Millions of Brits believe the Queen has inspired the nation with her sense of style – with her lime green and purple ensemble worn to Harry and Meghan’s wedding named her most iconic look.
A study of 2,000 adults saw a bright green dress and hat worn during the 2016 Trooping the Colour come second, followed by a purple dress coat donned for the memorial service for the Earl of Snowdon in 2017.
An orange head scarf and dress combo worn during Her Majesty’s tour of the West Indies in 1966 also featured in the top 20 most iconic looks.
Other outfits included a simple black dress, pearl necklace and a bundle of poppies at The Royal Albert Hall for Remembrance Sunday in 2001, and a more casual look of a blazer, knee high boots and colourful head scarf worn at the Windsor Horse Show in 1988.
It also emerged a quarter of adults have felt personally inspired by her majesty’s looks.
And 40 per cent believe the nation as a whole has been influenced, due to her distinctive look (43 per cent), classic style (50 per cent) and ‘simple yet effective’ outfits (42 per cent).
But 38 per cent believe the Queen’s style has evolved to be more colourful over the decades, with the most popular shades to see her in being light blue (27 per cent), yellow (22 per cent) and navy blue (21 per cent).
While 67 per cent feel no one else dresses like the Queen.
The research, commissioned by centre:mk [www.centremk.com] ahead of the Platinum Jubilee, saw respondents predict a silver look for the celebrations, with gold and lilac also proving popular.
Almost half believe the Queen will be remembered for her style, with 45 per cent always looking forward to seeing what she is wearing at a royal event.
Kim Priest, from centre:mk, said:

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