Recycling her wardrobe

Queen Rania is not only an influential figure in the region, but also a style icon. The Jordanian Royal is known for her elegant looks, and is often spotted wearing designer brands and championing up-and-coming regional labels.

Despite her access to the latest trends, the Queen choses to occasionally recycle previously worn outfits. This has become common among royals, as we have seen Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle both re-wear pieces from their wardrobe. Just recently, the Duchess of Sussex re-wore her engagement dress for a special occasion.

In her most recent royal appearance, Queen Rania stepped out purple winter dress, which looked a little too familiar. While attending the fourth ordinary session of the 18th Parliament in Amman, the royal wore a dark purple ribbed stretch-knit midi dress from Australian label Ellery Conrad. She complimented the bell sleeved dress an embellished buckle woven belt by Etro, a red Givenchy handbag and Gianvito Rossi pumps.


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The first time Queen Rania was spotted in this winter dress was back in September 2017, when she wore it while visiting one of the exhibitions by the Jordan River Foundation. However, back then, the mother-of-four styled the look differently, giving it a totally different vibe. She paired it with a tan leather belt by Rag & Bone, shiny metallic pumps and a colourful clutch.


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This isn’t the first time that we have seen the Queen recycle a piece from her wardrobe. Earlier this year, while on an official trip to Turkey, the Jordanian Royal stepped out in a baby pink blouse from Bottega Veneta, and a mohair-blend embellished pencil skirt from Prada’s Fall 2017 runway, which she wore once before, during a visit to the UK.


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