Princess Diana’s Best Style Moments Through the Years

Princess Diana was an undeniable force in fashion. From her quirky sweaters and casual ensembles to her stunning black-tie gowns that made you remember she was a real Princess. Decades later, we’re still seeing her sartorial choices influence designers, celebrities and current members of the royal family. See how impeccable the People’s Princess’ style truly was, as we take a look back at Diana’s best looks of all time.

Diana showed up at an event in Cheltenham, England, wearing a suit with nautical influences after her engagement was revealed. (March 1981)
Diana bid farewell as she departed for her honeymoon with Prince Charles at the age of 20. She accessorised her long-sleeved flowery dress with an oversized ivory blazer and one of her signature chokers. (August 1981)
Diana wore a green polka-dot dress created by Catherine Walker to a polo match in London a few weeks before giving birth to her first child. (June 1982)
Princess Diana visited Australian schoolchildren while donning a light, sunny yellow sundress. The princess’s white leather accessories looked stunning with the long-sleeved, high-neck dress. (March 1983)
Diana wore a long-sleeved, calf-length dress with a white bibbed shirt and black boots. (February 1985)
Diana wore yet another Catherine Walker outfit with a light pink hat while she was in Sicily. (April 1985)
Diana wore a bright pink sweater, a pair of cropped pink gingham slacks and white leather moccasins while being photographed at her house in Highgrove House. (July 1986)
Diana appeared in a skintight, leggy LBD known as her “revenge dress” following the airing of a documentary about Charles’ extramarital affairs. (June 1994)
For the Serpentine Gallery Gala, the Princess opted for a daring halter top little dress, accessorised with a metallic handbag and earrings. (June 1995)
For a concert in Italy, Diana wore a white, sleeveless Versace dress with sophisticated heels. The Princess’ pearl drop earrings gave the outfit a touch of glitz. (September 1995)