Princess Anne rarely puts a foot wrong when it comes to selecting elegant and stylish outfits for her many royal engagements, and her latest frock was no different.
Anne, 67, stepped out in a printed navy-and-white frock as she attended the Royal London Yacht Club Champagne Party on Monday night. The princess looked effortlessly chic as she made the most of the summertime in the floaty dress, which stopped just below the knee.
She completed the ensemble with a fitted jacket, which showed off the princess’ trim waist, a sensible pair of navy-coloured court shoes and accessorised with a pearl necklace, pear-drop earrings and a navy clutch.
Anne’s hair was coiffed in its usual way, and the princess opted for minimal makeup for the occasion, which included a soft blush and red lips.
Princess Anne has proven herself a thrifty royal over the years, stepping out in cream-and-navy ensemble earlier this year — a particular favourite that she has worn eight times in public.
The princess was a picture of elegance in the cream-and-navy ensemble. The tailored cut fit her figure perfectly while the high neckline brought attention to her sparkling gold brooch. The royal showed her colour coordination skills, coupling the outfit with a spectacular two-tone hat, a pair of navy gloves, pearl drop earrings and a pair of black heels.
Princess Anne first donned the timeless outfit in the 80s’ at the Royal Ascot. She wore the cream coat with a pair of navy gloves, a black bag, a golden brooch, pearl earrings and a veiled cap.
She liked the outfit so much that she wore it again in both 1985 and 1988. The look underwent a change in in 1990 at Ascot when the royal moved her brooch to the centre of her jacket. Since then the princess has interchanged the hats, shoes and brooches that have been paired with the outfit, modernising the look through the ages.