All of The Queen’s Jubilee outfits from 1977 to now

Over the past 70 years we have seen Queen Elizabeth II sport various styles and outfits, however, one thing she is known for is her love of all things colour.

This has led to Her Majesty becoming known as the rainbow Queen, as we’re always seeing her sport a bright and bold color choice.

Whenever there is a big formal event which majority of the Royal Family are in attendance for, the thought in everyone’s minds is what color will The Queen wear.

With her Platinum Jubilee celebrations underway, we wonder what we might possibly see Her Majesty sport for the Trooping The Color as we look back over her past outfits from her previous celebratory jubilees.

The Silver Jubilee (1977)



Queen Elizabeth II posed for her silver jubilee portrait in the Throne Room of Buckingham Palace

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For the official photo to mark her 25 years on the throne, Queen Elizabeth posed in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace and paid tribute to her coronation gown with a new creation.

In the image The Queen is seen wearing a sleeveless white silk gown which is embellished with silver and gold crystals that flow around the garment in a chevron pattern.

The outfit was accessorised with the Imperial State Crown that she wore for the coronation along with a red velvet and gold embroidered robe.



Queen Elizabeth ll wore a head-to-toe pink look for her Silver Jubilee tour
Queen Elizabeth wore a head-to-toe pink look for her Silver Jubilee tour

In addition to her official portrait, The Queen also embarked on a royal tour around the country visiting various towns and cities.

One of her most stand out outfits was this beautiful bubblegum pink look which was designed by one of her favorite dressmakers, Hardy Amies and accessorised with the Williamson pink diamond brooch.

The pink ensemble saw a pleated dress teamed with a coordinating coat and of course a matching hat that was designed by Simone Mirman which featured 25 hanging flowers.

The Golden Jubilee (2002)



The Queen chose to wear a green ensemble for the Trooping the Color ceremony
The Queen chose to wear a green ensemble for the Trooping the Color ceremony in 2002

For the trooping of the color to mark 50 years on the thrown Her Majesty stepped out on to the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch the jets fly over her home.

Making sure she is visible and easily identifiable to the large crowd, she opted for another pop of color with a gorgeous green ensemble.

She paired her fresh colored dress coat with a coordinating wide brimmed hat and a regal pair of white gloves alongside the dazzling Brigade of Guards brooch which honors the British and Commonwealth armies.

The Diamond Jubilee (2012)



The Brigade of Guards brooch is one we usually see Her Majesty sport during her Jubilee years
The dazzling Brigade of Guards brooch is one we usually see Her Majesty sport during her Jubilee years

Jumping ahead to her Diamond Jubilee in 2012, Queen Elizabeth swapped up her colors for the Trooping The Color event and opted for a soft yellow shade which she previously wore to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011.

Her elegant dress coat came with subtle pin-tuck details which added extra design flare to the plain ensemble and it was accessorised with the Brigade of Guards brooch once again.

For the big celebration, members of the Royal Family gathered outside Buckingham Palace alongside Her Majesty for a concert.



Queen Elizabeth chose to wear a gold lame gown to the Diamond Jubilee concert
Queen Elizabeth chose to wear a gold lame gown to the Diamond Jubilee concert in 2012

For the evening of music from the likes of Tom Jones, Grace Jones and even Cheryl, Her Majesty chose to wear something slightly different to which we’re used to seeing her wear.

The Queen made sure to stand out from the crowd in a metallic gold lame dress which was adorned with various trims of antique gold lace and Swarovski crystals.

For the occasion she let the outfit do all the talking as she ditched wearing a trusty brooch for the already twinkling gown.

The Sapphire Jubilee (2017)



Buckingham Palace re-released a portrait of The Queen to mark her Sapphire jubilee
Buckingham Palace re-released a special portrait of The Queen to mark her Sapphire jubilee

2017 marked 65 years since The Queen acceded to the throne which meant that she was the first British Monarch to mark their Sapphire Jubilee.

To celebrate the landmark occasion Buckingham Palace re-released a photograph of The Queen which was taken by David Bailey in 2014.

In the photo Her Majesty is seen wearing a suite of sapphire jewelry given to her by King George VI as a wedding gift in 1947.



Queen Elizabeth honored her Sapphire Jubilee with a blue outfit
Queen Elizabeth honored her Sapphire Jubilee with a blue outfit

In her usual tradition, Queen Elizabeth chose to continue her matching the theme style as she opted to wear a pale blue outfit to the 2017 Trooping The Color ceremony.

The soft shade featured a subtle floral pattern which was echoed with a woven hat that came adorned with a large bow.

Along with her small single pearl earrings and three tiered pearl necklace, she once again chose to sport the Brigade of Guards brooch.

The Platinum Jubilee (2022)



Queen Elizabeth opted for a gray and blue ensemble for her first Platinum Jubilee celebration
Queen Elizabeth opted for a gray and light blue ensemble for her first Platinum Jubilee celebration

For a special Platinum Jubilee Celebration at Windsor Castle, Her Majesty swapped her usual bold and bright ensembles for a mixture of grays and blues which could have been strategic to mimic the color of platinum which is silver.

She decided to wear a glorious pale blue satin dress which was embellished with with dark sequins to break up the ensemble.

To keep her warm she then wore a light gray cardigan and a very chic dark gray shawl that was covered in individual diamond crystals.



All eyes are on what color The Queen will wear for her Jubilee celebrations
All eyes are on what color The Queen will wear for the rest of her Jubilee celebrations

With The Queen’s annual trooping of the color fast approaching, all eyes will be on what color she will choose to wear to celebrate her 70 years on the throne.

With her sporting blues, yellows, pinks so far this year, we would love to see Her Majesty embrace the celebration and sport another phenomenal metallic outfit just like her Diamond Jubilee outfit.

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