An icon of fashion
When you think of style icons in the Middle East, it's hard not to think of Jordan's Queen Rania. Over the years, Royal has shown off pieces from international fashion houses such as Dior and Fendi, to regional designers such as Elie Saab and Azzi & Osta, and even high-end labels like Zara.
Here are all the fashionable looks supported by Royal Jordanian in 2019 until now
For its first event in 2019, the Royal of Jordan looked elegant in a checkered buttoned blouse by A.W.A.K.E, and an asymmetrical navy blue skirt. What caught our attention was the Le Grand Bleu Chilluxe bag from the Dubai label, HALM.
Queen Rania appeared with her husband His Majesty King Abdullah to celebrate the Arbor Day by planting trees in the forest of Al Kamaliya. The queen began working in a checkered blazer dress with strap, from the infamous Off-White street wear brand. However, he put his royal touch on it, paring the dress with jeans and boots – keeping it modest.
During a visit to the Bader Charity Society for Women, the queen has a chic look with a blush pink Burberry turtleneck sweater. He combined the look with dark blue jeans and Celine beige leather ankle boots.
Queen Rania appeared with her husband Her Majesty King Abdullah to start the QRTA campus at the University of Jordan. She was wearing a midi dress by Gabriela Hearst, which she paired with black Christian Dior pumps. In his hand, the Jordanian royal held a dark blue Peekaboo Fendi mini bag.
During an official trip to Turkey, the queen looked regal with a long-sleeved silk top and a matching pleated skirt of the Los Angeles label. He completed the look with a Bottega Veneta belt and Dior heels.
On the second day of the trip, the Royal Jordanian came out with a pink-colored Bottega Veneta blouse, and a pencil skirt embellished with mohair from the runway of Prada's autumn 2017, which she once wore during a visit to the UK . She complimented the look with Gianvito Rossi's gray heels and a pink bag by Loeffler Randall.
During a trip to Tunisia, the queen looked regal in a blush-colored dress by Georgian designer Maka Kvitisiani. She complimented the long-sleeved dress with a Fendi animal print bag and the gray heels by Gianvito Rossi.
During a visit to the National Gallery of Fine Arts of Jordan, Queen Rania wore Hussein Bazaza's finest leather jacket. He paired it with the Tom Ford shade and a Givenchy bag.
Queen Rania appeared more elegant than ever during the visit of the Queen of the Netherlands. He was wearing a black jacket with Loewe zip, wide long sleeves and a Bottega Veneta gray denim skirt, with leather details around the waist. She completed the look with dark gray Dior heels, a Givenchy goatskin bag and the Apple watch that she has always seen wearing.
The ever elegant Jordanian queen looked elegant and chic in a formal fuchsia dress while meeting the British royals. However, it was his lilac pumps that caught our attention. The Royal wore the "Thalia pumps" by Jordanian shoe designer Amina Muaddi.
Queen Rania wore an oil blue midi dress paired with a short bouclé-size jacket – nailing to the elegant chic look of all of Italy. He completed the ensemble with Salvatore Ferragamo's blue suede leather heels, an ocean blue petite Louis Vuitton style handbag and Stephen Webster topaz dangle earrings.
In Paris, the mother of four stunned a black leather shirt and a pleated combo skirt of the Italian label Ermanno Scervino. Another handbag from Louis Vuitton and black Prada pumps complete its look.
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 her trousers.
Queen Rania welcomed the Turkish First Lady, Mrs. Emine Erdogan, during her official visit to Jordan. Stunned in a beige and pastel-colored dress by Chinese designer Huishan Zhang, born in London. She completed the feminine look with a pastel handbag and pink décolleté.
During a visit to the Crystel offices, the Royal of Jordan wore a blush-colored blouse, paired with high-waisted trousers and cotton pants by Brunello Cucinelli. He completed the elegant look with a yellow and pink Yuzefi Tab bag, a Roksanda leather belt and Jennifer Chamandi cream pumps.
Later that month, His Majesty visited Jabal Al-Weibdeh to meet the men and women of Tajalla for music and the arts to learn more about how they are maintaining and exporting Jordanian culture. It looked casual chic with a white top and black pants. He added a touch of style to his look with a bright red Antonio Berardi Constructed Wool Jacket, Dior Pumps and a shoulder bag with Jacquemus logo.
During Ramadan, Queen Rania attended an Iftar with a group of young Jordanian men and women. He looked regal as usual in a red dress. His maxi dress was from the London label, Cefinn. He paired it with the "Chain It" PM bag in Damier Stitching by Louis Vuitton and the "Patchwork Giglio" by Salvatore Ferragamo. Our favorite part of her look was the jewel, designed by the Greek jeweler Nikos Koulis. The Royal Jordanian wore the "Lingerie" necklace in white gold with diamonds and white pearls and the white gold "V" earrings in diamonds and rubies of the brand.
Royal attended the graduation ceremony of the 2019 International Academy – Amman class. She looks regal in a Loewe layuette cotton dress combined with a brown leather belt.
While visiting the Queen Rania Teacher Academy (QRTA) at the University of Jordan, the Royal wore a brown top trimmed with straight flared trousers. He completed the look with a pair of Jennifer Chamandi maroon pumps.
Also in June, the queen met a group of young people during a visit to the Madaba governorate. There he defended the Jordanian brand Petra Orfali, wearing a linen dress with an olive green shirt with a black top underneath and a red belt, to give a pop look to the color. He paired the dress with the snakeskin pumps by Jennifer Chamandi.
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