Royals are always dressed impeccably and although the focus is often on the women, we take a look at the best-dressed male Royals and how you can copy their look.

Living life as a member of any Royal family undoubtedly at the apex of society. It seems no matter where they are, what they’re doing or what private matter they’re going through, they are always dressed impeccably. 

On top of having, what seems like, natural elegance, these guys have access to some of the best designers and tailors in the world, so how can you dress to their standards? Here’s how….

Suit: Prince Carl Philip of Sweden

The Suit: Prince Carl Philip of Sweden

His Royal Highness Prince Carl Philip nails the tailored suit look every time. There’s nothing oversized, out of place or awkward about Prince Carl in a suit. Having a perfectly tailored suit, made to fit you, has a plethora of benefits, including looking immaculate all of the time.

Regal: Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh of Jaipur

Regal: Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh of Jaipur

When it comes to regal style, Padmanabh Singh is considered ‘the man’ par excellence. The image of the Maharaja of Jaipur is always being faithful to his elegance with regal pieces, whether in London’s Savile Row or Dolce & Gabbana’s smoking jacket. Hindu inspiration is reflected in the richness of the fabrics, betting on exquisite lightweight materials such as silk, fine wool, suede, cotton and linen. In this regard, Padmanabh Singh is an epitome of tailored fashion in India.

Black Tie: Prince William

Black Tie: Prince William

What better style inspiration could you find than Prince William? After all, the future King of England has attended many opulent occasions in his time. If the royals are anything to go by, eveningwear should remain conservative – think peak lapels, shawl collars, black tux jackets and crisp white shirts. Plus, it’s easy to see why this is a winning formula; a timeless tux and matching shirt will keep you looking stylish at every occasion, no matter the time of year. After all, a true gent should always keep his outfit simple and classic. 

Morning Suit: Prince Charles

Morning Suit: Prince Charles

Nothing beats an incredible Ascot outfit and the British Royal family definitely know how to rock the tails. Prince Charles is always well turned out at the races, with an incredible top hat and the perfect balance when it comes to accessories. Other than being the must-don look at the races, the classic morning suit is a British staple for society weddings and is a timeless look!

Casual: Prince Harry 

Casual: Prince Harry

Prince Harry may have always had a bit of a rebellious streak, but that doesn’t stop him being well dressed most of the time. He nails casual cool in the most simple and easy-to-replicate style – just chuck on a shirt, the right pair of chinos and a great jumper and you’re good to go.

The Polo-Player Look: Prince Mateen of Brunei

While there is very definitely a uniform that every polo player needs to wear, there are ways to ensure that you’re staying sharp-dressed while you play. Prince Mateen is the perfect example of a gentleman who knows how to get the balance right and is never caught off guard on the field.

Watching Formula 1: Prince Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco

Watching Formula 1: Prince Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco

Prince Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco knows how to keep it classy throughout numerous occasions, including at the prestigious F1 Grand Prix in Monaco. A timeless fitted navy blazer and navy tie combo will keep you looking elegant at this prestigious event. Take note that this style is not applicable in hot and humid weather like in Malaysia but could be adapted to complete the look.

The Racer: Tunku Abdul Rahman of Johor

Racing a car competitively is hard, but racing with style, that is even harder. In this regard, the Tunku Panglima of Johor is a class of his own – combining confidence and style swag. 

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