Consort to the Queen of England isn’t a role for look-at-me types but for the sort of man who knows how to hang back with poise and grace. This is something the dashing Prince Philip, with his ubiquitous two-button jackets and neat white pocket squares, has understood instinctively for 66 years. For daily wear, the prince, who turns 91 this month—the same month his wife celebrates 60 years on the British throne—favors spread-collar shirts (mostly white, sometimes with stripes); a solid-colored, striped or subtly patterned tie, and a jacket with a natural shoulder. The crease in his trousers is always pronounced.
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