THE QUEEN always knows how to dress to impress – and she certainly stunned us during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
On the last day, the 96-year-old monarch surprised her fans with an appearance on the royal balcony.
There she greeted onlookers with a smile and looked down at The Mall where tens of thousands had waited hoping to see her.
Of course, it had been the moment most of us had hoped for, especially after she pulled out of a couple of events due to complaints.
It was emotional as the Queen thanked the nation, saying she was “humbled and deeply touched” by the support she has received.
But amidst all the emotion and tears, one more detail may have caught the eye of eagle-eyed fans — her outfit.
Surrounded by her immediate family, the monarch stood on the royal balcony in a beautiful green gown.
Not everyone can wear neon green, but Her Majesty has certainly proven she can on more than one occasion, wrote our fashion genius Abby McHale.
In June 2016, the monarch broke the internet by wearing an eye-catching bright emerald outfit for a Trooping The Color parade as part of her 90th birthday celebrations, and #neonat90 started trending on Twitter.
The Queen also often wears green on more serious occasions, most recently on the anniversary of Prince Philip’s death.
Edinburgh green was considered the Duke’s favorite colour, so it was a touching tribute that she wore her outfit to honor his memory on the day.
During her reign, the Queen amazed us all by wearing all the colors of the rainbow.
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One of her favorite choices was pink, a color traditionally associated with caring, compassion, and love.
Like the rest of the royal family, Her Majesty has a longstanding association with the color purple.
This is because centuries ago it was considered a sign of wealth as the dye was hard to come by and very expensive.
Other colors worn by the monarch include blue – her favorite and the one she opts for on most occasions – silver and white and yellow.
A color of happiness and optimism that the Queen appropriately chose to wear on some of the happiest royal occasions, such as Kate and William’s wedding in 2011.
Bright orange and gold are also two staple choices in her wardrobe.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5498576/queen-tribute-prince-philip-green/ The Queen paid a touching tribute to late husband Prince Philip at the anniversary competition