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Princess Diana's casual outfits were a fixture of the 90's. Check out these Amazon dupes - biker shorts included!
Princess Diana without a doubt captured the hearts of people around the world with her kindness, philanthropy, and style. From her extravagant wedding gown to her iconic revenge dress, Diana's clothing has influenced not just a nation but the world when it comes to 80's and 90's fashion. Even almost 25 years after her death, Princess Diana's flair for clothing still inspires us all.
One thing about Princess Diana is that she rocked everything from formal wear, to business attire, to casual clothing! Stars like Hailey Bieber pull inspiration from Diana's casual outfits - and we can see why! Princess Diana's casual style had all the right notes of royalty and comfort. Here are a few pieces I found on Amazon that are perfect to recreate some of Diana's best on-the-go looks.
Princess Diana's gym ensembles are so timeless that they are trending everywhere today! The comfy combination of biker shorts and an oversized crewneck with slouchy socks and trainers is so chic and there are so many different variations of it you can do.
This is one of my favorite athleisure outfits because it is effortlessly cool yet still very put together. I have a feeling this style isn't going anywhere.
If you want to know the cutest way to cut a hoodie into a crewneck (which is so 90's...) check out the post I wrote about it here.
Some of my favorite photos of Princess Diana are when she's not actively working and she's wearing super trendy styles that are sooo 90's! There is a picture of her in an oversized men's blazer and well-fitting jeans tucked into her boots that is just so unique and cool. She usually sported some variation of this outfit especially when she was out in the fields or watching a game.
Diana also mastered the off-duty look with just the right notes of casual and chic. She opted for comfort in some ways, going for knit sweaters and loafers, but brought the formality up a notch with a belt and some major sunnies. Very old money aesthetic of her!