POPSUGAR Fashion

These Looks Are Fit For a Princess

Jul 1 2014 - 11:30am

We'll always remember Princess Diana for her classic '90s style and the way she translated trends with distinctive elegance. But Diana's charming personality is part of the reason she's become such a significant icon. Her magnetism emanated through her clothing, which was bold in the same way that she was. And many people respected her for her unwavering confidence.

So, today, in honor of Diana's birthday [1], we're taking a look back at some of her most memorable fashion moments — the ones that were documented in much the same way Kate Middleton's are today [2]. We've created our own roundup of pieces that'll help you get Princess Diana's look [3]. Just make sure that you carry yourself with her signature poise and grace. After all, these are the qualities required for a life of true royalty.

Source: Getty/Anwar Hussein [4]

Diana lets her powder blue number speak for itself with complementing heels and simple accessories — a satin clutch and, of course, an adornment of pearls.

Source: Getty/Anwar Hussein [5]

St. John Collection Embellished Knit Dress

St. John Collection Crystal Embellished Shimmer Milano Knit Dress [6] ($1,395)

Bandolino Capsie Suede Slingback Pumps

Bandolino Capsie Suede Slingback Pumps [7] ($29, originally $69)

Menbur Satin Frame Clutch

Menbur Satin Frame Clutch [8] ($64)

Robert Rose Pearl Bib Necklace

Robert Rose Faux Pearl Bib Necklace [9] ($28)

From a gingham blouse to heels with lace detail and a metallic belt, Diana always made a statement.

Source: Getty/Anwar Hussein [10]

Alice & You Gingham Blouse

Alice & You Gingham Dip Hem Split Blouse [11] ($39)

Calvin Klein Pencil Skirt

Calvin Klein Pencil Skirt [12] ($55)

Mauro Grifoni Skinny Belt

Mauro Grifoni Skinny Belt [13] ($97, originally $138)

Dyeables Women's Platform Pump

Dyeables Women's Winter Platform Pump [14] ($74)

Princess Diana’s shopping look makes us rethink the outfits we’ve been strolling down the streets in. While she was never one for casual attire, she still stays smart in a pair of nude flats.

Source: Getty/Anwar Hussein [15]

Ann Taylor Floral Cap Sleeve Dress

Ann Taylor Floral Jacquard Cap Sleeve Dress [16] ($100, originally $149)

Jimmy Choo Nude Leather Flats

Jimmy Choo Nude Leather Pointed Toe Attila Flats [17] ($440, originally $550)

Kate Spade New York Pearl Necklace

Kate Spade New York All Wrapped Up Pearl Necklace [18] ($128)

Eric Javits Analu Squishee Tote Bag

Eric Javits Analu Squishee Tote Bag [19] ($485)

Gianfranco Ferre Oval Frame Sunglasses

Gianfranco Ferre Oval Frame Sunglasses [20] ($288)

A matching suit set was Princess Diana’s go-to. You can easily translate the look in a pretty jacquard style with a pair of pearl studs and two-tone court-shoe heels.

Source: Getty/Anwar Hussein [21]

ASOS Set in Pretty Jacquard

ASOS Set in Pretty Jacquard [22] ($162)

Zara Leather Two-Tone Heel

Zara Leather Two-Tone High Heel Court Shoe [23] ($60, originally $90)

J.Crew Jeweled Pearl Earrings

J.Crew Jeweled Pearl Earrings [24] ($37, originally $45)

Marc by Marc Jacobs Quilted Satchel

Marc by Marc Jacobs Circle in Square Quilted Satchel [25] ($439, originally $628)

Of course, when she wanted to slip into something more functional, Princess Diana wore pants like a pro — and we love the way she paired her overalls with a floral collared blouse and wedges. We’d slip into this look, no problem.

Source: Getty/Anwar Hussein [26]

Splendid Sanddollar Overalls

Splendid Sanddollar Overalls [27] ($112, originally $188)

Jones New York Button Blouse

Jones New York Women's Taylor Printed Collar Button Blouse [28] ($64)

BCBGeneration Espadrille Wedge Sandal

BCBGeneration Glenda Espadrille Wedge Sandal [29] ($53, originally $89)

Target Round Tortoise Sunglasses

Target Women's Round Tortoise Sunglasses [30] ($15)


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