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Queen Elizabeth II (second from right) and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh converse with President Truman, First Lady Bess Truman and their daughter Margaret Truman during a portrait shoot on October 31, 1951.
You can't go wrong with a great floral print. And while a ballgown isn't always needed, a good sheath dress is a spring essential.
Queen Elizabeth II first came to Washington, DC as Princess Elizabeth in 1951, and stayed with President Harry Truman and his family at Blair House.
Queen Elizabeth's signature three-strand pearls are a must!
Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Edward Heath are joined by President Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon during the Nixons' visit to the United Kingdom in October 1970.
Add some color to your wardrobe—and pep to your step—with a great bright blazer.
President Jimmy Carter dined with Queen Elizabeth II (at center, in eye-catching yellow) and her consort Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh on May 10, 1977 at Lancaster House in London.
While we may not be dining with the President anytime soon, we're anxiously awaiting the next chance we have to wear a Queen-inspired gown!
The Reagans with Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Windsor on March 1, 1983.
The Queen sure knows the importance of a good trench coat!
President Gerald R. Ford toasts Queen Elizabeth II during a state dinner on July 7, 1976.
Dress it up or dress it down—either way, we're full advocates for adding more sparkle in your wardrobe.
President Reagan and Queen Elizabeth II horseback riding at Windsor Castle on June 6, 1982.
Even without the horse, a plaid blazer is a fashion must-have.
Queen Elizabeth II wears a slim-fitting white lace dress in Sydney, Australia in February 1954.
Any excuse to wear a lace dress is a good one. What can we say—we love them!
Elizabeth II at Sandringham with her corgis in the 1960s.
The Queen knows a thing or two about coats. This green topper is a sound investment—even if you have to wait a year to wear it! Corgis, sadly, not included.
Stunning in black and white, circa 1977.
We can't get enough of the black and white trend—and neither can the Queen!