Lady Diana set some of her own Royal rules, like not wearing gloves during official visits.
Princess Diana ruled the art of royal dressing. From effortlessly accentuating her beauty with comfy clothing to seamlessly embracing royal etiquettes in classy gowns, Lady Diana's looks created iconic style trends that would be remembered for years to come. She was arguably the greatest fashionista of the 20th century, who despite being from the royal family, set some of her own rules - like not wearing gloves during official visits. Diana managed to be the star at every event she went to for years until her tragic death in Paris.
Here are some of her most memorable looks:
One of the most iconic moments captured in 1981. Princess Diana was wearing a dreamy dress by Bellville Sassoon.
Dressed in pink gingham trousers and a matching jumper, the princess looked radiant in 1986.
In a beautiful gown by Victor Edelstein.
The people's Princess liked keeping it comfortable and casual some days.
Gorgeous as always even at the Cannes Film Festival.
With this dress, Diana immediately transitioned from a shy young aristocrat to a Royal Princess.
Back in 1985, Princess Diana stunned everyone at a fashion show at Grosvenor House Hotel in London with her metallic dress designed by Bruce Oldfield.
Princess Diana dazzled everyone in her red dress while attending a ballet at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden.
Lady Di wore the iconic black plunging Christina Stambolian piece to the Serpentine Gallery summer party in June 1994. The same night Prince Charles revealed his affair with Camilla Parker-Bowles on television.
The Princess of Wales had donned the "Elvis dress" while visiting the Culture Centre in Hong Kong.
Di wears a pale blue halter-neck dress designed by Catherine Walker, while attending a dinner hosted by Vanity Fair magazine at the Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park, London, England, in June 1995.
Cover image source: Getty Images | Photos by (L) Ian Gavan, (R) Princess Diana Archive/Hulton Archive