A fashion icon

When you think of style icons from the Middle East, it is hard not to think of Jordan’s Queen Rania. Over the years, the Royal has sported pieces from international fashion houses like Dior and Fendi, to regional designers like Elie Saab and Azzi & Osta, and even high-street labels like Zara.

Here are all the fashionable looks championed by the Jordanian Royal in 2019 so far

January

 

 

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For her first event OF 2019, the Jordanian Royal looked elegant in a checkered buttoned up blouse by A.W.A.K.E, and an asymmetric navy skirt. What caught our attention was the Chilluxe bag in Le Grand Bleu from Dubai-based label, HALM.

 

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Queen Rania appeared with her husband His Majesty King Abdullah to celebrate Arbour Day by planting trees at Al Kamaliya Forest. The Queen got to work in a belted checkered blazer dress, by infamous street-wear brand Off-White. However, she put her own regal twist on it, by paring the dress with jeans and boots – keeping it modest.

 

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During a visit to the Bader Charity Society for Women, the Queen looked chic in a powder pink Burberry wool turtleneck sweater. She paired the look with dark blue jeans and beige leather booties from Celine.

 

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Queen Rania appeared with her husband His Majesty King Abdullah to launch the QRTA campus at the University of Jordan. She wore a midi-dress from Gabriela Hearst, which she paired with black pumps from Christian Dior. In her hand, the Jordanian royal held a navy Fendi peekaboo mini bag.

February

 

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During an official trip to Turkey, the Queen looked regal in a silk long-sleeved top and a matching pleated skirt from Los Angeles-based label Co. She completed the look with a belt from Bottega Veneta, and Dior heels.

 

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On the second day of the trip, 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. She complimented the look with grey heels from Gianvito Rossi, and a pink handbag from Loeffler Randall.

 

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During a trip to Tunisia, the Queen looked regal in a powder blue dress by Georgian designer, Maka Kvitisiani. She complimented the long-sleeved dress with a Fendi animal print bag, and grey Gianvito Rossi heels.

 

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During a visit to the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, Queen Rania wore the coolest leather jacket by Hussein Bazaza. She paired it with Tom Ford ombré and a Givenchy bag.

 

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Queen Rania looked as stylish as ever during the visit from the Queen of Netherland. She wore a black Loewe zip jacket, with wide long sleeves, and a grey denim Bottega Veneta skirt, with leather details around the waist. She completed the look with dark grey Dior heels, a Givenchy goatskin handbag, and the Apple watch which she is always seen wearing.

 

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The ever stylish Jordanian Queen looked elegant and chic in a formal fuchsia dress while meeting the British royals. However, it was her lilac pumps that caught our attention. The Royal wore the ‘Thalia pumps’ from Jordanian shoe designer Amina Muaddi.

March

 

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Queen Rania wore a petrol-blue midi dress paired with a matching boucle cropped jacket – nailing the effortlessly chic look in Italy. She completed the ensemble with light blue suede heels from Salvatore Ferragamo, a Louis Vuitton petite boite chapeau bag in ocean blue and topaz drop earrings from Stephen Webster.

 

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In Paris, the mother of four stunned in a black leather shirt and pleated skirt combo from Italian label Ermanno Scervino. Another handbag from Louis Vuitton and black Prada pumps complimented her look.

April

 

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The Queen accompanied her husband King Abdullah II and their son Crown Prince Al Hussein to the World Economic Forum. She looked fierce and elegant in an all black suit, with a white blouse underneath and white stripes on the sides of the pants.

 

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Queen Rania welcomed Turkish First Lady, Mrs. Emine Erdogan, during her official visit to Jordan. She stunned in a beige and pastel pink dress by Chinese-born, London-based designer Huishan Zhang. She completed the feminine look with a pastel hand-bag and pink pumps.

 

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During a visit to the Crystel offices, the Jordanian Royal wore a powder pink blouse, which she paired with high-waisted linen and cotton pants from Brunello Cucinelli. She completed the stylish look with a Yuzefi Tab Bag in Yellow & Pink, a Roksanda leather belt and Jennifer Chamandi cream pumps.

 

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Later that month, Her Majesty visited Jabal Al- Weibdeh to meet with the men and women of Tajalla for Music and Arts to learn more about how they are keeping and exporting the Jordanian culture. She looked casual chic in a white top and black pants. She added a stylish twist to her look with a bright red Antonio Berardi Constructed Wool Jacket, Dior Pumps and a Jacquemus Logo Plaque Shoulder Bag.

May

 

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During Ramadan, Queen Rania attended an Iftar with a group of young Jordanian men and women. She looked as regal as usual in a red statement dress. Her maxi dress was from London-based label, Cefinn. She paired it with the “Chain It” PM Bag in Damier Stitching from Louis Vuitton, and “Giglio” Patchwork Pumps by Salvatore Ferragamo. Our favourite part of her look though was the jewellery, which was designed by Greek jeweller Nikos Koulis. The Jordanian Royal wore the “Lingerie” White Gold Necklace in Diamonds & White Pearls and the “V” White Gold Earrings in Diamonds & Rubies from the brand.

June

 

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The Royal attended the graduation ceremony of The International Academy – Amman class of 2019. She looked regal in a white Loewe sash-neck layered cotton midi-dress, which she paired with a brown leather belt.

 

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While visiting the Queen Rania Teacher Academy (QRTA) at the University of Jordan, the Royal wore a maroon top which she paired with stripped straight-legged trousers. She completed the look with a pair of maroon Jennifer Chamandi pumps.

 

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Also in June, the Queen met with a group of youth during a visit to Madaba governorate. There she championed Jordanian brand Petra Orfali, wearing an olive shirt linen dress with a black top underneath and a red belt, to give the look a pop of colour. She paired the dress with snake skin pumps from Jennifer Chamandi.

We love her style!

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