Princess Mary attended the opening of Cultural Children's Summit

On October 3, 2016, Monday, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the opening of 2016 Copenhagen Cultural Children's Summit Conference. The conference took place at Danish Royal Theatre and the Crown Princess gave a speech. The purpose of the conference is to focus on the positive contributions of art and culture on the development of skills of poor and unguarded children. Princess Mary is the patron of the conference. (VIDEO)
Crown Princess Mary at Copenhagen Cultural Children's Summit at Danish Royal Theatre, Mary wore dress, style
Crown Princess Mary at Copenhagen Cultural Children's Summit at Danish Royal Theatre, Mary wore dress, style
Crown Princess Mary at Copenhagen Cultural Children's Summit at Danish Royal Theatre, Mary wore dress, style
Crown Princess Mary at Copenhagen Cultural Children's Summit at Danish Royal Theatre, Mary wore dress, style
Crown Princess Mary at Copenhagen Cultural Children's Summit at Danish Royal Theatre, Mary wore dress, style

Copenhagen Cultural Children's Summit - VIDEO
Crown princess Mary Sirup Stine Goya Bluse
SIRUP Stine Goya Bluse

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  1. We see a lot of these high collar shirts lately...hmmm not sure what I think. Mary looks good I must admit, but do we like it? Someone else who shall be renamed nameless always get hung for her high neckline, but then again she's not Mary 😉

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    1. 😀😁😉😋😎

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    2. No I don't believe I like the high neck and billowy sleeves. What is up with all the princesses disappearing in their clothing? At least that nameless person wearing high neck blouses has the sense to wear fitted ones. IMHO, Louise is right. Mary still looks good.

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  2. la princesse Mary est tellement critiquĂ©e et moquĂ©e sur tous les sites que finalement moi qui ne la trouvait pas particuliĂšrement intĂ©ressante, je me suis forcĂ©e de "creuser" son attitude, ses vĂȘtements et sa façon d'ĂȘtre et je trouve que les critiques sont mĂ©chantes, rĂ©currentes et pas souvent justifiĂ©es.

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  3. This blouse is very pretty - it's a really interesting variation on a classic windowpane pattern!

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    1. Agree, Rachel. The pattern is soft yet structural and very pretty in close-ups. The high collar draws attention up to her face.

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    2. This is true. The pattern is fresh. Not a fan of the draping myself.

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