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HM Queen Rania Steps Out in Zara For the Second Time in Two Weeks

Queen Rania, Zara

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HM Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan is the picture of elegance. Her Instagram page is like cat-nip for fashion lovers, boasting perfectly-curated pictures of Her Majesty wearing designer labels like Celine, Fendi, Ralph & Russo, and more. But her most recent sartorial choice proves that you don’t have to spend a fortune to look like a royal.

At the Arab Social Media Awards held in Dubai on Monday, to receive the Influential Personality of the Year award, the Queen wore a velvet, emerald blouse and pleated culottes from Zara that retails at a bargain AED/SAR 183. She accessorized her ensemble with a metallic belt from Safiyaa cinched around her waist and a reflective Apple Watch. A pair of Christian Dior pumps brought together the high-low look.

It’s not the first time that Her Majesty has stepped out in a look from the Spanish high-street retailer. The Queen chose a midnight-colored dress from Zara last week, to meet with the second graduating class of the Queen Rania Teacher Academy (QRTA) just last week. The long-sleeved, high-street design featured a tie waist which she accessorized with a pair of black pumps and a matching handbag.

Queen Rania isn’t the only royal who shops from the Spanish fast-fashion retailer either. The Duchess of Cambridge and Spain’s Queen Letizia are both fans. Hey, if it’s good enough for a royal, it’s good enough for us.

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