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The most praised looks of Princess Diana with dresses that we can imitate this spring

Spring has officially arrived and with it, the most versatile and feminine garment of all: dresses with prints or vibrant colors that help us enhance our natural beauty, just as Princess Diana immortalized them in many ways.

Among her most memorable looks, the constant of the mother of princes Harry and William are very flirtatious dresses, which even more than two decades later we can copy because she was always ahead of her times.

Princess Diana’s most praised looks to imitate this spring

Dresses with sleeves

In 2020 they became (again) a rage and in 2021 we continue to continue with long sleeves, puffed or panties. The volume took over these garments and is very flattering because by enlarging the shoulders, they make the waist appear much smaller.

Princess Diana’s classic pastel dresses

No one doubts that pastel and light and romantic colors are the spring-summer thing, so it is necessary to rescue from our wardrobe the delicate pieces of vaporous fabrics. As Princess Diana did, it is convenient to use belts or those models that mark the waist to show off the figure with them on.

Asymmetric dresses

Being royalty, Princess Diana was always subject to some very rigid rules when it came to fashion, so every time she showed a little more skin on her necklines, it was all the rage. One of her much-remembered outfits was an asymmetrical dress that left her shoulder bare, a very smart option for these hotter months of the year.

Princess Diana and her love for the gingham print

We have seen it in blouses, pants, tailored suits and of course, dresses. This is a highly valued print for these days thanks to its simplicity and elegance that draws attention, while remaining discreet.

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