By Millie Gooch
When you think about Royal fashion icons, your first thoughts might be the Duchess of Cambridge, or even the Duchess of Sussex, but we think there’s another Duchess deserving of fashionista status - and that’s the Duchess of Cornwall.
Always classy, always chic and ALWAYS colour-co-ordinated. Here are some of the best tips we’ve picked up from the palace’s most underrated style icon - the Duchess of Cornwall.
Tartan never goes out of style
It’s the print that comes back season after season and we’ve always got time for it. Camilla likes to opt for brighter colours as a twist on the original red!
Colour in winter
Most of us shy away from colour in the winter and hide in black, navy and muted shades, here the Duchess proves that bright colour doesn’t have to just be for the warmer months - try a bold shade with winter boots.
We’ve already called it, but brooches are making a comeback! Rarely without a statement sparkler, Camilla sticks to the traditional way of wearing hers but if you want to add a more modern twist – check out our brooch styling tips below.
Versatile classic shoes
Proving that comfort doesn’t always mean a compromise on style, Camilla rocks a low-block heel effortlessly. These Chanel pumps might be out of our price range but these Dune lookalikes are going straight to the top of our wish list.
The Duchess of Cornwall is a lady after our own heart with a ‘never too many jewels’ ethos. Why just wear a brooch when you can wear a statement necklace too? Pearls always look regal - but do have a bit of a stuffy reputation - so a central embellishment will them added wow factor.
Which one will you be opting for?
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