Markle has quickly been embraced as a fashion icon, combining the best style ideas from the worlds of celebrity and royalty. Meghan has the pick of the best designers and has embraced them to dress in some of the most iconic looks of the last year. Perhaps not as effortless as Kate Middleton, there’s no doubt that Markle has brought Hollywood glamor to the British Royal Family.

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