HRH Princess Haya of Jordan: Considering she was born into royalty as the daughter of the late King Hussein of Jordan and half-sister of King Abdullah of Jordan, it is now wonder Princess Haya is always dressed to the nines. She is often spotted alongside her husband, Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, at global equestrian events, having been a former equestrian Olympic athlete herself.
Sheikha Mozah of Qatar: She might be the second of the three wives of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, former Emir of the State of Qatar, but Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser is by the far the most known, primarily for her elegant yet conservative style. She is also the mother of current Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.
Queen Rania of Jordan: Her endless philanthropic projects are not the only things she’s known for, as Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan is also regarded as one of the best dressed royals worldwide. Her consistent use of social media platforms such as Instagram also makes her a style icon for her 3m followers. Her style is elegant, timeless and bears hints of tradition at times.
Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco: Besides being the princess consort of Morocco, Princess Lalla Salma became the first wife of a Moroccan ruler to ever be given a royal title. The wife of King Mohammed VI, the princess is recognised as a style icon, often sporting embellished gowns as well as modern suits.
Princess Fawzia of Egypt: Princess Fawzia Fuad is often remembered as one of the most glamorous royals in the region, having sported everything from furs to gowns and jewels. Also the former Queen of Iran, (from her marriage to then-crown prince of Iran Mohammed Reza Pahlavi), she is often compared to a softer version of English actress Vivien Leigh.
Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel of Saudi Arabia: Having been married to Saudi Arabia’s billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, Princess Ameerah bin Aidan Al-Taweel quickly became a prominent public figure, mostly for her philanthropy, but also for her classic style sense, which did not go unnoticed.