Princess Diana's Top 3 Style Moments
It's hard to look back on Princess Diana's tragic passing and not be saddened by the thought of "what could have been." Everyone loved her—even those who opposed the Royals, in fact perhaps those even more so after she became the one that got away. Diana signified patience, grace, beauty, and innocence, even when her not-so-innocent secrets became exposed, and much like the woman she was, her wardrobe exercised that exact same balance.
Diana's style was classic and conservative, but often groundbreaking in her ability to push the limits of how a demure princess should dress. Some of her more sexy styles would pass as reserved nowadays, but in the Eighties, her brand of choker necklaces with bare shoulders and décolletage was quite revolutionary, especially for a Royal.
Here are our top three style moments from the life of Diana:
Diana arrived at a Vanity Fair party in London in this black Versace dress to the sound of jaws dropping around the world. It was her first foray into sexier styles and that off-the-shoulder neckline became a style signature. She also sported a longer version of this look with that same pearl choker for her famous dance with John Travolta at the White House in 1985.