We're celebrating the Queen's Jubilee this month and we invite you to join us as we take a look at her most iconic gowns and boldest colors over her life. From her coronation gown to wedding dress, Stewart Parvin coats to Rachel Trevor-Morgan hats, her vast brooch collection to her precious Corgis.
Alana Eddy, well-versed in the historical fashions of royal women, joins us from the Sir James M. Barrie chapter in Toledo, Ohio.
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