The Queen is known throughout the world for her continuing elegance, even in her ninth decade. She has costumes for every occasion in a variety of bold, bright colors. From royal blue to bright yellow, Her Majesty has seen in every striking shade.
Stewart Parvin told the Sunday Times in 2012 that one of the strangest privileges the queen is enjoying is that she has a special assistant to cut her new shoes over so that she doesn't get blisters .
The stylist said: t[The shoes] you must be comfortable immediately.
“She asks someone to wear them.
"The Queen can't say 'I'm uncomfortable, I can't walk anymore.'
“She has a right to be worn.”
Mr Parvin also claimed that it is not difficult to make Her Majesty look insurmountable because he is not simply persuading.
He said: “We always choose non-curved fabrics, we get into extra troubles to line them up so they don't.
“I'm someone collecting all their clothes.
“I'm always hot, the Queen is very lucky, she doesn't cry her clothes (because) she doesn't fain.
“If you're a cold person, your clothes don't retreat.” T
To ensure that no uniform is used twice for the same occasion, the Queen's stylist also said that she keeps a computer spreadsheet listing all items she wears alongside a date, time and time. details of the engagement.
Even the jewelery and accessories used to complete the ensemble are written down, which means the queen can "mix and match", allowing her to reuse her favorite clothes while trying to wear something new every time.
The Queen's main item is a yellow dress, called "butter butter", revealed Mr Parvin.