Arguably the most stylish royal there ever was, Princess Diana's timeless sense of fashion was such a large part of her legacy that the show has tried to recreate some of her most iconic looks in the process of documenting her beginnings as the Princess of Wales.
From the butter yellow overalls she wore when meeting Charles and bold '80s suits, to her larger-than-life wedding dress that costume designers got spot-on.
Read on to see 20 times The Crown nailed replicating Princess Diana's style.
Lady Diana Spencer attended a polo match with Sarah Ferguson wearing pastel overalls over a floral blouse. Ahh the '80s.
She went a little more traditional for her first visit to Balmoral—the royal family's Scottish castle.
Diana has always been Queen of the sweater vest.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles announcing their engagement in matching blue hues.
The iconic weddding dress designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel for the 1981 royal wedding.
The royal couple during a tour of Wellington, New Zealand. Princess Diana wore a coordinating powder-blue skirt and blouse set.
Princess Diana had a penchant for bold colours and prints.
Princess Diana in Scotland wearing a signature statement collar look.
Attending a wedding in 1981 with the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret in a red polka dot dress.
Meeting fans in Canada, 1983 in a yellow skirt and blouse.
At the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden watching a ballet performance in a red polka dot tulle gown.
The royal couple at their wedding rehearsal, in matching blue again.
In Scotland, 1981, wearing a very fitting tartan dress.
Dressed to the nines at a gala dinner in Sydney during their 1983 Australia tour.
Donning fuschia at a public appearance during the 1983 Australia tour.
Pictured in front of Uluru during their 1983 Australia tour.
Wearing another oversized collar with a one-year-old Prince William in Australia.
At the Cannes Film Festival in 1987 wearing a Catherine Walker gown and matching stole.
In October, 1988 wearing a one-shoulder floral gown.
Attending a dinner at Élysée Palace in Paris, France, 1988, in an embellished satin gown and matching bolero.
The show also paid tribute to the real-life fashion of Margaret Thatcher, played by Gillian Anderson, and Princess Margaret, played by Helena Bonham Carter.