Princess Diana smiling.

Dianacore: The Royal Fashion Aesthetic Inspired By Our Favorite Princess

Princess Diana wore a red midi-length skirt with a red statement sweater and red flats when she dropped Prince Harry off for his very first day of school in 1989.
Monochromatic Reds
To recreate her look while keeping it relevant, opt for a red sequin skirt with a tonal jacket. Layer with a leather moto-style jacket, include white socks, and add a leather bag.
Diana used to rock the biker short look with her iconic Virgin Atlantic sweatshirt and bunched white socks frequently to and from the gym, to devalue paparazzi shots.
Biker Short Look
Create the same look by pairing black biker shorts and a crewneck sweatshirt with white crew socks and retro sneakers. Add a silky bomber jacket for a modern touch.
While on a Royal Tour in 1989, Princess Diana arrived in Dubai, wearing a pink and red coat dress by designer Catherine Walker, with gold buttons and a matching hat.
Red And Pink
To channel this outfit, opt for a midi dress in similar colors and use it as the base of the look. Pair it with a blazer that embodies the color-blocking effect and add a hat.
Diana frequently wore a green Philadelphia Eagles varsity jacket and paired it with a high-waisted denim skirt with a bold, black belt and a simple black top.
Varsity Jackets
The modern recreation of the jacket is available on sites like Amazon, Prime Jackets, and Pro Standard. To keep it contemporary, pair it with a rider skirt and a skinny belt.
In 1993, Diana arrived in Austria for a ski trip in a full Canadian tuxedo, wearing denim on denim with a leather bomber jacket overtop and a white shirt underneath.
Canadian Tuxedo
Our contemporary version features high-rise faux pearl wide-leg jeans and an oversized pearl and rhinestone denim jacket. Pair it with a leather bomber jacket and a brown belt.