Princess Mary wears a gold headpiece by Ole Lynggaard

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the celebrations of 70th birthday of King Carl XVI Gustaf in Sweden at the weekend and did not wear a tiara contrary to the other ladies at the banquet that took place in the evening. All the royals including Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Madeleine, Princess Martha Louise and Princess Takamado preferred to wear tiaras, however Princess Mary chose a somewhat different thing. The Crown Princess wore a modern headpiece from 'Petit Frost' collection of Ole Lynggaard. The Crown Princess completed her outfit with a flower printed gown, a yellow Gianvito Rossi pumps and a Yves Saint Laurent clutch bag.
Crown Princess Mary wore a modern headpiece from 'Petit Frost' collection of Ole Lynggaard and Gianvito Rossi pumps, a Yves Saint Laurent clutch bag
Crown Princess Mary wore a modern headpiece from 'Petit Frost' collection of Ole Lynggaard and Gianvito Rossi pumps, a Yves Saint Laurent clutch bag
Crown Princess Mary wore a modern headpiece from 'Petit Frost' collection of Ole Lynggaard and Gianvito Rossi pumps, a Yves Saint Laurent clutch bag
Crown Princess Mary wore a modern headpiece from 'Petit Frost' collection of Ole Lynggaard and Gianvito Rossi pumps, a Yves Saint Laurent clutch bag
Crown Princess Mary wore a modern headpiece from 'Petit Frost' collection of Ole Lynggaard and Gianvito Rossi pumps, a Yves Saint Laurent clutch bag
Crown Princess Mary wore a modern headpiece from 'Petit Frost' collection of Ole Lynggaard and Gianvito Rossi pumps, a Yves Saint Laurent clutch bag
Crown Princess Mary wore YDE COPNHAGEN Gown Spring / Summer 2015
YDE COPNHAGEN - Spring / Summer 2015
Crown Princess Mary wore a gold headpiece by Ole Lynggaard - Petit Frost
OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN Petit Frost Collection
                                 Gianvito Rossi Pumps                                     Saint Laurent Clutch

5 comments:

  1. Don't know if I'm that keen on the headwear as it is ! Maybe if she's had her hair styled in a chignon and capped it in the headpiece, it might have been more effective ! Otherwise, it's always lovely to see CP Mary trying something new and different !

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  2. I'm rather disappointed in the lack of tiara, but I don't have any problem with the aigrette - I think it's a lovely piece, and it reminds me of Queen Margrethe's gold poppies (I'm not a fan of those but they might look nice on Mary, as this does!).

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  3. Je n'ai pas vraiment aimé cette robe que je trouve un peu banale pour ce genre d'événement. Cependant, ça va pour les accessoires.

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  4. Normally I am a big fan of Princess Mary's style, normally I think she is spot on, however I simply don't like this dress or the aigrette. The more I see it the more I dislike it.

    The gown looks like a day dress (made long). It actually looks similar to one of the Princesses day dresses only not a pretty.

    And despite closer inspection I cannot take to the aigrette. I was hoping with closer inspection, it would reveal some delicate beauty, but alas, it is as bland as the dress.

    I do not like the golden poppies and I do not like this aigrette. Princess Mary's New tiara was a wonderful addition to her jewellery collection, this aigrette is not!

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  5. Don't mind the aigrette actual like it, but found it rader strange she chose it when she invitation said must wear tiaras. The dress on the other hand...big miss!

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