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9 Stylish Times That the Royals Wore Blazers

From double breasted to tweed, there's style inspiration for everybody .

The royal family features a lot of signature style characteristics. for instance , tiaras and brooches and brightly color skirt suits. Another thing in common, whether you're Charles , Kate Middleton or Meghan Markle? an honest quaint blazer. the design staple to the masses also happens to be the cornerstone of a royal wardrobe too. The royalty really is simply like us. See here how they wear them—and take particular note of the long-lasting Diana wearing sweats and a military green blazer moment.

This 1989 moment comes courtesy of Prince Harry and William's first day of faculty . Consider school uniform blazers the first school version of a royal style staple.

On a 2018 trip to New Zealand, the Duchess of Sussex wore a black ensemble which she finished with a crisp white blazer, an unexpected but no less fashionable choice.

Prince Philip wore a classic tweed blazer to the Royal Windsor Horse Show in 1974.

In 1975, Philip appeared at the Guards Polo Club wearing a double breasted navy topper fit the game .

Princess Diana was spotted shopping in Knightsbridge in 1994 wearing an ivory outfit with tan accessories, topped with an green blazer.

In July 2011, Kate Middleton topped denim and a frilly blouse with a classic navy blazer while visiting a town devastated by a fireplace a couple of months before.

Sophie the Countess of Wessex attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show in Home Park during a classic tweed topper, which she paired with a blue fedora .

The Duke of Sussex donned an off-the-cuff gray blazer to the the official launch of the Invictus Games at The Hague 2020 on May 9, 2019.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore her go-to dark blue blazer on top of a cobalt blue shift dress to attend the The Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford on July 8, 2016.