Queen of Style: Queen Elizabeth 11

Beautiful Queen Elizabeth II started her career over the Commonwealth at age 27 in Autumn 1953. Stepping out in a series of dazzling dresses, many of them by the legendary couturier Norman Hartnell, she cemented her rulership of the countries during her six month tour.
The Queen has made 170 official visits to Commonwealth countries since her first tour and she has since used her outfits to craft carefully an image of a world leader. Politics are important, but clothes are crucial, too. Resplendent in satin, shimmering with beadwork, adorned with priceless jewels, the young Queen used her wardrobe to send a message to the world about status, power and her unique place in history.
Here we celebrate her majesty the queen and her style. Which of the Queens style is your favourite? Answer the questions below.

Explore colours – Coats of Many Colours
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Dress your body shape – Cinch in waist style

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Fur – Keep warm in fur

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Prints and Patterns

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Hats & Scarves

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Accessories – Gloves and Bags

 

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Young Queen

 

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Which of the queens hat collection is your favourite?
Which of the queens mother of the bride outfit is your favourite?
Which of the queens colourful ensemble is your favourite?
Which of the Queens ball gown is your favourite?
Which of the Queens young look is your favourite?
Which of the Queens floral and pattern is the coolest?

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