Queen Rania of Jordan, 52, wore a beautiful blouse and skirt combo on Wednesday as she stepped out for a royal visit to the Children’s Museum. The Jordanian Queen Consort took to Instagram saying: “15 years ago, the Children’s Museum opened its doors… Over 3 million children from all over the country have since walked through them!
“Proud of the team who made that possible and of the Museum’s family of donors and supporters!”
What did Queen Rania wear for the occasion?
The 52-year-old mother of four wore a blouse and skirt designed by the AZ Factory and Thebe Magugu, a clothing brand from South Africa.
The Tribute Ink Stain Blouse in White is a new purchase for Rania and costs a whopping £480.
This “classic satin blouse” features a “trompe l’oeil pocket that appears stained in cobalt blue ink”, according to the AZ Factory website.
The AZ Factory has collaborated with Thebe Magugu to create products that ask the question, “What if Africa were the birthplace of couture?”.
The description continued: “For this product story, Thebe juxtaposes nu-Africa aesthetics with the notable principles of couture: classic garments are reinvented in smart fabrics, bold prints and modern, versatile silhouettes to create new hybrid shapes, intended for all women.”
Therefore, Queen Rania was potentially making a strong political statement with her fashion choices.
Instagram user @lisagrush said: “Quietly going to dip dye my white skirt so I can look 1/100th as fashionable as Queen Rania.”
Similarly, @la_nadi_kovic added: “Wow, so edgy! And she also looks so young.”
Royal watcher @nbeydoun70 commented: “Always stylish love her dress and shoes.”
Fan @middletonduchess wrote: “One of her best looks without a doubt, the shoes catch my eye.”