A Different Dress Code For A Different Era
We’ve touched on how some of the differences between Queen Elizabeth II and King Charles III’s coronations are matters of formality previously in this article. One of the most notable examples of the more casual atmosphere King Charles III’s coronation had is the dress code for guests. Many attendees wore coronets and tiaras during Queen Elizabeth’s coronation to keep up with the formalities of the event. However, during King Charles’s coronation, people still dressed up, but not to the same extent. There wasn’t a tiara in sight, and even the Princess of Wales chose to wear a flowered headpiece rather than a formal tiara.