It's time to pack away the bunting and fascinators, that's a wrap on the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. And although the four-day weekend might have given us a measly one-and-a-half sightings of Meghan Markle, at least there was a surprise appearance from fashion royalty Kate Moss to make up for it. Not that either of them could contend with royal rascal Prince Louis when it came to generating headlines. Speaking of headlines, there were some looks that snuck in under the radar that deserve a bit of attention. Behold, the trends, brands and fashion moments you might have missed from the weekend.
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A crowd-pleasing surprise appearance from the Queen to round of the weekend. For her Buckingham balcony wave she wore one of the surprise hits of the weekend (and, actually, of this summer): Kermit green. It's a big yes from us, your Majesty.
Giving the same shade the green-light? Pips Middleton, who wore a dress from ME+EM for the Platinum Party at the Palace.
Sophie Wessex also got the memo in this tie-waist jacket from cool tailoring brand Giuliva Heritage. She might not garner the same fuss as Kate and Meghan, but trust us when we say that Soph is the stealth style star of the royal fam, with an eye for slightly unexpected designers.
For her trip to Northern Ireland, the Countess of Wessex also opted for a ME+EM dress.
Ms. Tindall isn't the only Zara Sophie is fond of. She picked a white dress from the Spanish high-street giant for the Platinum Party at the Palace.
Daughter of the Earl and Countess of Wessex, Lady Louise Windsor clearly appreciates her mum's sense of style. They wore matching Sophie Habsburg clutches to the service of thanksgiving at St. Paul's.
Lady Louise didn't stop there. She also borrowed the Philip Treacy hat her mum previously wore in 2009.
Did you spot Meghan's subtle outfit 'change'? Wearing Dior haute couture to the thanksgiving service at St. Paul's, she held her gloves to go in, but wore them when coming out. Not the biggest transformation, granted, but superlatively chic.
Attending the service of thanksgiving, Princess Beatrice took Sophia Webster's 'Wifey for Lifey' clutch as her plus one. And if you think her periwinkle Beulah dress looked familiar, that's because...
Big Suze opted for the fuchsia pink version of the same £775 Beulah dress.
Hot pink is giving Kermit green a run for its money as the hit shade of the summer. Zara and Sophie are clearly fans; they are also both wearing Aspinal handbags.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a raspberry Stella McCartney dress for the final day of celebrations.
Zara wore a floral Zimmermann dress for the Jubilee pageant. And there was another royal twinning moment: Crown Princess Mary of Denmark wore the exact same dress for a wedding this weekend.
Fashion insiders love the sustainably-minded designer Gabriela Hearst. Now she can also count Princess Eugenie among her fans; she wore the Hearst's fringed Vez dress.
Props to Princess Eugenie for also providing one of the sweetest moments of the Jubilee, dressing her son August in this Union Jack knit.
Peter Phillips and his girlfriend Lindsay Wallace made their first public appearance as a couple over Jubilee weekend (the royal equivalent of going Insta official). For their trip to the Epsom Derby she wore a coral Victoria Beckham dress.
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