The Queen Consort has become progressively more stylish, but it’s her accessories that really make a statement and, in particular, her handbag collection.
Camilla has a genuinely impressive wardrobe of exquisite totes, clutches and shoulder bags.
From sleek Launer leather clutches in muted tones, to a statement The Rodnik Band bag (embellished to something that is more like artwork) and a lizard Moynat top handle bag, it’s the bags that elevate her look.
Working closely with her dresser Jacqui Meakin, who also dressed the Queen Mother, Camilla treads a fine line between classicand fashion forward styles, favouring timeless bags from brands such as Chanel, Fendi and Bottega Veneta.
We have seen a number of creations by Aspinal of London, a British brand which is also seen on the arms other royal family members. Queen Elizabeth’s bag brand of choice Launer, has become another favourite for Camilla.
Whether it’s a royal wedding, black tie gala or international tour of the Commonwealth, Queen Camilla tends to steer clear of bright colours, choosing neutrals, pastels, and navy, with the occasional pop of bright blue.
Always looking radiant in bespoke designs by Anna Valentine, Bruce Oldfield and Fiona Clare topped with millinery by Philip Treacy, shoes by Chanel and Sole Bliss, and her Van Cleef and Arpels Alhambra blue agate bracelet, her style evolution has grown with her role.
Camilla stepped out with her chic bag by cult designer Bottega Veneta at the Sandringham Flower Show
The £2200 woven leather Intrecciato small shoulder bag was in a classic neural tone
Camilla stepped out looking radiant in a £290 Cefinn floral dress at the Sandringham Flower Show, but it was her chic bag by cult designer Bottega Veneta that made an impact.
The £2200 woven leather Intrecciato small shoulder bag was in a