Almost every one of us is not averse to dressing luxuriously. But is it possible at the same time to avoid serious financial spending? If you are concerned about this issue, then pay attention to Her Majesty Elizabeth II. Today, the Queen of Britain allows herself to appear at state receptions in the same outfit, but with different trimmings.
At a banquet in Toronto for her visit to Canada, Elizabeth II appeared in a long white lace dress. The right sleeve and part of the neckline were expertly embroidered with Swarovski crystals. The pattern was made in the form of maple leaves - the symbol of Canada.
The fact is that in the fall of last year, the monarch already demonstrated this dress when she was on an official visit to Trinidad and Tobago. Only then the hem of the outfit was decorated with two bright birds - the ibis and the chachalaka - the symbols of Trinidad and Tobago. On the left side of the dress was embroidered a long red-green branch of the wild poinsettia flower, which is considered the national flower of this state in the southern Caribbean. As you know, designer Angela Kelly is working on the outfits of the British monarch. It is she who is entrusted with the responsible process of & transformation & royal dresses. & The Queen tries to avoid unnecessary costs and therefore does not consider it shameful to wear luxurious outfits several times &, - a representative of the royal court told reporters earlier.
It is worth noting that Elizabeth II will not return to Buckingham Palace empty-handed. During a visit to Research in Motion (RIM) in Canada, Her Majesty received a gift of the latest BlackBerry smartphone. One of the founders of RIM, Mike Lazaridis, personally presented the Queen with a BlackBerry Bold 9700 with a photo of the children of the local school, who had previously presented her with flowers. As journalists note, this royal outfit can be called & the most used &.