Queen Rania has worn plenty of high fashion designs: a fringe Balmain maxi, spicy red Louis Vuitton bag, and Fendi Peekaboo purse, to name a few. But at her core, she's just another royal with smart style sense and a handful of tricks up her sleeve.
As Jordan marked its 70th Independence Day last year, the queen was celebrating the public holiday with her family. She appropriately chose a gown by a native designer, Hama Hinnawi, for a ceremony at Amman. While the intricate embroidery on her skirt is unmissable and the cranberry shade of her bodice complements it just right, Queen Rania followed through with the matchy-matchy theme on her own.
She selected pointed-toe pumps in red along with an embellished wide belt that cinched the peplum detail at her waist. Her silver pendant necklace, coordinated rings and spindly earrings, and the stitching on her box clutch were every bit as ornate as the rest of her ensemble. While we often find ourselves at a party on July 4 in denim cutoffs and a tank, Queen Rania's regal look make us reconsider. Read on for an all angles view at Queen Rania's unforgettable silhouette.