Princess Mette-Marit visits Oslo School of Architecture

On March 1, 2018, Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway visited the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (Norwegian: Arkitektur- og designhøgskolen i Oslo), AHO, is an autonomous institution within the Norwegian university system. The school also offers post-professional Master’s courses in Urbanism and Architectural Conservation.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway visited the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Princess Prada boots and Stella McCartney wool coat
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway visited the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Princess Prada boots and Stella McCartney wool coat
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway visited the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Princess Prada boots and Stella McCartney wool coat
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway visited the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Princess Prada boots and Stella McCartney wool coat
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway visited the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Princess Prada boots and Stella McCartney wool coat
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway visited the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Princess Prada boots and Stella McCartney wool coat
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway visited the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Princess Prada boots and Stella McCartney wool coat

13 comments:

  1. Black and dowdy. And the centerpart is back.

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    1. That is what we here in north do wear winter time, mostly black.

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    2. I´m from the North too, and admittedly, I wear much more dark in winter. I am also bright blonde, which lends an automatic contrasting element (which I think is why blondes get away with dark outfits better than brunettes). Still though, I would not dress entirely in black. It´s just so depressing. A little bit of colour somewhere, even if it´s just an accessory, makes a huge difference.
      She is a beautiful woman, no doubt. But, maybe because of that, I´m so dissappointed many times when she doesn´t dress to her advantage, and so much potential remains unused.

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    3. Pretty much the same here in Melbourne, Australia come winter. Back to black!

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  2. I noticed just about everyone had black on...The sweater could at least had a print on it.

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  3. Es cierto, demasiado negro sobre negro. Podria conbinar o colocarle algo de color.

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  4. She is a beautiful and large woman, who wears dark colors well with her blonde hair. I still prefer solid, dark colors verus garish prints and paisleys and trendy stuff that is gone more quickly than it arrived. She appears to have flawless skin and a lovely look on her face ; the middle part looks well on her. Too bad others don't see the simplistic beauty and serenity of her face.

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    1. I totally agree with you. Mette-Marit looks wonderful in black. It makes her perfet complexion glow.

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  5. MM is in navy not black. This is the nordic people we alle wear dark colors during the winter ;)

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  6. Princess Mette Marit of Norway looks very wonderful.

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  7. I think she looks great. She's a striking and attractive woman and I think the contrast of dark against the very blonde hair looks good.

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  8. So easy to just add a scarf and bring some colour and interest to this dowdy outfit. Or pin a brooch. Or anything that would help it not look like she is going to a funeral. Winter or not, it makes me ask ‘Oh, who died?’

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