Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attend the Pep Forum

On October 20, 2017, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden attended the Generation Pep's Pep Forum at Karolinska Institute in Solna, Stockholm. Generation Pep (GEN-PEP) is a non-profit organisation initiated by the Crown Princess Couple, works to spread knowledge and engage both people and organisations in a joint effort to make it easier for children and young people to live a healthy life. (Crown Princess wore a blouse and trousers from Erdem x H&M Collection).
Crown Princess Victoria wore a blouse and trousers from Erdem x H&M Collection. Erdem cooperation of H&M
Crown Princess Victoria wore a blouse and trousers from Erdem x H&M Collection. Erdem cooperation of H&M
Crown Princess Victoria wore a blouse and trousers from Erdem x H&M Collection. Erdem cooperation of H&M
Crown Princess Victoria wore a blouse and trousers from Erdem x H&M Collection. Erdem cooperation of H&M
Crown Princess Victoria wore a blouse and trousers from Erdem x H&M Collection. Erdem cooperation of H&M
Crown Princess Victoria wore Erdem x H&M  blouse and trousers
ERDEM x H&M Blouse and Trousers

12 comments:

  1. That day a princess wore a cute top from the store and pants like the rest of us and we felt better because the pants looked just as ill-fitted as they do when we wear them. That day!

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  2. I think I like this look. I can take it as a modern day look with a retro twist. The trousers are classicly cut, elegant, fit her well and are easy to combine with anything - a great basic piece. The blouse is retro and intriguing, it has lots of features but thanks to the neutral colour and the combination with a good base (the trousers) look edgy and not costume-y. I would have prefered a simpler bag (no chains, rich texture and such), but overall a solid look. I hope her shoes were un-fussy.
    The hair, although boring as usual, kind of works here, because no extra focal point of interest was needed, and it´s neatly out of the way to let the blouse be the focus instead of competing with it.

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    1. Agree on most points. Personally I don't like tomboy trousers - with few exceptions. And I don't like it here, because for my opinion Victoria is too well-toned for trousers like this. In this way these trousers are too much boy and less girl. The blouse saves it a bit. Usually I like her bun and it works with the blouse, taken as a whole it's too strict.

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  3. Just another 19th century governess

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    1. Agree - 19th century governess (btw, the D of C wants her black ribbon back...) combined with edgy "let's head out to a club" pants. What was she thinking?

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    2. Could Victoria and the D of C not each have a black ribbon?

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  4. There is far too much going on in that blouse to please my taste.

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  5. It must be a Scandinavian style at the moment... The tie around the neck. There is a Swedish designer, Romisch, who does a lovely golf/sport clothes line, but the gals here can't stand the 'tie thing'. Funny, heh.

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  6. Me encanta la blusa. No así el cabello tan tirante. Puede llevarlo recogido pero no tan apretado. Su simpatía no la abandona

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  7. There's really nothing I like about her outfit, or hair. But at least she looks happy.

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  8. Le pantalon est trés mal coupé ,le tissu de mauvaise qualité ,un chiffon .

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