Queens and Marsala and Peach
Marsala and peach (dark red and gold) are the colors of Myrrh royal house, and all kings and queens wear them in some proportion, but there was never house Myrrh fashion actually.
Isabella the queen brought the style of butterfly rabbits into the capitol of Bunnykingdom. She continued wearing multi-layered light skirts and dark vests and coats, but gave up the hats for the crown. Despite utter fluffiness, the skirts were light to let her ride and run and stroll in the gardens - Isabella never was a curvy one, more of an athletic type, and never gave up physical activity.
She’d known she was going to be loosing melanin, so she wore veils and white-red make-up that made her look quite ethereal. Her looks were a subject of gossip during first days of Caspar’s reign. Soon bunnykind fashionistas were powdering with white powder though.
On the contrary, Iris the queen, Cayo’s wife, well, first of them, had pink cheeks and boasted natural curls and curves. She started a trend of dark, reach-colored clothes that made her look brighter and even more slim next to her pale king. Rich laces and bare back were her style’s distinctive details.
She wore a minimum of jewelry and her curls in a loose elegant bun.