Prince Philip – who has a well-rounded lifestyle and personal style and will always be remembered for his edgy choices and ability.
The life of the late Prince Philip is known for his outstanding achievements and activities in the field of philanthropy and dedication to environmentalism. But there’s something special about the Duke of Edinburgh that not many people know about: his sense of fashion. In the Duke of Edinburgh’s list of young people’s advice published last year, Prince Philip advised us to “dress for ourselves, not others”.
According to fashion industry celebrities and royal observers, the Duke of Edinburgh will always be remembered for his charm, sense of humour, and personal elegance. .
Though Prince Philip may not be the most talked about royal style icon in recent years. But his fashion choices always show that he is a confident person in dressing, especially for classic British fashion. During his 73 years of marriage to Queen Elizabeth II, he has always been polite and meticulous in his choice of outfits when paired with her. His clothes are always a harmonious and perfect complement but never overshadow the image of the Queen.
For GQ editor-in-chief and British Men’s Fashion Council president, Dylan Jones, the late Prince Philip was a ‘sartorial connoisseur’. personalization and tailoring, tailor-made). According to Jones, as a “pagan” in the British Royal Family, Duke Philip always tries to be as quintessentially English as possible. Therefore, he is clearly one of the best dressed men in England.
During the weekends, he always chooses a simple and comfortable sport style for himself. The Duke loves lace-up, waterproof jeans with tweed and cap for sunny weekends in Balmoral, Scotland or walks in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
According to the Independent once reported, Prince Philip does not have a hobby of chasing expensive jewelry or high-end Swiss watches like other members of the royal family. He usually wears a plain watch with a brown leather strap and a brass bracelet to soothe arthritis.
Designer Manolo Blahnik once said: “The Duke of Edinburgh has the timeless style of a refined English gentleman, embodying all the divine virtues of Savile Row’s legendary tailoring. Whether in a neat suit or an authoritative military uniform, he always looks perfect.”