The Crown is back for season 4 — here are the best Princess Diana style-inspired buys

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2020 hasn't been filled with much good news, but some joy has finally entered all of our lives.

The Crown is coming back for it's fourth season in November, and we simply can't wait.

The fourth season of the critically acclaimed Netflix series is set during Margaret Thatcher's leadership, which means it is finally time for the late Lady Diana to be featured on the show.

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This means we get to relive her timeless and classical style all over again, and we don't want to be dramatic but this just might be the best thing that's happened to us all year.

So if like us you can't wait till the 15 November for your royal fix, here are the best Diana inspired buys that we’ll be shopping immediately.

One of Princess Diana's most famous looks includes this stunning Christina Stambolian LBD she wore to Serpentine Gallery in London back in June 1994. Proving her style truly is timeless, this puff sleeved dress doesn’t look out of place in 2020.

Buy this modern day copy here:

Exrteme Sleeve Bardot Mini Dress, £24, Nasty Gal

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The cycling short has seen a massive resurgence this year, but let's not forget who made it look chic first.

The Princess of Wales looked effortlessly cool in London 1995 wearing a Virgin Atlantic sweatshirt as she left Chelsea Harbour Club. Fast forward 25 years and this look is all over Instagram and your local high street.

Buy this modern day copy here:

Adidas X Fiorucci Peach Cycling Shorts, £19.95, Fiorucci

American Flag Print Sweatshirt, £10.99, Shein

Cali White Chunky Trainers, £22.40, Topshop

Princess Diana stunned in a white Versace dress when she attended a concert in Italy in 1995. This look, synonymous with the 90s, is super simple and will still look gorgeous now-just keep accessories minimal.

Vesper Square Neck Pencil Dress, £52, ASOS

White Heels, £29, Kurt Geiger

Queen of both casual and glam dressing, back in 1988 The Princess opted for an iconic casual look with a slogan sweatshirt, loose jeans and cowboy boots. She finished off her look with an oversized blazer, which is potentially one of the hottest items for 2020. Buy now!

Dark blue Blair high rise straight jeans, £40, River Island

Red Play Comme des Garçons T-Shirt, £72, Dover Street Market

Single-breasted blazer, £40, Monki

Women's Heritage Western R Toe Cowgirl, £159, Ariat

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