In addition to her charitable endeavours and humanitarian work, royal fans from all over the world seem to admire Her Majesty Queen Rania‘s remarkable sense of style. No matter what the occasion, the Queen is always dressed in timeless ensembles that exudes pure glamour, elegance and class. She frequently appears in world-famous publications as fans look for fashion inspiration in all her iconic appearances. It looks like November has yet again been the Queen of Jordan’s month as she serves major fashion inspo at all the events she has attended lately. Take notes for your next look, from her long blazer dress to a cropped tweed jacket.
On Tuesday, November 15, The Queen attended a state dinner banquet held at Al Husseiniya Palace wearing a lantern-sleeves purple gown with an exquisite crystal brooch. She completed the look with her signature minimal makeup and infectious smile.
A shiny cropped jacket paired with black pants and top was Queen Rania’s style choice for the Web Summit 2022 in Lisbon.
Her Majesty recently met the team of Makesy Mobile app to extend her support for bringing local designers, artisans and buyers through e-commerce. She was seen wearing a white frill dress with floral details on the borders, paired with red heels and a matching red jacket.
The Queen was recently photographed with her majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden and Her Royal Highness Princess Rym Ali on their first day of visiting Jordan. She greeted the esteemed visitors in a long blue blazer paired with a maroon skirt and a contrasting bag.
On November 13, Queen Rania attended the opening of the 19th Parliament’s second ordinary session along with other members of the Royal family in a Red Bazaza dress with a Jennifer Chamandi clutch. Red surely is the Queen’s color.
For her recent meeting with Pope Francis, Queen Rania wore a white scarf over her head with a regal black dress. She captioned the photo saying, “It was an honor to accompany His Majesty to the Vatican earlier today for a meeting with Pope Francis, attended by HRH Prince Ghazi. I was deeply moved by His Holiness’ warmth, humility, and his unwavering commitment to peace and interfaith dialogue.”
Traditional attire has never looked better, thanks to Queen Rania for styling a thobe dress with intricate tatreez embroidery,