- Sheikha Mozah of Qatar
- Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan
- Queen Maxima of the Netherlands
- The Duchess of Cambridge
- Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana of Thailand
- Queen Letizia of Spain
- Princess Charlene of Monaco
Sheikha Mozah of Qatar
You’ve probably never heard her name before but Her Highness Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned is hands-down the most debonair royal the world has known. While she may not be as popular as her british counterparts, Sheikha Mozah scores high on the fashion quotient. She maintains modesty with flowing hemlines, turbans and head scarves without them standing in the way of her style. With her preference for jewel tones and designer couture straight off the runway, this one is definitely a showstopper.
Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan
At just 25 years of age, Queen Jetsun Pema is one of the youngest queens of the nation while being a well-educated and graceful woman to boot. Along with her porcelain face and petite stature, the queen of Bhutan is also an advocate for the environment and children with special needs. Like any young lady, she enjoys an abundance of vibrancy when it comes to her traditional garb.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands
Unlike most who marry into royalty, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands was a blue blooded royal right from the start. Being a descendant of Portuguese royalty, there was no doubt that she was destined to be queen. Taking a great interest in Dutch society, Queen Maxima is cultured, educated and has a great taste in fashion. She doesn’t shy away from experimenting with her style and there’s always a new avatar she pulls out at every event. Always one with bold choices, Queen Maxima shows off her style chops in prints and bright shades.
The Duchess of Cambridge
She’s the duchess that needs no introduction and is responsible for being the force that brought focus back to royalty. Kate Middleton is known for her style sensibilities and hair goals. Even after featuring as one of the world’s most influential people, she has come to be one of the most relatable royals we’ve known of. Her classic tastes along with a mix of high street and designer wear ensure that she’s always featured in best dressed celebrity lists.
Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana of Thailand
Now here’s a royal who is a true blue fashionista at heart. Princess Sirivannavari is the only daughter of the crown prince of Thailand with a day job studying fashion and fine art. With her fine taste in luxury, she is constant fixture at fashion weeks all across the globe. Her contemporary style stays in tune with what’s trending; something that has got her featured on Forbes Magazine’s ‘Hottest Royals’ list. Best yet, she has even presented her own creations inspired by her grandmother at a fashion show in Paris.
Queen Letizia of Spain
As far as popularity goes, Queen Letizia tops the chart as a royal fashion icon. Along with being blue blooded buddies with Queen Rania of Jordan, Queen Letizia was an established journalist before being a queen consort. Amongst her many duties as queen, she is a great supporter of Spanish fashion be it couturiers or high street brands. Her sophisticated style culminates in trim sheath dresses and draped gowns which, often enough, make her the belle of the ball.
Princess Charlene of Monaco
When Grace Kelly is the mother-in-law in the family, you know that the fashion quotient will be soaring high. In that aspect, Princess Charlene does not disappoint! Before being a part of royal lineage, the princess was an Olympic swimmer and even went on to become an ambassador of the special Olympics. Through her personal style, she makes a statement with a dignified, modern look. Her cropped hair and athletic frame lends itself well to poised suits and tailored gowns. One look at Princess Charlene and you’ll witness true royalty steeped in modernity.
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Written by Dayle Pereira on Mar 02, 2016