Queen's 'Official' Birthday, style guide


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Queen's 'Official' Birthday

As the Queen celebrates her 'official' birthday we take a look back at her iconic, off duty country style and her favoured bold block colours for occasion dressing. The Queen always gets it right and looks effortlessly chic. Add some colour and relaxed tailoring to your wardrobe for a royal update!

Block Colours

Keeping it simple with colour block dresses really makes a confident statement, they allow you to style with bold jewellery in similar tonal colours or go for colour clashing accessories to express your individuality. These maxi styles are effortless pieces for any summer event. If you're not braving the heels yet, these longer line dresses look great with flat sandals too.

Tonal Brights

With summer events back on the agenda why not go bold in beautiful colourful prints, or bright block colour. Really stand out in unique prints that ooze confidence. Think unexpected colour combinations and pick any tone to compliment the look with your accessories. Or just keep it simple and striking with a black bag as the Queen often does.

Country Classic Tailoring

Go for seperates for a more contemporary individual look, or keep it matching for a classic tailored style. Mixing textures and shapes can really add that edge to a tailored outfit. The Queen always looks in her element when she's in off duty clothes...she is the epitome of country casual style.

Shirts & Blouses

Shirts and blouses are perfect teamed with a tailored trouser or to elevate a more casual look. Look at proportions and silhouettes to create a balanced outfit. Fasten your shirt to the top or keep some buttons undone for a casual feel. You can then add a necklace or neck scarf.

Mix And Match In Casual Luxury


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