If there's anyone who has rocked a signature style for most of her life, it's Queen Elizabeth II. For the 60 years she's been on the throne, she's donned some steady version of the same suit almost every day.
But that doesn't mean she's lacking for style. In fact, she's had a blast mixing her wardrobe up with hits of bright and poppy colours.
So memorable are her colourful choices that Pantone has teamed up with the design firm Leo Burnett London to make a limited edition Pantone colour guide of Her Majesty's wardrobe.
The 60 cards tell you the name of the colour the Queen is seen wearing and where and when she was spotted Pantoning it up.
Imagine painting your walls according to the sartorial musings of the Queen!? Examples include ‘Primrose Yellow,’ ‘Crystal Blue,’ ‘Pink Carnation’ and ‘Ice Green.’
See more fashionable scenes from the Queen's Jubilee in the below slideshow.