Crown Princess Mette-Marit’s Literary Train tour - 2nd Day

Crown Princess Mette-Marit arrived in Tvedestrand in connection with the Literature Day 2017. The Crown Princess and Crown Prince Haakon attended a meeting with the famous psalm writer, Svein Ellingsen at Dypvåg Church in Tvedestrand. Literature train tour is going to end on June 9, 2017 at Kristiansand Cathedral School Gimle.
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress and Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Crown Princess Mette Marit wore ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress
ERDEM Aleena Floral Print Matelasse Dress
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore Christian Louboutin Simple Pump
Christian Louboutin Simple Pump

10 comments:

  1. Totally in her wheelhouse, and not a bad look as such, but unfortunately the dress doesn´t fit her well and doesn´t sit right. Looks like a maternity dress on her, which is a common problem in her wardrobe. There are dress designs better suited for her body type than those babydoll-type high waists that she seems to favour.
    To be fair, the dress doesn´t sit right on the model either.

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  2. Vanessa, you are right about the difference between the dress shown without the model and how it appears on the model and Mette Marit. There is a seam at the waistline, yet on a person, the seam is high under the bust. No wonder it looks like a maternity dress. The print is lovely, just the kind she favors. And Prince Haakon has shining shoes!

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    1. I agree with all of it, and like you I find the print lovely. She looks nice in this dress, and she and Prince Haakon are such a handsome couple.

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  3. The fit is odd around the mid-section, I agree. But the overall effect of MM today in the floral dresss is charming. And she seems to exude contentment, which is very appealing.

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  4. I really don't know... She could borrow that dress to Princess Sofia of Sweden as a maternity-dress. (But dark-blue is a nice colour for her.) I really think, she isn't interested at all! in fashion like other Princesses. She loves kids, she loves books, she loves to be with her hubby, and it shows that she has a good self esteem to wear what she likes or just finds. She just gives a... As I told: I really don't know...

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  5. I agree that it looks like a maternity dress especially at the photo where she is walking with Prince Haakon. I just wish that she will not dye her hair too light like what she prefers.

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  6. Well done MM ……… a great idea and initiative!

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  7. I quite this dress on Mette Marit. Lovely floral print and color goes well with her hair.

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  8. MM has such a beautiful face, but that dress is horrid.

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