Fashion

Here's Where You Can Buy All the Products Your Favorite Royals Are Obsessed With

You may not be able to snag their crowns, but you can get practically everything else.
IMAGE GETTY
Comments

Unfortunately, a royal title can't be bought. So plebeians like myself are forced to admire the royal families of various countries from afar. Thankfully, though, you can snag some of their favorite fashion and beauty items. Here are 23 products they love that you can own—even if you bank account isn't royal in size.

Princess Beatrice's custom Edie Parker clutch


Princess Beatrice, Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter, often wears a custom Edie Parker bag with "Bea" written on the side. You can customize your own bag with whatever word you want. ($1,295 [P64,750]; neimanmarcus.com)

Princess Beatrice's skin care savior


Princess Beatrice uses Dr. Organic Snail Gel for her skin. I'm more than a tad skeptical of putting anything called "snail gel" on my face but, hey, if it's good enough for a princess... ($26.25 [P1,312.50]; amazon.com)

Princess Diana's wedding day fragrance


For her wedding day, Princess Diana chose Quelques Fleurs perfume. It retails for $600 (P30,000), but that seems like a small price to pay to smell like Lady Di. ($600 [P30,000]; nordstrom.com)

Queen Elizabeth's hand cream


Queen Elizabeth has shaken many hands in her tenure as queen, so to keep her own hands looking young, she relies on Clarins. ($21.99 [P1,099.50]; amazon.com)

Queen Elizabeth's lipstick


Of course the head of the entire British monarchy relies on a classic: Elizabeth Arden's Bold Red lipstick. ($27 [P1,350]; elizabetharden.com)

Queen Elizabeth's perfume


Floris is the Queen's favorite perfumer, and she's been loyal to the company for years. They've even made her custom scents for her birthday! ($83 [P4,150]; amazon.com)

Princess Eugenie's bronzer


Princess Eugenie, Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter, knows how to do her makeup for when she's in front of the camera — she uses Bobbi Brown's bronzer to give herself a natural glow. ($42 [P2,100]; nordstrom.com)

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

Princess Eugenie's mascara


No smokey eye is complete without great lashes, and Princess Eugenie uses Charlotte Tilbury to keep hers voluminous. ($29 [P1,450]; nordstrom.com)

Charlotte Casiraghi's favorite Gucci bag


Charlotte Casiraghi, eighth in line to the throne of Monaco and a fashion industry staple, loves her Gucci Soho bag. ($980 [P49,000]; neimanmarcus.com)

Princess Sofia of Sweden's clutch


Princess Sofia of Sweden, a former model, knows how to mix high and low fashion. For a recent event, she wore an H&M clutch that only costs $18 (P900)! ($18 [P900]; hm.com)

Kate Middleton's wedding day perfume


For her wedding day, Kate Middleton chose a scent called White Gardenia Petals, by British perfumer Illuminum. ($150 [P7,500]; barneys.com)

Queen Letizia of Spain's earrings


Queen Letizia of Spain loves a good statement earring, and these black onyx studs with white onyx teardrops certainly fit the bill. ($373 [P18,650]; coolook.es)

Queen Letizia's bedazzled sandals


These mules, complete with a bow and stud detailing, are the perfect combination of edgy and preppy. Queen Letizia even had a platform added. ($450 [P22,500]; magrit.es)

Queen Letizia's nude pumps


If you're looking for a classic nude pump to add to your wardrobe, Queen Letizia rocks this Lodi heel regularly. ($143 [P7,150]; lodi.es)

Queen Letizia's Hugo Boss top


Embrace the off the shoulder trend with this simple (but elegant) Hugo Boss shirt that Queen Letizia recently wore to present an award. ($215 [P10,750]; saksfifthavenue.com)

Queen Letizia's red skirt


Make a statement in this bright red skirt that's a staple in Queen Letizia's wardrobe. ($215 [P10,750]; hugoboss.com)

Charlotte Casiraghi's signature Gucci lipstick


Charlotte has also been the face of Gucci's makeup lines in the past, which explains why she's so loyal to their iconic red lipstick. ($39 [P1,950]; shopspring.com)

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece's body cream


If you haven't heard of this budding fashionista from Greece, she's definitely someone to keep on your radar. She doesn't wear perfume, but swears by Amazing Grace by Philosophy cream to smell great. ($28 [P1,400]; amazon.com)

Princess Mary of Denmark's skin care secret


Princess Mary is known for her amazing complexion, and she uses Ole Henriksen products to stay looking young. ($48 [P2,400]; olehenriksen.com)

Queen consort Sofia of Spain's fragrance


Nina Ricci's L'air Du Temps perfume is a staple among royal women around the world, but Queen Sofia of Spain is one of its biggest fans. ($33 [P1,650]; amazon.com)

Queen Silvia of Sweden's soap


This Swedish soap company, Victoria Scandinavian Soaphas been the purveyor to the Swedish King (and presumably the queen) since 1924. ($4.50 [P225]; amazon.com)

Princess Victoria of Sweden's earrings


Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden knows a good set of diamonds when she sees one, and these Clouds and Stars earrings are a favorite of hers. ($1,805 [P90,250]; efvaattling.se)

Grace Kelly's wedding day fragrance


Grace Kelly walked down the aisle wearing Creed Fleurissimo, a perfume custom made not for her but her husband, Prince Rainier. He wanted it to complement her wedding bouquet. ($350 [P17,500]; neimanmarcus.com)

From: Redbook

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

* Prices are based on the currency rate of $1 = PHP 50.

Comments
About The Author
Emma Baty
View Other Articles From Emma Baty
Comments
Latest Stories
 
Share
Once upon a time when couture was standard, these fashion masters were the ones trusted by Manila's elite.
 
Share
Seven notorious con men (and women) who were caught in the act.
 
Share
An elite group of artists are growing in influence and reach. Here's the key to cracking their codes.
 
Share
Let these broad strokes be your quick-test when governing the sometimes ungovernable.
 
Share
“Your age is less chronological and more attitudinal," she says.
 
Share
It will be the first lunar mission taken by humans since NASA sent Apollo 17 there in 1972.
 
Share
In the 1930s, its factory caught fire, which burnt down everything but aluminum.
 
Share
With Basquiats, Modiglianis, and Picassos going for upwards of $100 million, the stakes have never been higher.
 
Share
How one woman is taking on an rampant problem of counterfeit wines.
 
Share
"My character wasn’t written to be Filipino-American, they actually changed her to give me this role," says Danielle Lyn.
 
Share
Chris Do, along with other expert creatives, will take part in CITEM’s CREATE Philippines.
Load More Articles
CONNECT WITH US