Princess Diana was remembered as a person with a lot of styles. Some of the most iconic outfits of People’s Princess are very interesting even today. That’s why we decided to present you her top 15 most interesting fashion choices. So, let’s start.
Introducing: The ring
Certainly, one of the moments that attracted the most attention of the media was the revealing of the engagement of Princesses of Wales and Prince Charles. On that occasion, Diana wore a blue suit, which was overshadowed by the sapphire ring, exactly the one that was later succeeded by Kate Middleton.
If you looked at some pictures of Princess Diana when she became Princess of Wales, it will be clear to you that the characteristics of her outfits were frills and ruffles. One such suit, she was wearing during the engagement in Broadlands. However, after a while it was exposed that she applied this style only because of royal rules and protocols.
Wedding of the Century
Of course, the most interesting event on which Princess Diana appeared was her wedding with Prince Charles, which took place on July 29, 1981. The event was called Wedding of the century, and the People’s Princess was shining on that day in the magnificent Emanuel wedding dress.
Globetrotting in style
Diana has shown that she can look incredible in any situation and any place. During a visit to Australia and the United States, Charles and Diana decided to visit Fiji. Then, she wore a very elegant frock in combination with a hat.
Diana’s first trip to the USA
During her first visit to the United States, Diana wore a long black dress that was remembered as one of her most impressive outfits. This suit was also remembered as one she wore when danced with John Travolta, also during the meeting with then-President of the United States, Ronald Reagan and his wife, First Lady Nancy Reagan.
Pretty and periwinkle
Another glamorous appearance of Princess Diana was during the show “Splendours of the Gonzagas” in Victoria & Albert Museum in London. At this event, she was wearing a gorgeous Bellville Sassoon dress, but the event remained remembered as the Princess of Wales fell asleep for a moment.
Attending fashion shows
Given that People’s Princess had a great love for fashion, it’s no wonder she often visited fashion shows. During an event at Guildhall in London, she appeared in a beautiful blue dress designed by Bruce Oldfield and once again showed that she is a woman with style.
Introducing Prince William
Prince William’s birth is a precedent in the history of the birth of royal babies. If you did not know, he was the first royal who was not born at home but at the hospital. Since every new member of the royal family has caused great publicity, so Prince William’s birth was highly monitored by the media. Therefore, when leaving the hospital, the first son of Charles and Diana was photographed, as well as the Princess wearing a dotted dress.
Introducing Prince Harry
Two years after the birth of Prince William, Prince and Princess of Wales have welcomed their second child, Prince Harry. In 1984, when she left St. Mary’s Hospital, Diana was photographed in a red blazer designed by Jan van Velden, while holding baby Harry. Also, this picture tells us that, compared to a few years before that moment, her fashion style has been improved.
The princess appeared on the celebration of her last birthday in 1997, dressed in a Chantilly lace dress designed by Jacques Azagury especially for Diana’s birthday. This gown was also his gift for her. And indeed, no one can say that People’s Princess did not look gorgeous at the celebration.
At the Cannes Film Festival
One of the designers with whom Diana collaborated several times was Catherine Walker who passed away in 2010. For example, the dress which Princess is wearing at the Cannes Film Festival in 1987 was designed exactly by Catherine Walker. It is a blue chiffon gown that was sleeveless.
Attending the Ascot
In addition to dresses that were always incredible, Diana was a fan of hats that contributed to her appearance. For example, during the Royal Ascot in 1987, she appeared in a yellow suit, with a blue and red flower design, while wearing a beautiful blue hat on her head.
At the Elysee
Although she had been unhappy in marriage, this was not reflected in her dressing style. A good example was her and Prince Charles visiting France in 1988 when they were photographed at Elysee Palace in Paris. At this event, she wore an interesting dress designed by Victor Edelstein.
The ‘Elvis’ Dress
The ‘Elvis’ dress is certainly one of the outfits of Princess Diana who attracted the most attention and comments. This suit was designed by Catherine Walker and Diana wore it in 1989 at the British Fashion Awards at Royal Albert Hall.
Even in everyday situations, Diana was beautifully dressed. This photo originated in 1995 when Princess and her sons were on the V-J Day 50th anniversary celebration, and she was wearing a white suit and pearls around her neck that stands out.