Since he’s been in the spotlight for his entire life, Prince Charles has been known for a lot of things. He’s known for his love of the environment and his affinity for animals like chickens and squirrels.
A creature of habit, the prince loves a good routine, including his never-changing breakfast, his favorite cocktail, and his disdain lunch. However, another thing that has always stood out about the Prince of Wales is his immaculate wardrobe. From his double-breasted suits to his handkerchiefs, the prince always looks flawless.
In fact, he’s known for switching his wardrobe in a meticulous fashion more than a few times a day.
Prince Charles, Prince Of Wales attends day one of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 18, 2013 in Ascot, England | Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images for Ascot RacecoursePrince Charles has been called one of the best-dressed men in the world
When you’re set to be the Crowned King, casual attire is not really in your repertoire. Since he was a small boy, the prince has always dressed formally, wearing suits, ties, and dress shoes. Now in the seventh decade of his life, the prince is known as one of the best-dressed men on the planet.
The prince has landed on GQ’s best-dressed list multiple times. In 2013 when he was recognized for his style he said via The Telegraph, “The recognition of GQ was encouraging to say the least. I took it very much as a vote for what can perhaps best be described as the classic and timeless look for British style.”
Prince Charles didn’t win his “best-dressed” title wearing typical suits, his custom-made suits are created to fit him like a glove. According to biographer Sally Bedell Smith’s book Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life, via USA Today,
[He’s] always dressed in a double-breasted suit no pocket flaps, handkerchief billowing from the breast pocket, flower in the buttonhole and Turnbull & Asser shirts with French cuffs.
As Patron of The Intelligence Agencies, The Prince of Wales visited RAF Menwith Hill today.
His Royal Highness toured the newly dedicated Serenity Park and the operations centre, before addressing members of the workforce to thank them for the important work that they do. pic.twitter.com/QEv0ItQftj
— The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall (@ClarenceHouse) October 12, 2020
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Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet