Fashion: Off-duty Diana
As demonstrated by the new series of The Crown, Princess Diana’s fashion choices prove that a well-made wardrobe can survive the test of time
If the new series of The Crown has kept Irish viewers gripped with its rendering of Irish-British relations, another aspect has also been impressively on display in the fourth season: the style choices of the late Princess Diana.
We recall the effortlessly cool style Diana was known for in the 1980s: jumpers, blazers, casual trousers and meticulously selected accessories that tied together her timeless Knightsbridge look. Many of her outfits wouldn’t look out of place...
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