Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel held a seminar at Royal Palace

On November 24, 2017, Friday, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel held a seminar on "Community and Self-confidence" at Stockholm Royal Palace with The Crown Princess Couple's Foundation. At the seminar, how to improve self-confidence of children and young people and which sport activities may be beneficial for that were dealt with and related ideas were discussed. To prevent ostracization of children and young people is one of the targets of The Swedish Crown Princess Couple's Foundation.
Crown Princess Victoria wears Caroline Svedbom Jewelry Drop Earring, and carried & Other Stories Scuba Clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wears Caroline Svedbom Jewelry Drop Earring, and carried & Other Stories Scuba Clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wears Caroline Svedbom Jewelry Drop Earring, and carried & Other Stories Scuba Clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wears Caroline Svedbom Jewelry Drop Earring, and carried & Other Stories Scuba Clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wears Caroline Svedbom Jewelry Burgundy Classic Drop EarringCrown Princess Victoria carried- & Other Stories Scuba Leather Clutch
                           Caroline Svedbom Earrings                             & Other Stories Clutch

17 comments:

  1. Well dressed and beautiful couple!

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  2. The whole look is boring. The color, the cut, the blouse...the hair!

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  3. Bland, bland, bland. I don't understand what image she is trying to project.

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    1. Most likely a serious one, because she takes her role very seriously! I am sure the organization is grateful for the support of Victoria and Daniel, regardless of the way they're dressed!

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    2. Criticizing her fashion choices (this is a fashion blog) does not imply criticism of her work ethic. There are other royals who also take their work seriously who manage to dress in a more stylish manner.

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  4. Me pregunto qué se pondrá Victoria cuando tenga 50 años...

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  5. With her horrible bun, in the 2nd photo she looks easily 50 or more

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  6. Concerning her outfits she has developped in no good direction. There have always been Fauxpas in earlier times from time to time but inbetween she wore stunning dresses and outfits - simply WOW.
    Meanwhile the WOWs are lacking completely, only a series of more or less Fauxpas. She looks so much older than she is. She is still a young mother but she dresses like a becoming granny. I hope for the Nobel Prize Awards, perhaps we may see her then in a stunning evening-gown?? I like her so much but I cannot understand her style at the moment.

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    1. Exactly what I´m thinking. I don´t really understand what´s going on here. I mean, she looks appropriate, yes, but there is so much wasted potential, why not use it?
      I can only assume that some of it has to do with her role - (maybe now that she´s turned 40?) she probably sees a need to come across as more serious as the other princesses because she´ll be the regent one day. In the past, the queen regents have dressed differently than the queen consorts. So I think Victoria applies a similar approach to fashion as Elisabeth, Margrethe and Beatrix - all well dressed stately woman, but with an older-than-their-years look and a more serious style than the others who are free to go for a more glamourous look.
      Secondly, Victoria is known to not be interested in fashion and styles, and is as such relying on a stylist. And I think what we are witnessing is an über-ambitious stylist who makes her wear all these things that do her no favour. Scandinavian styling used to be straightforward, no-nonsense with clean lines but has mutated into a retro frilly try-hard kind of mess.
      Also, it doesn´t help that Victoria tries to please her H&M friend as it makes her go for what they´ve got and want promoted rather than what suits her and her position.
      Anyway, only my two cents, but I´ve noticed this change in her style along with many others, and it is concerning. I really wish she would go for a simpler, more timeless style and radiate regal elegance while still looking her age, instead of making me cringe pretty much every time I see a new photo of her.

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    2. She and her stylists can learn a lot from Crownprincess Mary in Denmark and her stylist!!!!!!!!!!!

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    3. She'll be the queen one day, not the regent. Maybe you mean the reigning queen?

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  7. Good analysis, Vanessa. She should dress her age - she's only 40, for goodness sake. There's no reason she couldn't wear elegant and stylish clothes with clean lines that would suit her, and would still project the serious and mature look she seems to be trying for - mostly unsuccessfully.

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  8. I have found that there is a distinct pattern to all of your comments concerning the crown princess fashion choices of late (clothes, not hair). Here is another perspective: When you do not like them (i often agree with you ), she is always wearing clothes from edgy, very trendy, "young" swedish fashion designers like Acne, Dagmar, Rodebjer, Stylein, Carin Wester, Filippa K often mixing it up with swedish H&M. I think she is well aware that she is wearing something unconventional for a crown princess but she keeps to her agenda to represent the real sweden to her fingertips, not always wearing given brands like saab, valentino, herrera, boss that we would all go, "ohh, ahhh, wow beautiful/stylish/impeccable" and sometimes" how can she wear a dress so expensive on tax payers money" over.

    She is well aware that these edgy choises will not be admired by everyone (although the erdem h&m collab sold out faster than you can say ruffle) at the same time they are almost always more affordable. When you sometimes say ugly, oversized (sooo in fashion, not a bad fit), sometimes dowdy and old fashioned many people would say she is quite trendy, modern, economical, very edgy and to be frank, in a good way rather ballsy...

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    1. I agree - a lot of what she wears is very "in" with the fashion set. Some of it I like and some of it I don't.

      I don't mind this outfit although it's nothing very special.

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    2. This is a good point. I may not always appreciate her choices but she is wearing the trends for business suits and attire.

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  9. But then again a crown princess shouldn´t be following trends too much, if you ask me. It´s fine to be modern and look like a person of your time, but edgy? trendy? No. Edgy and trendy things tend to look very dated later. It´s not a good strategy for someone representing the country and standing for tradition, continuity and regalness.
    I´m not suggesting that she should go for luxury labels (which often look very trendy too because high-end designers need to re-invent fashion all the time in order to be relevant and sell their stuff). I´m all for using domesting design and applying an economic approach to fashion. The point is that she should focus on things that flatter her and that give her gravitas for the role she has. I´d stay away from labels altogether. In fact, I could find perfectly suitable items in local shops in my small town and pay a fraction of what her H&M stuff costs.

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