Why…???? Queen Elizabeth II has always turned her head with her quintessential look. When you notice her attentively, it turns out that the monarch always likes to keep her colour.
For example, she chose a floral pastel pink coat when she met Joe Biden recently, while she wore a blue colour troop. When it turns out, the Queen has bright colours, instead of earthy tones.
There is a reason. Royal insider reports, Independent, that this is done as a strategic move to ensure visibility. In the documentary The Queen at 90, Sophie, Countess of Wessex also says: “She must stand out in order that people can say ‘I have seen the Queen.’
“When she turns up, the crowds are two, three, four, ten, fifteen deep, and somebody want to say they’ve seen a little Queen’s hat as they walked past her,” she adds.
The writer of Our Rainbow Queen, Sali Hughes, said in an initial interview that “many thoughts” go into every aspect, a tribute to King Elizabeth II and Her Colorful Wardrobe.
“If someone believes they overthink Queen’s clothes, it’s not because they could never analyse of more than the Queen and Angela Kelly [kingdressmaker],” remarked Hughes.
Since 2002, Kelly was the Queen’s own dresser. Of all the hues, Queen’s most commonly used colour is blue (29%) followed by flower (13%) and green and cream (11%) followed by a third colour (365 days), according to Vogue’s 2012 survey of her wardrobe.
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