Crown Princess Victoria attended Stockholm Food Forum

Today, Crown Princess Victoria attended Stockholm Food Forum 2017 (SFF2017) held at Stockholm Clarion Hotel Sign. This year, comprehensive subjects such as climate changes, sustainable development, transformation of food system, biotechnology and economy of food systems are dealt with in the forum.
Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Suede Celia Pump and carried Quidam Clutch. The dress worn by Princess Victoria is an old dress of her mother Queen Silvia
Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Suede Celia Pump and carried Quidam Clutch. The dress worn by Princess Victoria is an old dress of her mother Queen Silvia
Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Suede Celia Pump and carried Quidam Clutch. The dress worn by Princess Victoria is an old dress of her mother Queen Silvia
Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Suede Celia Pump and carried Quidam Clutch. The dress worn by Princess Victoria is an old dress of her mother Queen Silvia
Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Suede Celia Pump and carried Quidam Clutch. The dress worn by Princess Victoria is an old dress of her mother Queen Silvia
Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Suede Celia Pump and carried Quidam Clutch. The dress worn by Princess Victoria is an old dress of her mother Queen Silvia
Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Suede Celia Pump and carried Quidam Clutch. The dress worn by Princess Victoria is an old dress of her mother Queen Silvia
Crown princess Victoria carried Quidam ClutchPrincess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Suede Celia Pump
                                     Quidam Clutch                                      Ralph Lauren Suede Celia Pump

18 comments:

  1. More retro fashion from the family´s closet? Looks like it. The dress is not bad, but too long. And the black belt is wrong; it really needed to be navy blue like all the other contrasting elements.

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    1. She's worn the dress but def needs to keep the blue for the belt. She has been on the go this past week!

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    2. Vanessa, exactly my thoughts! Horrible dress for a young woman, and the hair as usual very "manly". She needs a little bit "vanity" from her sister and someone who helps her with her outfits. But I think, it's done. She certainly is a strongheaded woman who doesn't want advice.
      Bad weather in Stockholm.- 38 degrees in the shadow here...

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  2. Not bad but I would have changed the belt.

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  3. Gunhild Stordalen - Amazing lady, so strong when it comes to the tough treatment of her illness and she still works hard with her project EAT. Again AMAZING!

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    2. Gunhild and EAT. Not sure if CP Victoria attends every year.

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    3. Gunhild Stordalen is suffering from systemic sclerosis...

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    4. @Lady Allren- sorry if my comment seemed snappy. I am glad you asked!

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  4. Absolutely agree about the belt! It's ugly and it shouldn't be black.A narrow navy one would have been great.
    The dress does look a bit retro.

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  5. She packed in a hurry and forgot the blue belt that went with that dress. So she picked the next best thing.

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  6. If you look at photos of Victoria from several years back, she often wore her hair down. Was so flattering to her face! Much more so than it is when her hair is severely pulled back as it usually is now. Wish she would, at least on occasion, return to this former style.

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  7. Is it her mothers dress again? Don´t like it!

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  8. Victoria and Madeleine have amazing body shape, they look good in a sack!!

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