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General reminder: It's never not a good time to wear neon. Over the weekend, Queen Elizabeth, she of the corgis and sometimes a crown, wore a literal parade of shockingly bright coats and matching hats, because when it’s your 90th birthday, not only do you celebrate it for months on end, but you get to wear whatever you damn please.
Her rainbow of looks even caused the hashtag #NeonAt90 to trend on Twitter, thanks to her lime green coat and hat during the Trooping the Colour ceremony. Fun fact: Her exact shade of green — Pantone #75e41b — is the same as your iPhone’s text message bubbles, according to the Telegraph.
But that wasn't her only festive look from the weekend. On Friday, she wore a lemonade yellow hat and coat to a special church service honoring her birthday:
Then, during Saturday’s Trooping the Colour ceremony, she wore that lime green Stewart Parvin ensemble, while Prince George perfected his baby salute:
And on Sunday, she wore a shocking pink coat and hat for an outdoor party in London:
#NeonAt90 — or really, any age whatsoever — is always a good look.