Danish Princess Marie visited Oster Farimagsgades school

Princess Marie of Denmark visited Oster Farimagsgades school in Copenhagen and met with inventor students who participate in the local final of Edison Inventor Competition Project held by Entrepreneurship Foundation (Fonden for Entreprenorskab) for 6th and 7th classes. That Project is a countrywide inventor contest for students of 6th and 7th classes and the theme of 2016 is "Better and safer traffic". ( VIDEO )
Princess Marie visited Oster Farimagsgades school met with inventor students local final of Edison Inventor Competition, Princess Marie wore Hugo skirt suit
Princess Marie visited Oster Farimagsgades school met with inventor students local final of Edison Inventor Competition, Princess Marie wore Hugo skirt suit
Princess Marie visited Oster Farimagsgades school met with inventor students local final of Edison Inventor Competition, Princess Marie wore Hugo skirt suit
Princess Marie visited Oster Farimagsgades school met with inventor students local final of Edison Inventor Competition, Princess Marie wore Hugo skirt suit
Princess Marie visited Oster Farimagsgades school met with inventor students local final of Edison Inventor Competition, Princess Marie wore Hugo skirt suit

Princess Marie visited Oster Farimagsgades school - VIDEO

3 comments:

  1. This is very pretty. I noticed Marie can pull off darker colours very well. It's not that she never had a good look when wearing lighter colours, she did have a lot of course, but she often looks a bit too girlish when in powder blue or blush or cream coloured pieces. Her clutch is nice too.

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  2. its because she's of a darker skin tone. And also she's quite on the petite side so its easy to fall under the girlish look, with the makeup and girlish smile on her face. Not like its a bad thing tough..

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  3. I like seeing Marie in colors as rosa, purple, blue etc…… and also in floral . She is wearing too much beige (!), and black, black and much more black IMO, but her lovely smile compensates for it all !

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