Queen Elizabeth's effortless style
Posted on 21 April 2016
Today, the 21th of April, is Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday and to mark the occasion, we have collected different times when we have been inspired by her style. She is an iconic British figure and throughout the year has conserved a traditional yet colourful wardrobe. Well known for her majestic hats and colourful jackets, her elegance has allowed her to be able to evolve through the decades.
So why not get some inspiration for your future outfits with our little guide to her effortless style!
As a child, here at the Royal Lodge in 1936, she was seen with more comfortable clothes and this knit sweater seems like the perfect at-home clothing item. Our polo neck has a similar fit and would be just as cosy on a weekend as it is made in a soft and lightweight silk jersey.
As she became older, her country style only evolved and she kept quilted jackets and skirts basic items in her wardrobe. The Queen is also well-known for her colourful silk scarves often knotted around her head. A perfect scarf for the occasion would be our silk scarves which are is made in Italy.
Today, the Queen is famously known to often wear a monochrome outfit and matches her jackets with her dress and accessories to make a statement. This is the perfect inspiration for an effortless spring outfit, with one of our light blue cotton tees and jeans for example, you can feel stylish without having spent hours choosing an outfit. To add a final touch during the colder days, why not pair it all up with one of our scarves.