Loading Posts...

Lady Diana: that heavy meaning behind one of her favorite sweaters

Lady Diana marked the British monarchy with her person, but also with her dress style. If the princess knew how to choose the appropriate outfits at official events, she did not hesitate to dress as she wished when she was not forced to adopt a strict dress style. One garment in particular caught the attention of fans of crowned heads.

Back in June 1983, when William and Harry’s mother attended a polo match with Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York. For the occasion, she was dressed in a red sweater signed Muir and Osborne on which we find lots of white sheep … except for one, which is black. Only two years after her marriage to Prince Charles, the latter already suggested that she did not feel at home in the royal family of England. “I don’t think a lot of people want me to be queen, and when I say a lot of people, I mean the establishment I’m married to. They decided that because I do things differently, because I don’t trust a rulebook because I’m leading from the heart, not my head, “she told the BBC.

Lady Diana, a legendary look

There is no doubt that Princess Diana, aware of the affair between her husband and Camilla Parker Bowles from the start, expressed the depth of her thoughts through certain pieces of clothing. This is the reason why his sometimes controversial outfits have often been talked about. She was revealed as well in tight dress, as sports shorts and sneakers, or with long and loose sweatshirts during her unofficial outings. She even dared black, a color originally worn in the British royal family during a mourning. Her looks have become cult and today, even her stepdaughters do not hesitate to copy her.


Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on reddit
Share on telegram
Share on whatsapp
Passionate about people news, I transcribe on this site the best scoops of our beloved personalities. Follow us on the social networks so you don't miss anything. XOXO

Leave a Comment

Copyright © 2020. All RIGHTS RESERVED.