Lady Louise Windsor's coronation outfit proves she is a royal style icon to know
King Charles III's Coronation provided us with plenty of iconic fashion moments.
From Katy Perry in a pastel dress and matching jacket to the Princess of Wales' coronation outfit that included touching tributes to both her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, and the late monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, in her jewellery.
And today's events have also highlighted a new style icon in the form of Lady Louise Windsor.
With everyone in attendance pulling out all the stops when it comes to their sartorial choices, it was always going to be hard to stand out amongst the crowd. But Lady Louise managed to look effortlessly elegant in a sophisticated Suzannah London floral dress.
The Kumiko Iris Silk Dress is a bestseller for the brand, and Lady Louise's design is a new season update created in collaboration with celebrated French botanical photographer, Rachel Levy. The print features an intricate repeated pattern created from one of Rachel’s photos.
Made from pure Italian silk crepe de chine, the dress featured a mockneck and shirring around the waist and cuffs with a delicate frill for added detail.
The 19-year-old added a large pale blue hat, rather than opting for a tiara in keeping with King Charles' wishes for a more understated affair. A nude clutch bag and heels finished the look.
Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor is the eldest child and only daughter of Prince Edward and the Duchess of Edinburgh (formerly Sophie, Countess of Wessex) as well as King Charles' niece and a cousin of Prince William.
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