It's a well-established fact that Princess Diana is a style icon, known for her love of puffy sleeves, chic skirt suits, and coiffed hair. But some of her best style moments are the ones no one pays attention to—the tiny details that get lost in the sartorial shuffle, but are definitely worth a second glance. From her love for blue eyeliner to her sentimental jewelry, here are the hidden Diana style moments you never noticed.More
Carrie Bradshaw was most certainly *not* the first person to popularize name necklaces. Diana was first seen with this simple initial necklace before her marriage to Prince Charles—while on her parents' Northamptonshire estate in 1980. After being dubbed a royal she tended to favor, ya know, diamonds, but the "D" necklace appeared in the rotation during a polo match in 1985.
Diana didn't just theme her outfits and shoes. She also occasionally wore colored stockings—presumably matched to her outfit thanks to hand-dying, a sartorial luxury taken advantage of to this day by Kate Middleton, whose hats are designed to perfectly match her outfits thanks to expert milliners like Jane Taylor.