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The ultimate guide to the Queen's style revealed | Daily Mail Online

The ultimate guide to the Queen's style revealed | Daily Mail Online

The Queen in South Africa in 1947, left, and after announcing her engagement to Prince Philip in the same year

The Queen in South Africa in 1947, left, and after announcing her engagement to Prince Philip in the same year

Vogue. June, 1950. Cover: Jean Patchett is wearing a Creation of Aldrich and Lilli Dache hat. She was photographed by Irving Penn.

Vogue. June, 1950. Cover: Jean Patchett is wearing a Creation of Aldrich and Lilli Dache hat. She was photographed by Irving Penn.

styles of hats varied too during the different era. from the previous pillbox hat, the hats during the 60's became bigger and wider. it is also not made in a stiff manner and normally fabrics like felt were still used during that time.

styles of hats varied too during the different era. from the previous pillbox hat, the hats during the 60's became bigger and wider. it is also not made in a stiff manner and normally fabrics like felt were still used during that time.

Queen Elizabeth ll arrives at Aberdeen Airport with her corgis to start her holidays in Balmoral, Scotland in 1974

Queen Elizabeth ll arrives at Aberdeen Airport with her corgis to start her holidays in Balmoral, Scotland in 1974

The beginning of the floral cap years: Elizabeth for this white petaled hat over a sea-green boucle, and a diamond brooch for the Epsom Derby held every June in Surrey. This year was 1962 - and it marked the Queen's 10-year anniversary on the throne.

The beginning of the floral cap years: Elizabeth for this white petaled hat over a sea-green boucle, and a diamond brooch for the Epsom Derby held every June in Surrey. This year was 1962 - and it marked the Queen's 10-year anniversary on the throne.

The Queen 1967  The Queen wearing a pink patterened coat and floral appliqué hat, during a visit to Malta.

The Queen 1967 The Queen wearing a pink patterened coat and floral appliqué hat, during a visit to Malta.