What the Color of Queen Elizabeth's Royal Wedding Outfit Means
A color expert weighs in on Lilibet's look.
For the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Queen Elizabeth II wore an eye-catching lime green coat with a matching hat featuring a purple flower and a floral dress. The coat and dress were designed by Royal Victorian Order member, designer Stewart Parvin and the hat was made by Angela Kelly, official dressmaker to the queen. We loved the queen's festive look and were curious to learn the symbolism behind her color choice.
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As June McLeod, color consultant and author of Color Psychology Today, told GoodHousekeeping.com, the Queen's color choice may very well have sent a subliminal message: "Green is the color of growth and rebirth. A person who wears green is the regulator and open-hearted. Green is a highly significant color worn as a sign of respect and intention for the future."
Coupled with her show-stopping hat and some of her most exquisite jewels, we sure think this was a look for the ages.