Sorry for the long time between blog posts, but we are back with a new post on Princess Iman’s recent outfit at her younger sister, Princess Salma’s Sandhurst graduation!
For the event in late November 2018, Princess Salma dressed in a light blue Miu Miu coat with a mink collar. She also carried a Saint Laurent leather bag in gray and wore a pair of burgundy Jennifer Chamandi leather pumps. Sadly, the other pieces of her outfit have not been ID’d.
Queen Rania’s outfit has more pieces discovered, as her Press Office released a statement on the Jordanian and Arab designers she’d worn over the past several weeks. The Queen makes it a point to highlight Arab and Jordanian designers.
Her office explained, “wore a coat by Saudi Arabian designer Abadia. The white coat featured a modern red and black collar design, adding a Jordanian spin to the outfit. The Queen completed the look with a handbag by Egyptian label Okhtein, designed by sister duo Aya and Mounaz Abdelraouf.”
Fashion finders also saw that she wore a white pair of Jimmy Choo pumps, black Burberry gloves, an Anita Ko 18-karat white gold diamond earring, and a pair of Maria Tash diamond stud earrings.
Salma, 18, just recently graduated from the International Academy Amman in May. Her time at Sandhurst was shorter than that of her brother, Crown Prince Hussein. Salma’s training was part of a Short Commissioning Course.
In attendance was her proud family (minus little brother Prince Hashem): King Abdullah, Queen Rania, Crown Prince Hussein, and Princess Iman.
Both Rania and Hussein posted on their Instagrams that day to praise Salma.
Royal Central did an entire post on the graduation, which you can read here.