Princess Mette-Marit visits Majorstuen Public Library

On November 30, 2016, Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway visited Deichman Public Library, Majorstuen Branch (Deichmanske bibliotek) in Oslo, Norway. Majorstuen is the largest Deichman library branch in Oslo, and offers automated lending of books, audio books, comics, movies and music. Crown Princess Mette Marit wore Chloe Fringed Jacquard Jacket and Yvonne Koné Pumps.
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore Chloe Fringed Jacquard Jacket and wore Yvonne Koné Pumps, Valentino lace Skirt
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore Chloe Fringed Jacquard Jacket and wore Yvonne Koné Pumps, Valentino lace Skirt
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore Chloe Fringed Jacquard Jacket and wore Yvonne Koné Pumps, Valentino lace Skirt
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore Chloe Fringed Jacquard Jacket and wore Yvonne Koné Pumps, Valentino lace Skirt
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore Chloe Fringed Jacquard Jacket and wore Yvonne Koné Pumps, Valentino lace Skirt
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore Chloe Fringed Jacquard Jacket and wore Yvonne Koné Pumps, Valentino lace Skirt
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore Chloe Fringed Jacquard Jacket and wore Yvonne Koné Pumps, Valentino lace Skirt
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore Chloe Fringed Jacquard Jacket
CHLOÉ Fringed Jacquard Jacket
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore YVONNE KONE Pumps
YVONNE KONE Pumps

23 comments:

  1. Oh dear. The skirt is not appropriate. Something more tailored and less "party" would have been better, especially with a high necked sweater. I guess the tights will be mentioned but I think they would have worked with a different skirt. And there seems to be a brown belt in some photos that clashes with everything else.
    (I wonder why she is wearing a chain necklace in some photos and not in others)

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  2. You know once you see something like this .... you can NEVER unsee it 😣

    A lace skirt to a library. A PINK lace skirt ... with thick BLACK tights.

    The jacket is ok.

    I am so confused.

    DISCLAIMER FOR THOSE WHO SAY THIS IS PERSONAL ATTACK : this is not personal. It is fashion. The outfit is ugly. I do not understand her choices.

    I guess the black tights dried out in time Kristina 😗

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    1. I only look at her upper half now. I'm so glad that I like her so much!

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    2. Ha Ha Ha, at least we know she is clean girl!

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  3. Heather, the necklace-thing is easy to explain: in wide areas of Iceland, Finland and Norway do live fairys. I am not kidding, Iceland used to have a sort of Minister for fairys, her name was Erla Stefánsdóttir. These little ghosts love BlingBling and so every now and than they steal a necklace, but then bring it back. If you happen to come across them: join in their singing and dancing, but do not share food with them. If you do, you will not return to the human beings. (I have been told so.)

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    1. Thank you, Coralie! This made my day, lol!

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    2. Heather, I ask your indulgence. As a matter of fact I work for the IT-industry and so I need my little escapes from this logical world every now and then. While most of my collegues do play computergames, my escape is fashion - and fairys!

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    3. Well, both can be magical!

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    4. Coralie I keep fairy bells at my doors 😊

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  4. That's for her to know and everyone else to find out.... In the spirit of the - almost - Xmas season of goodwill on Earth, let's not be too critical about the inappropriate skirt and the ubiquitous ugly black hose.

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  5. oh man - that skirt! Wrong colour, wrong material, wrong style, wrong length. I would have chosen an a-line knee-length skirt, either wool or velvet, even curderoy can look great, maybe dark red or dark green, or with a subtle pattern.

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  6. In the royal world of fashion with women like Queen Letizia, Duchess Catherine, and Countess Sophie, this is very sad. Is there not anyone close to this Princess that can help her with her clothing? She may be a very nice person who does good work, but there is an image that should be maintained. I feel bad for her.

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  7. The top part is actually not that bad. But that skirt 😮 Mette-Marit's appearance is getting more and more disturbing in my eyes. Something in this forced smile with squeezed lips tells me she is not happy. She lost all her glow. I think she needs a rest to sort herself out. Hard to believe that there is nobody there to help her. I feel bad for her too.

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    1. She has pneumonia. How do you act when you are sick and have to work?

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    2. Louise no one knew she was sick when this was posted.

      And may I say that being ill doesn't mean you dress oddly. Unless you are out of your mind. Clearly she is and was not here.

      Relax dear.

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  8. Maybe reporters ought to just ignore Mette Marit because it looks to me like she is dressing like this to spite the fashion world. She must enjoy teasing with such awful-looking outfits. She got your attention, right?

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  9. Her face and hair looks especially nice in 7th photo here.

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  10. I would never ever wear thick black tights with this sort of springy light coloured skirt, in fact I find the two things together pretty ugly but strangely enough I think she doesn't look that bad either. One thing I noticed though, this kind of turtlenecks are hard to pull off. A bit lower neck, a tighter neckline or the kind of neck that doesn't turn down looks so much polished. Her jacket is a pretty piece however and I like the curls in her hair (I really made an effort to say as much positive things about her look as it's possible :)

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  11. Just one change would make all the difference - if she had worn, say, grey slacks ( see Letizia in the post above).

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  12. I like the jacket and MM skin is as usual beautiful, but the skirt is a big "no" from me.

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    1. About the skirt: 'froufrou, froufrou, par son jupon la femme, froufrou, froufrou, de l'homme trouble l'ame'. This is part of an song older than me, and I am 80.

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  13. A no for the skirt ! But everything else is a yes !

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