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Queen Rania of Jordan Puts Her Stamp on the Floral Top

HM Queen Rania of Jordan has taken Washington D.C. by storm. Her Majesty accompanied King Abdullah to the White House last Tuesday, followed by meetings with Congress regarding Jordan’s future security. For further meetings, Her Majesty swapped out her monochromatic ensembles and peppered her otherwise minimal style with blooming floral prints. Her Majesty’s tailored blouse featured a modern interpretation of florals. The cream top was the perfect base to let the subtle rose and green hues pop and created a cool twist to her riff on designer Carolina Herrera’s crisp white shirt and skirt combo.

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Earlier in the week, Her Majesty chose fluid, wide-leg trousers from Adeam, which she teamed with a collarless, pleated blouse from the same label. Both free-flowing and tailored, the combination was crafted in a muted rose hue, and Queen Rania added a matching top-handle bag in a marginally punchier palette. The tonal ensemble is not the first time the royal has turned to Japan-born designer Hanako Maeda, after sporting an Adeam midi in pale pink to a luncheon last month. First Lady Melania Trump twinned in a blush Proenza Schouler dress, which featured artful pleating, folded skirt, and belted waist.

During her US visit, HM also showcased her directional, yet polished style in a tailored, white shirt tucked neatly into her blue, striped, crêpe wrap skirt from Fendi while meeting with the US President, senior US officials, and committees at Capitol House. She elevated the look with a pair of brown, python-embellished, closed-toe Fendi pumps and a matching mocha-colored Céline Patina bag. A delicate necklace and a pair of earrings finished the refined look in a subtle way.

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This article first appeared on Vogue.com

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