Forget Kate Middleton's trademarks of Reiss dresses and L.K Bennett aesthetically beautiful wedges. For, the fashion fraternity has switched its focus and has embraced other royal aspects that particularly encompass Queen Elizabeth's sartorial selections to mark 60 years of Queen's throne. And we couldn't agree more! After all, when it comes to celebrate six decades of invincible British royal reign, it naturally calls for something grand and royal. Along these lines, many fashion houses and other British online shops have come up with their distinctive royal-inspired motifs. From sporting designer collections awash in the patriotic hues: red, white and blue to slipping into the stylish royal-inspired lingerie, it looks like the fashionable way to embrace the celebratory moments of Queen's diamond jubilee is by showing off your authentic, patriotic fashion inclinations. Here, we have rounded off some of the immaculately designed fashion pieces to help you dress yourself in vivacious royal colors. Take a look.
Among multifarious ways to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee, Marks & Spencer has come up with their own sultry concept to make the celebration more vibrant and hot. The store recently unveiled an array of Jubilee lingerie to honor the Queen's Elizabeth's reign. Inspired by the fashion of the monarch's Coronation year and their own archives, the M&S concept fall nothing short in delving the old fashioned clothing items and giving them a tinge of contemporary makeover. These vintage inspired pieces depict the true glamor, elaborate retro detailing and femininity of 50s.
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From grounds of different mastery like fashion, beauty, jewelery and cuisine, Harrods have called upon elite designers to each craft an elaborate and exquisite crown that marks the Queen's six decades of unconquerable throne. Whether it is a grotesque snake coiled around the silver crown by Bvglari that perfects the royal impression or it is a elaborate embroidery and embellishments of the silver crown by Escada that describes the richness of the reign, there are more than twenty five different crowns have been created that illustrate the Queen's invisible journey in their own fashion.
Giving a tribute to the spirit, pride and genius of British fashion, Selfridges is celebrated the jubilee with an enthralling fashion exhibition. The exhibition takes a look at British fashion over the decades and also captures the Queen Elizabeth's voyage as a young princess to an evolved queen. Re-creating the ambiance of the era's hippies fashion, Stephen Jones, the creator of the exhibition, highlights the utilitarian twist that bestowed the British with the Dior's silhouette. Keeping the recession period in mind, the ensembles are created with DIY approach at fashion.
Royal inspiration has also motivated the ace designer, Vivienne Westwood to come up with his exclusive range of royal-inspired dresses. These iconic masterpieces derive their creativity from Queen Elizabeth II’s sartorial preferences as a young princess. The designer has craftily made use of luxurious fabrics like silk satins, taffeta and Georgetta and appealing embellishments like sequins detailing to lend a royal feel to his line of 10 dresses and four earrings. Favoring Union Jack symbol as a resorting theme, this gorgeous collection ranges from £650 to £3,000.
Floris has relaunched their Royal Arm scent that first made its market debut in April 1926. Keeping the original recipe of mesmerizing notes of rose, ylang ylang and violet, which is filled up in a leader-bound formula ledger, this vamped up perfume aims at commemorating the Queen's diamond jubilee with the same fragrance of pure love and affection. However, certain edits have been made such as a sudden tinge of dry down amber, vanilla and musk among other ingredients to enhance this floral bouquet for the perfect jubilee celebration. This magical spell that strikes back the flawless odor of Queen's reign is on for sale at the price range of £99 for a 100ml bottle.
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Although winter isn't coming out for a month or seven, the Knitwear designer Lorraine Hearn is all set up to give us an adorable excuse to get our hands on knitted themed designs. To celebrate the Queen's sixty years of flawless rule, the designer has created umpteenth knitwear pieces, ranging from hats and children's cardigans, and from napkin rings to tea cosies, all in vibrant hues of red, white and blue. Well, there is no perfect way to celebrate your patriotism quite like wearing something that represents the royal feel to its depth. Right?
It seems like there is no dearth of fashion options when it comes to celebrate the Queen's Diamond jubilee. Renowned accessories designers like Garrard, Tatty Devine, Monica Vinader and many more have come up with their own touch of patriotism in the form of royal- inspired jewel pieces. While Garrard's exquisite white, yellow and rose gold encrusted pendant is up for sale at a price range of £4,750 and £5,700, Tatty Devine has incorporated her love for crystals and sparkly, colorful gems to create her kooky Perspex accessories such as necklace, tiara and cufflinks that are too flooded with numerous customers. Moreover, if you are aiming for a more subtle yet feminine way to bow down to this celebratory moment, you can opt for The Magpie and the Wardrobe HRH's necklace, which is priced at £88. All in all, options in sparkly accessories are myriad.
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