Princess Victoria met with representatives of Svenska Lottakåren

On November 7, 2017, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden met with representatives of Svenska Lottakåren who visited Stockholm Royal Palace and received information about the activities of the organization. Svenska Lottakåren is Sweden's largest defence organisation open only to women. The organisation is non-political and all based on voluntary contribution. Crown Princess Victoria is the patron of Svenska Lottakåren. (Swedish Women's Voluntary Defence Organisation)
Crown Princess Victoria met with Secretary general Heléne Rådemar and National director Barbro Isaksson
Crown Princess Victoria met with Secretary general Heléne Rådemar and National director Barbro Isaksson
Crown Princess Victoria wore a dress by ERDEM X H&M Collection
ERDEM X H&M Collection

15 comments:

  1. What an odd choice! Not unflattering but no point to the chinoiserie style.

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  2. Maxima and Victoria need to change their hairdo. Is getting worse and worse. Not crazy about the jacket either.

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  3. This is a NO for me, unfortunately we can't see the whole outfit, but the top looks like pajamas.

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  4. Love the pattern of the blouse but not the shape.

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  5. The blouse is a part of the Erdem/H&M collection that was sold out immidately last week.

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  6. Why she is wearing a pyjamas for the meeting???

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  7. I like the jacket and it works with the bun.

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  8. Oh, das steht ihr aber gut !! Da kommen ihre schönen, klaren Gesichtszüge wunderbar zur Geltung. Gefällt mir wirklich sehr.

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  9. True, the jacket looks like a pyjama, but with the woman standing next to her in a navy blue suit it makes a nice picture.

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  10. There are some trends that are best left to teenage models. This pyjama-style top, albeit Erdem is quite weird. Most un royal.

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