The Style File: Get Prince Harry's regal look
For the announcement of his engagement, His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales (or Prince Harry to his mates), stepped out in an Esquire-approved outfit: a classic blue suit with all the right details (read: conservative).
Harry, who is usually dressed down in sports coats, an open-collar shirt, and trousers that maybe a touch big, reminded the world that, yes, when the occasion calls for it, he can look on fleek.
Here, a few ways to dress like the Prince, fifth in line to the throne of England and soon to be a married man.
1| Get A Navy Suit
The reason why men, including Prince Harry, prefer the navy suit is that it is a no-fail classic. This appears to be a little brighter than navy, which makes it even more appropriate for the happy occasion.
Here it is in motion. Note the excellent fit, from the jacket sleeves that show a little shirt cuff to the trousers that terminate just above his shoes. Accessories are also well-matched. The black tie and black shoes are friends of the blue. The suit also sports side or double vents, which are very formal and English.
2| Ditch The Tie
When Harry is attending more casual affairs, he leaves the tie at home (Kensington Palace!) and wears his shirt with the topmost button unfastened. Note that, though dressed down, he is still in a jacket. Also, he loves blue.
3| Wear A Uniform
Not a daily uniform, but an actual military uniform. Prince Harry served the British Army for 10 years. He ended his service in 2015 with the rank of Captain, and now spends his days mesmerizing young children.
4| On Game Day, Wear Polo Shirts
On even more casual days like watching the game with your girlfriend, arms are involved. We can also file this under: Wear The Same Sunglasses (Because of love). Just look at them. Now would be good time to remind everyone that Prince Harry actually plays polo, which is the origin of the polo shirt.
5| Always Follow The Dress Code
If they are wearing headdresses, wear a headdress.
If they are in full military garb, be in full military garb.