There is no denying the Queen always looks incredible, whatever outfit, whatever occasion, but the question is, what are her style secrets?
- The Queen utilizes a whole host of clever tricks to ensure she always looks fab.
- This includes, among other things, a person who wears her shoes in!
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It was revealed, in the Express, the British monarch has a few style hacks up her sleeve.
The Queen has her clothes tailored in a particular way due to her physique. Finding the perfect outfit but having it not fit is rather frustrating after all…
It’s thought her majesty has one shoulder lower than the other, so in order to give the appearance her shoulders are level, the Queen has an extra shoulder pad added to her outfits. How brilliant!
We’ve never spotted this—so hats off to the Queen and her tailors!
The royal has another fashion hack up her sleeve, making her quite the practical dresser.
To ensure her make-up and hair remain as perfect as possible, she always tries to wear an outfit with a zip. A handy zip is ideal for somebody who has as many outfit changes as the Queen.
The Royals also have a lot of walking to do, going from one official event to the next, so comfortable shoes are a must. The Queen, of course, has this covered. She has an assistant, with the same shoe size, wear the shoes in to ensure they are comfortable. Imagine that, no blisters!
And what about all of the lunches and dinners she attends?
This has also been factored in, with the Queen favoring three-quarter length sleeves to prevent them from slipping onto her plate of food.
So it turns out the head of the British royal family is a style icon with regards not only to her fashion but the ingenious hacks to cater to every possible concern. Well if that's not royally fabulous, we don't know what is!
Rachel Howatson is a digital writer who works across a range of publications. Whatever your passion, whether it’s hillwalking, cooking, gardening, running, socialising or even sleeping, she'll likely have written about it.
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