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Queen Rania’s Latest Look Proves That Latte Dressing is Here to Stay

HM Queen Rania of Jordan just gave latte dressing her royal stamp of approval on her recent visit to the Al Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans.

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HM Queen Rania of Jordan is not one to shy away from bold colors and saturated hues as her wardrobe has shown over the past decade. However, it’s safe to say that the royal does neutrals just as well, seeing as she is the latest public figure to ace the ongoing trend of latte dressing. On her visit to the Al Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans on Tuesday, the queen opted for beige knitwear paired with cream-colored trousers, paired with dark brown footwear.

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The wool blend top by Palmer Harding came with a turtleneck, slits on the side, and a lace-up detail at the front, which complemented the wide-legged bottoms. The mother-of-four went minimal with accessories for this look, and simply sported an Apple Watch with a brown strap, and gold earrings. Queen Rania is not the only royal to favor latte dressing recently, with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex frequently stepping out in muted hues as well. The trend, which first originated in fall 2023, seems to be making its way well into the end of winter this year, proving that pieces in neutral colors are wardrobe staples worth investing in.

 

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Queen Rania’s visit to the Al Aman Fund saw the royal meet with a group of orphaned youth benefiting from the organization’s educational scholarships, training programs, and livelihood support. The Al Aman Fund was launched in 2006 by Queen Rania, who went on to express how proud she is of the group’s achievements, adding that “they should be proud of themselves and everything they have worked hard to accomplish.” She said, “Al Aman Fund isn’t just an organization – it’s a family. And each of you has a family that will always be there for you.”

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