Princess Victoria visited Östersund 2017 Paralympic Tournament

Östersund city of Sweden hosts 2017 World Para Ice Hockey Paralympic Winter Games Qualification Tournament. Today, Swedish Crown Princess Victoria was in Östersund city in order to watch qualification matches of Paralympic Winter Games Tournament held at Östersund Arena and to support the Swedish team. In the qualifications, Sweden, Germany, Czech Republic, Japan and Slovakia compete for PyeongChang 2018. The first three teams in the ranking will qualify and participate in PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. Today, the Swedish team played a match with the Czech Republic team for the ranking.
Crown Princess Victoria wore-MaxMara Wool and angora coat. PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games
Crown Princess Victoria wore-MaxMara Wool and angora coat. PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games
Crown Princess Victoria wore-MaxMara Wool and angora coat. PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games
Crown Princess Victoria wore-MaxMara Wool and angora coat. PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games
Crown Princess Victoria wore-MaxMara Wool and angora coat. PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games
Crown Princess Victoria wore Acne Studios Avalon Double Coat, BAUM & PFERDGARTEN Top and H&M Blazer
Crown Princess Victoria wore Acne Studios Avalon Double Coat
Acne Studios Avalon Double Coat
Crown Princess Victoria wore BAUM & PFERDGARTEN Top and H&M Blazer
BAUM & PFERDGARTEN Top and H&M Blazer

20 comments:

  1. Ok, I´m giving up. That´s too much retro-antrogynous-edgy-fashion victim for me. I like it when women dress like women and pursue a timelessy elegant, feminine style. This is everything but.

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    1. That, and her atrocious hairstyle.

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    2. Hm, "when women dress like women"... there was an article in the papers about a swedisch model (I don't know her Name) who posed with her legs NOT shaved. Some reactions were unbelievable aggressive.
      Obviously we still need a lot of discussion about sex and gender, rolemodels and stereotypes and so on.

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    3. Coralie - I was talking about fashion, not body care.
      I personally think that there is more than enough, in fact way too much, talk about sex and gender. And each and every person can decide for themselves who to look up to as a role model.
      I like Victoria a lot, she´s my favourite, but I just don´t like her styling lately. I hope my opinion didn´t come across as a personal attack or a blanket statement for what role women have or should have in society.
      I actually think that Victoria´s style is not her personal preference but the result of some stylist´s work, and it is ironic because it is neither flattering nor does it seem to suit her persona. It maybe says a lot about how stylists want her to be seen than what Victoria herself wants to portray. Anyway. It´s just my opinion.

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    4. Well, of course I don't know Victoria, but in my opinion this outfit isn't "forced" to her; on the contrary: I have feeling it's pretty much her choice - its serious, unflaffy, classic, bit sporty, "down to earth" etc. That's how she is as I see her. I think she wants to look professional in the first place and I don't blame her for that. Her hairdo is allways the same and maybe she'll change it eventualy, but in this moment it obviously suits her. I see much worse hairdos here and outfits too, this one is very appropriate for evet actually.

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  2. The 80s called and want this outfit back.

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  3. I have high respect for Victoria -- her work ethic, her total dedication to her country and position, etc. so it bothers me to criticize. But since this is a fashion blog, I will run these comments through.
    There's that awful collar again. She seems to favor this style these days. Very unflattering, stern, dowdy and old-fashioned. And since she is the crown princess, I would think that surely she is entitled to the services of a hairdresser for her official public appearances. Looking at photos of her from years earlier you see how she used to wear her hair in flattering styles.
    And just a light pink lipstick would brighten her face. Okay, I feel somewhat guilty with these comments (collar, hair style, need for lipstick) because I think so highly of her. But giving them as a loving "sister" would.

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    1. I must agree. However, those coats without collars she used to favour were unflattering too. And her hair style is... worse than unflattering. Some people would look nice in it, bur she does not!

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    2. Agree, Beverly. I also wish her only the best and respect her. The loving "sister" is a good description. I joke only about her outfit.
      I'm wondering whether she has sensory issues about hair on her forehead or around her face. I know someone like that who can't tolerate it and described hair on her face as an "itchy dirty"'feeling like insects on her skin.

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    3. Absolutely agree! "Stern, dowdy and old fashioned" and very unflattering indeed.

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  4. All I can say is that Victoria's hair is 'bleh'

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  5. Get off it. The Crown Princess has very curly, unruly hair. So why do you care. She is doing her job - and - well at that.

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    1. LOL you have no problem criticizing other royals, so why do you get so insulted when someone does the same to your swedes?

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  6. It seems that she is not realy happy with her long hair. Why does she not get her hair cut? A short classy haircut could look great and much more interesting than this tight drawn back long hair. Charlene did it and looks so much better with short hair.

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  7. Reading all our comments I think we are a group who do care about these royal women and want them to look good for their public appearances. It is part of their job to make this effort. We are always cheering them on when they've had a good look and also blasting them when they don't. I can't remember any mean comments - these are our thoughts on their fashion. It's not personal - it's just clothes.

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  8. I have often thought that CPV's simple, yet severe hairstyle was a working mother's attempt to streamline her toilette. She has seemed to almost unswervingly stick to this style a since the birth of her second child. Perhaps it is also a philosophical statement of some sort. Food for thought perhaps?

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  9. I love victoria. She is my favourite of All royals. Let her wear whatever she wants. She is beautiful inside. And I do not think she is such a disaster. At least, she does not look like a superficial barbie fashion victim.... Like o thers

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  10. I love victoria. She is my favourite of All royals. Let her wear whatever she wants. She is beautiful inside. And I do not think she is such a disaster. At least, she does not look like a superficial barbie fashion victim.... Like o thers

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