What is the first word that comes across your mind when you think about Princess Diana’s fashion? Iconic, timeless, a true classic. For me, she is an icon of the 20th century, she knew that her look can convey her message without speaking.
The evolution of Princess Diana style through the years has always struck me. I can see clearly the late eighties in the looks she wore, and beginning of the ’90s, even her daring styles post-Charles. Today, I’m sharing my Diana’s folder with you, the folder I keep getting back to whenever I feel stuck in my top/jeans combo. So click through the gallery to see some of the best iconic Diana’s looks over the years and tell me your favorite. Mine is number seven. The details about this look are impeccable. A pink quilted jacket with a ruffled collar and a matching skirt and a hat. Heaven.
I also selected a few looks of her that I think are very good material to replicate nowadays.
I will start with this classic look. Diana in a crisp open-collar white shirt with a pair of high waisted mom jeans and loafers in August 1997, a look that you can definitely we already copy but sometimes, I forget about the details that can place this look at a higher level, for example, the beige belt, the loafers, and the hair cut! Seriously, should I cut my hair?
In her tour to Australia in 1996, she wore a mini skirt suit in mint that I would wear as a set together or each piece alone for multiple life occasions. She added a bag and shoes that look like a classic must-haves Chanel and a pearls collar and earrings for a maximum classic appearance.
In 1966, She wore a purple sleeveless tailored shift dress that would be a great look for this summer classic weddings.
On a holiday to the virgin island in 1990, Diana wore a leopard print sarong with leopard swimsuit with a classic pair of Rayban. It’s not a surprise to wear a leopard print swimsuit this summer, but if you matched it with a sarong of the same print, this when it comes Fashion with big F.
In 1985 a blue sequin sleeved gown that looks so fashionable for the moment. Add satin heels and you’re done. This is how I would do it nowadays.
Last but defiantly not least, is a look she wore in 1986 during a desert picnic. She combined a dress with a white linen dress and finished it with a pair of white flats and moon-shaped earrings. An outfit that welcomes summer with big open arms.
Now, to you, If you can pick one favorite look what would it be? What would you like to replicate now?
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