Royal palette: how royal people wear blue

Royal palette: how royal people wear blue

Although royal people often look at each other’s fashionable images and agree on tastes, there is one shade that unanimously is always a good decision for them. This, of course, is about the palette of classic blue — be it pastel gamma, deep dark blue, or bright sapphire. At the same time, two shades from this palette are officially called Royal — Royal Blue — and for royal people are real corporate colors. This year, Pantone Color Institute advises to take a closer look not only to aristocrats but also to all fashion lovers — classic blue was declared the main color of 2020.

Classic blue symbolizes protection, stability, peace, and confidence, as well as deep thinking, attentiveness, and openness to communication. This shade looks aristocratic and at the same time universal, and in every day and evening looks it will always be one of the most successful and will not attract all the attention. To prove this, we have collected the most stylish images of the royal people, who masterfully learned to wear it for any reason.

The main lover of royal blue is, of course, Her Majesty. She turns out the most charming and, I must say, the most successful outfits in any shades of blue. The desire to emphasize one’s status or many years of experience and knowledge of one’s ideal palette is unknown, but it is the blue royal who most often prefers.

Following the example of Her Majesty Royal Blue, the future Queen Consort, the Duchess of Cambridge, was also fond of. Sooner or later, this status should still be in her hands, and it is worth preparing for it in advance. It is worth saying that this color in the palette is one of the most popular not only because of its belonging to the aristocratic gamut. Outfits in all shades of blue and blue are incredibly suitable for her: whether it be a coat dress with a flared skirt or a classic midi length with an accent strap — over the years of Kate, we saw a lot of options as the wife of the prince.

Duchess Megan at the time of her life in the status of the acting royal person also sympathized with shades of blue. True, she chose his darkest variations, mainly dressing in the indigo palette: this color is not as gloomy as black, and at the same time it belongs to the restrained dark range, which Sussex loved very much. Especially many successful options we saw in the first year of Megan’s life in the royal family.

Among the various shades of the blue palette, the wife of Prince Edward was most fascinated by pastel and sky blue shades. What is not surprising: these colors perfectly accentuate the pretty features of the royal person and successfully combine with blond hair. However, images in rich colors suit her no less. So, at the royal races in Ascot in June 2019, she appeared in a stylish dark blue jumpsuit from Emilia Wickstead. The £ 1,500 outfit had flared trousers with soft pleats and a neat waist belt.

Although the most beloved color of the Spanish Queen Letizia, of course, has long been red, images from classic blue she also periodically shows to the public. So, at one of the events at the beginning of the year, she appeared in a luxurious dress in cobalt color, which had a rather risky detail — a bold neckline. But the authority of Letizia in fashion is so immutable that even the most radical fashion decisions are forgiven for her.

For a long time, fashion experts called Princess Beatrice’s personal style rather dubious: Prince Andrew’s daughter chose overly open dresses with cutouts, dresses not in size, and not the most successful combinations. True, at the wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Beatrice clearly showed that this stage is behind. The royal lady wore an azure-blue dress with appliqués, which deservedly fell into the list of the most stylish dresses of the celebration. Moreover, she chose a blue outfit for the wedding of her sister Eugenia with Jack Brooksbank, however, that day the festive image was not the most successful: observers called it too conservative and boring for the young royal person. Source.