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You think you have wardrobe issues? Imagine you're Queen Elizabeth—what do you wear to meet the Pope or Marilyn Monroe? For an easy answer, check out "The Queen's Working Wardrobe: Memories of Royal Occasions 1945-1972," which is on display at Kensington Palace in London through July, 2005. The exhibition features 12 couture outfits worn by Queen Elizabeth II and celebrates Her Majesty's diverse and sometimes quirky style, from the somewhat drab Auxiliary Territorial Service uniform she wore during World War II to the glamorous black velvet evening gown she wore to the opening of The Battle of the River Plate...

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