20 evidence that Elizabeth II umbrellas always coincide with the tone of her dress
Known fact that Elizabeth II is still the same fashionista. It is often seen in public in clothes very bold colors - lemon, fuchsia, purple, mint and even a light green and each time it matches the tone of the umbrella clothes.
Of course, living in London - the city of rain and fog, without an umbrella can not do. And the sun does not come to replace the drizzling drops, even if it wants the Queen herself. But she, by the way, it is not sad about the constant bad weather, because it is - a great way to demonstrate their stylish accessories to match the dress!
However, having seen our selection, you feel that this is not the umbrellas Elizabeth II is always the same as their color, and she deliberately chooses what to wear under a new umbrella!
1. Ideal, is not it?
2. Bold decision!
3. We have until recently did not believe that it is - the truth!
4. How, found a shade umbrella even marsala?
5. Color fuchsia Queen as a person!
6. In mint Elizabeth II looks very elegant!
7. Look - unscrew it!
8. And how do you this fashionable solution?
9. Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle she still learn and learn style!
10. We are smitten on the spot!
By the way, the Queen's love of clothes in a rainbow palette - it's not just her personal preferences. In the documentary, dedicated to the 90th anniversary of Elizabeth II, the her daughter Sophie told me that in this way it enables at events with large crowds each to see it. In short, people to then be able to say: "I saw the Queen!"
11. The monotony of everyday life surrounded by Elizabeth II just does not happen!
12. It looks like it definitely seen a few kilometers away!
13. Thus, as we have already counted coincidences?
14. The silver umbrella - the best choice for this outfit!
15. The Queen on the style!
16. We loved it!
17. Hit 1-to-1!
18. But now it is possible and to lose the power of speech ...
19. Look, this is - is not the same blue umbrella, and the new!
20. Lost count?
Then let's look again!