Fit for a queen: See how Queen Elizabeth's royal style has evolved
Take a look through Queen Elizabeth II's signature looks over the years.
In this photo from 1933, Queen Elizabeth II is 7 years old and stands next to her 2-year-old sister, Princess Margaret.
Elizabeth, right, held her corgi with sister Margaret on July 5, 1936.
King George VI became king on May 12, 1937, making Elizabeth the heir to the throne at age 11. Elizabeth stands next to her sister in Westminster Abbey.
Elizabeth stood next to her horse at Windsor Castle on her 13th birthday on April 21, 1939.
Elizabeth enjoyed a quiet moment with a book at Windsor Castle on June 22, 1940.
Elizabeth posed with her sister and mother at Windsor Castle on July 8,1941.
Elizabeth, center, walked with her sister and mother on her 16th birthday on May 19, 1942.
In 1945, Elizabeth joined the British army's Auxiliary Territorial Service as a mechanic. She was one of 200,000 women who joined the service at that time. The women wore belted khaki jackets, skirts, shoes and caps.
Wearing a gorgeous ankle-length dress with flowers in her hair, Elizabeth served as a bridesmaid at the Savoy Hotel in London in 1946.
Elizabeth laughed with her father, King George VI, on the grounds of the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park.
Elizabeth, right, arrived at the London Palladium with the royal family for the Royal Variety Performance in 1946.
Elizabeth married Philip Mountbatten in 1947 in Westminster Abbey. Her dress, designed by Norman Hartnell, was made of ivory satin and embroidered with flowers and thousands of pearls imported from the U.S. In order to buy the materials used for her dress, Elizabeth saved her ration cards. The diamond tiara she wore originally belonged to her grandmother, Queen Mary of Teck, who lent it to her for the wedding.
Elizabeth and her husband, the newly named Duke of Edinburgh, strolled through the grounds of the Broadlands, the duke's uncle's home.
Elizabeth spoke to to Madame Bidault, the wife of the French foreign minister Georges Bidault, in the garden of the palace of Versailles.
Elizabeth held her baby daughter, Princess Anne, on the day of her christening in October 1950. The lace christening gown, a royal family heirloom, was originally worn by Queen Victoria's eldest daughter in 1841, as well as by Elizabeth herself.
Elizabeth posed in the gardens of Balmoral Castle in 1952 with two of her dogs.
Elizabeth had Norman Hartnell design the gown she wore for her coronation ceremony on June 4, 1953. Hartnell, who also designed her wedding dress, spent months embroidering the emblems of Great Britain and the Commonwealth on the white satin. The dress was also encrusted with pearls and crystals.
Elizabeth walked with daughter Anne and one of her corgis at Liverpool Street Station in London.
Elizabeth, second from right, stood on the grounds of Balmoral Castle in Scotland next to U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower on Aug. 29, 1959, along with Philip, Anne and Prince Charles.
Elizabeth and Philip visited the Italian president at the Castelporziano estate, located just outside of Rome, in 1961. For the occasion, she paired an ornate hat with a printed, belted dress.
Ever the fan of bright colors, Elizabeth sported hot pink during a royal tour of India in 1961. She visited a model village in Jaipur, also known as the Pink City, as well as Pakistan.
President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jackie Kennedy visited the royal family in England.
Elizabeth and Philip traveled to New Zealand on a state visit in 1963.
On May, 18, 1965, Elizabeth became the first British monarch to visit Germany in 52 years. Here, she’s shown with President Heinrich Lubke, his wife, Wilhelmine Lubke, and Philip.
Elizabeth walked with her dog at the Open Stake Retriever Trials on her Balmoral estate in 1967.
Elizabeth looked stunning in a pink frock in Malta in 1967.
Elizabeth arrived at King's Cross railway station in London on Oct. 15, 1969, with her corgis after vacationing at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
Elizabeth paused for a photo with U.S. President Richard Nixon, right, and Britain's Prime Minister Edward Heath at Chequers, the prime minister's rural retreat.
Elizabeth turned heads in a yellow dress during a state visit to Mexico in 1975.
Elizabeth made a rare appearance in pants on a safari with Philip during their state visit to Zambia in 1979.
Elizabeth chose a colorful, patterned dress, white gloves and tiara to greet the prime minister of Bahrain, the emir of Bahrain and the heir apparent on a state visit to the island nation in 1979.
Elizabeth wore a royal blue dress during her visit to Saudi Arabia in February 1979. She accessorized with a favorite triple strand of pearls, given to her by her father in 1935, and her Prince Albert sapphire brooch, which was a wedding gift from Prince Albert to Queen Victoria.
Elizabeth wore a light blue dress, matching hat and double strand of pearls at the wedding of her eldest son, Charles, to Princess Diana in 1982.
Elizabeth took U.S. President Ronald Reagan on an hourlong ride through the grounds of Windsor Castle in June 1982.
Elizabeth and her youngest son, Prince Edward, watched the Royal Windsor Horse Show in 1982.
Edward, Elizabeth and Diana gathered outside Clarence House in London.
Elizabeth and Diana arrived at the state opening of Parliament in 1991.
Elizabeth donned this stunning golden gown to attend the Royal Variety Performance at the Birmingham Hippodrome on Nov. 29, 1999.
Three generations of the British royal family posed for a photograph before a dinner that marked the 50th anniversary of the queen's coronation.
Elizabeth was escorted by her grandson Prince William during a visit to Royal Air Force Valley, where William was stationed as a search and rescue helicopter pilot. The queen toured the airbase, where she met staff and families, watched a flypast and was given a guided tour of a Sea King search and rescue helicopter.
The queen and U.S. President Barack Obama posed in the music room of Buckingham Palace ahead of a state banquet on May 24, 2011, in London.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, the queen and London Mayor Boris Johnson awaited the unveiling of a plaque for the regeneration of Piccadilly in London.
Elizabeth and Philip attended a gala performance of Our Extraordinary World at the Royal Opera House on Oct. 30, 2012, in London.
Elizabeth attended the 100th anniversary Royal Variety Performance at the Royal Albert Hall on Nov. 19, 2012 in London.
The royal family appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace following the Trooping the Colour ceremony to mark the queen's 90th Birthday on June 11, 2016.
Elizabeth sits at a desk in the 1844 Room of Buckingham Palace after recording her Christmas Day broadcast to the commonwealth in 2017.
The queen perfectly coordinated her outfit with the family for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, formerly known as Meghan Markle.
The queen has definitely become known for her colorful taste!