Crown Princess Victoria's visit to New York (Last Day)

On Thursday, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attended a meeting about the Gender Equality and Global Sustainable Development Goals at the UN Headquarters in New York. Crown princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Maxine Pleated Silk Shirtdress.
Crown Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Maxine Pleated Silk Shirtdress, Acne Studios Andrea Dusty Pink Pumps
Crown Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Maxine Pleated Silk Shirtdress, Acne Studios Andrea Dusty Pink Pumps
Crown Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Maxine Pleated Silk Shirtdress
RALPH LAUREN Maxine Pleated Silk Shirtdress
Crown Princess Victoria wore Acne Studios Andrea Dusty Pink Pumps
ACNE STUDIOS Andrea Pumps

20 comments:

  1. Love the dress, hate the shoes and the never changing ugly hairdo.

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    1. She does not have ponytail so often, mostly she has tight bun.

      I keep the dress rather boring.

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  2. Les cheveux sont une parure pour les femmes ,pas pour Victoria.

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    1. Je deteste sa coiffure mais je la vois difficilement autrement, les styles Kate, Madeleine, Maxima, Letizia, Sofia etc. ne sont pas pour elle. J'aime beaucoup la coiffure de Mathilde de Belgique mais je ne crois pas que cela irait a Victoria.

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    2. Lizzie pourquoi copier le style des autres princesses moi je la verrais bien frisée comme un 🐩 .
      Si elle n'essaye pas nous ne saurons jamais ce qui lui va .Mais nous savons déjà ce qui ne lui va pas.

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  3. The shoes are hideous. And the dress is sad. Such a bland non-colour, in an unflattering length, making her look old and dowdy. And, if I may say, it looks neither princessy nor business. This is 50s housewife style, if it wasn´t for the pleats that looks as much out of place on this dress as the dress at that venue. Sorry Victoria, no points from me this time.

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    1. Super meh. You are so right, Vanessa.

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  4. The hairdo and the dress goes together... both makes her look out of place. That is not a dress for business meeting, as a matter of fact not for any meeting .

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  5. Well, I like the look which is so soft and feminine and the shoes are a bit of fun. She has so many responsibilities with the government, publicity, and her family. I think she may enjoy some softness and prettiness in her outfits.

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  6. Sorry, but why spend so much money ($3590.00) on a dress that looks so drab and unflattering?

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    1. Because her stylist is a cathastrophy and hasn'thasn't a clue what fits this beautiful woman with wonderful colours.

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  7. Poor design, too loose, size is too big for her, boring colour, shoes ok, ,, hire me for stylist,;-) she could be most stylist royal,

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  8. Size is too big, design is too loose, shoes ok, colour is lack of highlights or contrast, overall, nothing excisting, hire me as stylist;-)

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  9. This is a dress for a much older lady!

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    1. Even older lady would look too old in that dress.

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    2. LOL I am older and would not wear that dress. Not flattering. Seems too big. Blah color. Blech to those shoes. Hair? Well same old same old

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  10. I think on a taller person it might be fine, especially in a different color. But it swallows Victoria. She's not that tall and there's so much fabric.

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  11. La robe est très bien ,il faudrait une autre femme dedans.

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  12. Nein, nein, nein. Das gefällt mir nicht. Das Kleid ist super, aber passt nicht zu Victoria.
    Schade

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  13. And what was Mr Lauren think designing this???

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