Thought world leaders could only wear boring, bog-standard suits? Think again.

When it comes to well-dressed royals, the pool is big – especially in the Middle East.

We’ve celebrated the sartorial power of icons including HRH Princess Haya bint al Hussein, Qatar’s HH Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned, and Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan time and time again.

However rarely does a man make the best-dressed cut… until now.

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King Mohammed VI of Morocco – who’s been dubbed the King of Fashion according to StepFeed – is one commendable risk-taker when it comes to his wardrobe choices.

Sure, he’ll rock a tailored suit in subdued black when the occasion calls for it, but the royal is equally at home in bold prints and statement-making fabrics.

The 53-year-old, who has reigned since 1999, is married to the equally-stylish Princess Lalla Salma, and the couple share two (well-dressed, we imagine) children.

So, with no further ado, here are some of King Mohammed’s most noteworthy looks…

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When HH sports a djellaba (that’s a traditional Moroccan hooded kaftan), he’s never afraid to experiment with vivid colour combinations.

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Case in point (we especially love how the royals have opted for tone-on-tone outfits).

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When it comes to suiting up, King Mohammed is never far from a debonair pocket-square and a snazzy tie or shades.

When it comes to off-duty dressing, the ruler is a fan of the vibrant printed blazer.

He’s also been known to dabble in stonewashed denim.

His outerwear game is always on point.

And if you needed further proof…

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Hat tip: StepFeed
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