Style is just one of Queen Elizabeth II’s many talents. Her Majesty has been known to stick to monochromatic looks for weddings in the past— remember that incredible bright yellow number at the ?
Today — — she wowed us with another happy hue by wearing a flared dress in lime, lemon, purple, and gray floral printed silk topped with a lime silk tweed coat. Both are by Stuart Parvin.
The Queen greeted the crowd in this colorful dress paired with a matching Angela Kelly hat, made using the same lime silk tweed topped with a purple sinamay adorned with handmade lace crystals and pearls made by Lucy Price.
According to , color consultant and author of , the may actually have more meaning behind it than you may think.
“Green is the color of growth and rebirth. A person who wears green is the regulator and open-hearted," she explains to GoodHousekeeping.com. "Green is a highly significant color worn as a sign of respect and intention for the future.”
As for the purple accents, McLeod says it may be a nod to how approving her Majesty is of her Grandson's future wife.
“Purple is a proud color," she tell us. "It also symbolizes cleansing and indicates a passion for creativity."
What a beautiful message from the Queen to her the new happy couple. We suspect she wishes them nothing but the best!
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