This Queen Just Made This £56 Zara Outfit Look So Expensive

When it comes to royal style, Queen Rania of Jordan always hits the right note, balancing the dress codes and often conservative expectations that are in place for high-profile official visits with more directional and fashion-forward choices. Her outfit for a ceremony yesterday was the perfect example of this, as she wore Zara and a fashion-girl favourite handbag, opting for a statement bold print rather than anything too safe. She wore a blue-and-burgundy printed blouse with a neck-tie detail that is £26 from Zara, with a similar but still clashing printed skirt with a handkerchief hem, which is £30 from Zara.

Royals around the world love to mix high-end designers with the high street, so she completed her look with a beautiful handbag by Gabriela Hearst. 

Gabriela hearst nina bag and zara outfit:

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Anyone who has watched The Crown will know that Queen Elizabeth II is all about tradition and continuity, even when it comes down to her wardrobe. She has been wearing handbags by Launer for decades, and according to the Telegraph, she owns over 200 Launer bags. The Queen might not be one to try a new handbag designer or cult bag, but royals around the world have discovered a new leather sidekick.

Gabriela Hearst's Nina bag is the epitome of luxury—it is the first bag from the New York designer and comes in rich colours like cognac and deep emerald green. The Duchess of Sussex is a fan of this bag and has worn it in both tan and green, and this week Queen Rania of Jordan debuted her tan bag.

Keep scrolling to shop Queen Rania of Jordan's outfit—and see more of the Nina bag below. 

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Gabriela hearst nina bag:

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Shop the Bag:

The Nina bag in rose gold (price upon request).

The Nina bag in chocolate (price upon request).

The Nina bag in nude with a navy handle (price upon request).

The Nina bag in green (price upon request).

The Nina bag in white and cognac (price upon request).

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