From a young girl to Britain's longest-reigning queen, Elizabeth II had a sense of style. She remained true to this until her last breath!
Queen Elizabeth II, affectionately known as Lilibet, was crowned Queen of England in 1952 at the age of 25 following the death of her father, King George VI.
Queen Elizabeth has an elegant sense of fashion, even when she's wearing the brightest colors on a winter morning. In 1953, the Queen wore a royal gown with delicate lace details.
In 1967, Queen Elizabeth stunned the world when she wore a fur wrap dress, a sparkling silver gown, diamond jewelry and a crown at the premiere of Doctor Dolittle.
For those who think Queen Elizabeth never experimented, she certainly did in her time. The photo was taken on her silver jubilee in 1976, when she donned a gorgeous new gown and a striking crown.
Queen Elizabeth is also known for her outstanding hat collection. In 1982, during a tour, she showed off a most unusual purple hat with purple feathers.
On the same trip, Queen Elizabeth wore a blue pleated dress paired with a blue hat with large flowers, giving another style inspiration.
The Queen, who has always worn outlandish gowns, once again shocked the world in 1983 when she designed a frothy, long-sleeved gown for a meeting with President Ronald Reagan.
The Queen once again wowed us in a pale pink gown, pearl jewellery, brooch and floral hat during her royal visit to Malta.
In 1999, the Queen's collection of covered gowns caught the attention of many. But the queen didn't pay attention and instead showed off her style.
For the Queen's Golden Jubilee tour, she opted for a bright red coat dress, which she paired with a purple hat. A look only a queen could pull off.
Who says the Queen can't wear the brightest colors? Queen Elizabeth defied that notion by donning a neon green coat gown with a matching neon hat and her signature pearl jewellery.