Much adored for her humanitarian work as her impeccable sense of style, Queen Rania champions modest fashion like nobody else. A huge supporter of both established and young Arabic brands, her status as a style icon is laced with elegance and exquisite taste. Follow the pictorial journey through time below for a look at some of her most iconic looks to date.
A royal wedding
Queen Rania and King Abdullah II of Jordan on their wedding day in 1993. Photo: Instagramemail@example.com
For her wedding to Prince Abdullah, set in Zahran Palace in Amman, Jordan, in June 1993, Queen Rania wore a custom dress designed by British designer, Bruce Oldfield. With an opulent white headpiece with matching veil, the dress featured intricate gold embroidered detailing and inspired many a bride for years to come.
Diamonds are a woman’s best friend
For the coronation of King Abdullah II, Queen Rania wore an intricate gold Elie Saab gown with a beautiful diamond tiara, which she chose to re-wear for her husband’s ten year anniversary on the throne, demonstrating her timeless sense of style.
Haute in haute couture
Queen Rania at Fashion for Relief in Cannes. Photo: Instagram/@queenrania
Queen Rania at the Fashion for Relief event at Cannes, wearing a delicate white Givenchy haute couture dress with lace detailing offset by simple jewelry and a ladylike box clutch.
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“With His Majesty at the Great Arab Revolt centennial celebration earlier today.” Photo: Instagram/@queenrania
Queen Rania arrived at the Great Arab Revolt Centennial, wearing a deep teal dress with gold embroidery, accessorized perfectly with turquoise drop earrings, a cream quilted clutch, and black heels.
Championing local creatives
Queen Rania in Hama Fashion at Jordan’s 70th Independence Day. Photo: Instagram/@queenrania
A huge supporter of Arab brands, Queen Rania wore a gown by Jordanian-Palestinian label, Hama Fashion, to celebrate Jordan’s 70th Independence Day. Primarily solid in color, the bottom portion featured a striking peek of a star print.
Showcasing Jordanian handicraft internationally
Queen Rania on an official visit to the Netherlands. Photo: Instagram/@queenrania
On 20th March 2018, on an official visit to the Netherlands, Queen Rania wore a traditional Jordanian handmade crafted by the women of the Basmet Al-Khair Charitable society.
All that shines
The Jordanian Royals at the Statesman-Award ceremony in Washington DC. Photo: @queenrania
Shimmering in an Ermanno Scervino wool suit embellished with glitter from the FW 19-20 collection, Queen Rania was a picture of contemporary elegance at an awards ceremony in New York last November, pairing the classic Prince of Wales check motif with a crystal belt and black Bottega Veneta clutch.
A lesson in keeping—and looking—cool in the blistering desert heat, Her Highness dons a monochromatic palette of warm beige tones with matching accessories to boot.
Time and tested through the years, Queen Rania’s signature silhouette of a pencil skirt and collared shirt is proof all you need are a few strong wardrobe staples to have a constant supply of effortlessly put-together looks. Plus, who can say no to a matching set like this striped two-piece from Italian designer Sara Battaglia?
Queen Rania before welcoming the Swedish Royals on their visit to Jordan in 2018. Photo: Rex
A sartorial embodiment of springtime blooms, Queen Rania steps out in a baby pink Ralph & Russo ensemble complete with soft pleats and a high-neck bow for a picture-perfect moment of ladylike grace.
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