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Royally Obsessed: Taking On The Best Regal Looks

Living inside every girl is a princess. Whether it’s the tiara, poofy dress or the idea of living in a castle surrounded by animal pals, it’s safe to say most of us have had royalty dream.

Sure, becoming part of the royal family may be tougher than we thought, but that doesn’t mean we can’t dress the part. In this article, we look at some of the best royal fashion icons and how we can emulate their looks.

Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton

When it comes to royal style moments, Duchess Kate Middleton will always come to mind. Although Kate’s wardrobe may not exactly be cutting edge, her simple sophistication makes her stand out from UK style icons such as Rita Ora and Emma Watson.

Photo: New York Post, sheknows.com

Left: Looking absolutely radiant in a playful red and white Alexander McQueen Dress, Kate proves how royals can too, have fun. The printed, peplum dress comes as a surprise, given how the Duchess is usually spotted in solid colours and sleek silhouettes.

Right: During the royal family’s tour of Canada in 2016, Kate was dressed by Jenny Packham, one of her favourite designers. Her blue, structured dress retained a touch of Canada with a maple leaf brooch the Duchess borrowed from the Queen. Kate’s headpiece by Lock & Co, was similarly inspired by the country’s emblem.

Our inspired look:

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Queen Letizia of Spain

Renowned for her modern interpretation of royal fashion, Queen Letizia of Spain is the epitome of elegance. Letizia's polished looks has also made her one of the world’s most stylish royals.

Photos: instyle.com

Left: Queen Letizia is note for her ability to mix high street and designer styles. Back in May, Letizia was spotted in Madrid in a chic powder pink two-piece, worn over a long-sleeved white blouse. The flawless outfit was completed with a pair of snakeskin pumps.

Right: At the birthday celebration of King of Netherlands, Letizia’s one-shouldered, scarlet gown was a show-stopper. The stunning piece by Stella McCartney showcases a statement cape train. Letizia's look was completed with diamond drop earrings and a dazzling cuff.

Our inspired look:

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Queen Rania of Jordan

Queen Rania of Jordan’s refined style has made her a notable fashion icon in especially the Middle East. Rania is also known to show her support for local designers.

Photos: emirateswoman.com

Left: Queen Rania had received the foreign Press Association Award in a Valentino caped-shoulder gown. Pairing her olive green outfit with a chunky belt, Rania had pulled off the look effortlessly.

Right: Spotted in yet another Valentino piece, Queen Rania dazzled everyone at the Amman Design Week. A statement piece consisting of playful prints, high neck and sheer sleeves, the dusty-pink gown is a perfect reflection of modern Renaissance.

Our inspired look:

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Princess Mary of Denmark

With a preference for statement pieces, Princess Mary of Denmark's sophisticated style has quickly made her a royal fashion icon. Though she has been likened to the Duchess Kate Middleton, the Princess is more adventurous and, dare we say, edgy.

Left: At the 2015 EliteForsk Awards, Princess Mary looked absolutely stunning in a leather bodice and patterned skirt by Hugo Boss. Now this is exactly how one should pull off the rockstar look, regal style.

Right: Continuing her atypical royal look, the Princess was seen in a cream blouse and a boho-inspired, paisley print, high-waisted skirt. The outfit was elevated with a pair of snake print pumps and a blue clutch. If this isn’t understated glamour, we don’t know what is.

Our inspired look:

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From casual chic to elevated elegance, we are loving the royals’ preference for fuss-free outfits. More importantly, we no longer have to be a member of the royal family to be able to dress like one.

Feature image credit: Vogue

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