Princess Mary attended a (UNFPA) the conference

Crown Princess Mary attended the conference of the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) report on world's youth, in Rysensteen Gymnasium, Copenhagen. 21 November 2014
Rysensteen Gymnasium, Copenhagen.
Rysensteen Gymnasium, Copenhagen.
UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
Princess Mary Style - CHLOE Striped Skirt  Princess Mary Style - PRADA Suede Boot
                                       CHLOE Striped Skirt                                    PRADA Suede Boot
Princess Mary - Joseph Black Capon Leather Trimmed Cashmere CapePrincess Mary - CARLEND COPENHAGEN Vanessa Bag
                      JOSEPH Capon Cashmere Cape                   CARLEND COPENHAGEN Vanessa Bag

17 comments:

  1. Not her best look, specially the hairdo, don't like it

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    1. I agree, that hair doesn't look good at all

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  2. I like the hair. It's a refreshing change from all the long straight hair everyone seems to have these days and it looks classy with the turtleneck sweater.

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    1. Classy? Well, not in my opinion, it is quite a horrible hair style

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  3. I like the shorter hair, and I am a fan of longer hair on women, but it can get to be too much of a good thing. While C.P. Mary is still young, there comes a time to go a touch shorter in length. Perhaps, too much curl is bothering some and this is what may lead to some of the "thumbs down" comments.

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    1. The shape and length of the style is very subdued and elegant for a woman of the 1960s or 1980s. The mod style of the outfit (unadorned turtleck, skirt, and boots, looks like a piece of retro art! Who in 1960 would not have wanted a boots like those :) I think she is having fun and she seems to be happy and looks great :) Yet I also can see why people would consider that she isn't styling herself more to current fashions and royal expectations, maybe.

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  4. Princess Mary is not a queen yet , unlike her friends Mathilde Maxima and Letizia : so as long as she is working as hard as she does , and is bringing up her 4 children well , all that is required of her is that she is dressed neatly and appropriately for each occasion .
    I happen to think she more than meets all expectations as Crown Princess . Denmark is lucky .

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  5. The boots are not Prada...and they are not at all the ones you've posted they would be...

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  6. I love the boots! And her entire outfit! She is youthful and modern , a fresh breath of air for european monarchy, unlike the typically boring Mathilde, Letizia and Maxima which i cannot even follow the news about , because they allways look the same and you allready know what they will be wearing( boring suits , dresses or trousers of different colors)

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    1. Definitely disagree, the three queens you mentioned are far more elegant than Mary, and not boring at all, especially Maxima and Letizia, who change their styles all the time. And if you think that small town hairdresser style is modern and youthful, then we are looking at a different woman, because it looks tacky, and definitely out of date

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    2. Queen Letizia's style is about as "small town hairdresser" as they come with sticky braids and broken hair sticking up all over like a sad halo. That and her teeny tiny trophy wife physique doesn't get any tackier than that. So I guess we are looking at different women ;)

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    3. I don't know why do you have to mention queen letizia in such an aggressive way, in this blog people are talking about Mary's style and not Letizia, you shouldn't get so offended, it looks as if it was personal...

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    4. Responding to the first post, where Queen Letizia was compared to CP Mary as being "far more elegant," and "if you think that small town hairdresser is modern and youthful..." This person took issue with another poster's praise of CP Mary's style in a somewhat sarcastic and cutting tone, comparing CP Mary to Queen Letizia, why bash another person's opinion and drag Queen Letizia into it? No wonder people are getting offended if they can't even state an opinion without someone cutting them down. Maybe that's why people post "Anonymous."

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    5. Gosh! Sad,sad,sad people, get a life, this is just a blog about royal fashion and style, don't need to insult or get all stresed out and personal!
      I can't believe it, you people really need to get a hobby or something, and would recommend anger management courses, just calm down, how amusing!

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  7. Why do you all post as "anonymous"? Say your opinion but don't hide behind an "anonymous". I like that all the queens and crown princesses have their own style so you can distinguish them. And every one for herself does it great if one likes the style or not.

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  8. You are right Carolina! All the queens and crown princesses have their own style, some as Charlene, Rania, Letiza, Maxima and Kate are absolutely gorgeous and everything they wear look great on them. Others are not so lucky and sometimes don't get it right...
    I like Mary, but in this occasion I have to agree with the negative comments, don't like the hair style or the outfit she is wearing, but she is a lovely woman.

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    1. Definitely Princess Charlene, Queen Letizia, and the Duchess of Cambridge are above the rest of the royals when it comes to class and elegance. They are superb, beautiful women with exquisite taste and style, perfect in every sense

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