Lady Helen Taylor’s (First cousin to Queen Elizabeth II) style at the Royal Ascot horse races is oh so trendy chic and cool. Coined the badass royal fashionista Lady Helen does not disappoint.
According to staff reporter at Huff Post Live, “Lady Helen wore a bright color block ensemble complete with teal turquoise hat, clear framed sunglasses, pearls and a collection of pins rounded out her look.”
Quite the avant-garde fashion statement Lady Helen makes for the Royal Ascot festivities because this is one of the biggest royal events of the year.
Ellie Krupnick, HuffPost Senior Style Editor, said, “Lady Helen is part of the royal family. She’s first cousin once removed from the Queen, twenty-fifth in line for the throne and she is the grand granddaughter of King George. So she is actually legitimately a part of the royal family. We rarely see Princess Kate, Eugenie or Beatrice wear something like this.”
Royal Ascot requires one to wear a hat. Hats are the biggest fashion story at the Ascot events and Lady Helen does not shy away from presenting her creative flair with her style choices.
Style reporter Rebecca Adams for The Huffington Post writes about Taylor, “She's had a pretty stylish run in the public eye, opting for an architectural Catherine Walker gown for her wedding in 1992 and hitting up fashion weeks and parties in designs by Vivienne Westwood and Louis Vuitton.”
Royal Ascot 2014 has yet to be graced with Lady Helen’s presence and fashion flair. Although, Princesses Eugenie, Beatrice and Anne, the Duchess of Cornwall, and Queen Elizabeth are doing their best to keep pastels the major color theme for late spring royal entire.
Prince Charles wore the same grey tux with tails on day one and two, Prince Harry dressed along with his friend Jake Warren on day one looking like members of the yellow vest boys club.
What will day three bring for us fashion hungry readers at the Royal Ascot horse races 2014? Scroll down, click on the video and view the slideshow for more about Lady Helen Taylor’s trendy chic and cool style.