While our fondness for Queen Elizabeth may have more to do with her Twitter account, @Queen_UK (“It’s Gin O’Clock!”), than her actual rule, there’s no denying the universal love for British regalia, especially with the Diamond Jubilee in full swing. In honour of the Queen’s 60 years at the throne, we sussed out the five best and worst uses of the Union Jack. Printed shirts, necklaces and temporary tattoos… for your lips? We’ve got them all.

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BEST 5: Anya Hindmarch, Bespoke Maud Clutch, RM2,980
Available in six different shades with the option to include your monogram and a secret message inside the clutch (note the paper tiara), this satin Anya Hindmarch clutch may lack the obvious Union Jack print per se, but it carries the heritage and class of old world Britannia. | Available at: Anya Hindmarch, Suria KLCC

Compiled by Karen Wong and Liyana Sobri