Princess Mary attended the 2nd day of Fashion Summit 2018

This morning, Crown Princess Mary attended the second day of Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2018 which is held at Copenhagen DR Concert Hall and which is the biggest sustainable fashion forum of the world. Crown Princess Mary gave a speech at the fashion summit. Copenhagen Fashion Summit is an international conference focusing on fashion and the Crown Princess is the patron of the Fashion Summit.
Crown Princess Mary wore H&M Conscious Exclusive. Jacquard-weave skirt, designer Signe Wenneberg at Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2018
Crown Princess Mary wore H&M Conscious Exclusive. Jacquard-weave skirt, designer Signe Wenneberg at Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2018
Crown Princess Mary wore H&M Conscious Exclusive. Jacquard-weave skirt, designer Signe Wenneberg at Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2018
Crown Princess Mary wore H&M Conscious Exclusive. Jacquard-weave skirt, designer Signe Wenneberg at Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2018
Crown Princess Mary wore H&M Conscious Exclusive. Jacquard-weave skirt, designer Signe Wenneberg at Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2018
Crown Princess Mary wore H&M Skirt - H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection
H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection

10 comments:

  1. Love this look. Fresh and young and yet elegant. This skirt is wow. The colour and cut go so well together with the classic blouse. Great combi.

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  2. The skirt isvery elegant, and the pattern very nice.Green earrings should have been a good choice!

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  3. Nice spring green, and white always looks good. Nice job Mary.

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  4. Dear Blog Owner!

    Victoria of Sweden and Mary of Denmark are 'Crown Princesses', not 'Princesses'! :)

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    1. No title is needed!!! ;-)
      You won't see their title mentioned very often in headlines, either on Swedish websites, simply too long!! And Mary's fond is called: 'Mary Fonden'.
      Their signatur just Victoria and Mary. :-)




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  5. She looks good and I like the style and shape of the skirt. I like the shade of green but I think the pattern of the material looks like something you would make soft furnishings with.

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  6. She seems to have changed her style. Is this a new fashion?

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  7. When I first saw the picture I was wondering if she had borrowed one of Victoria's skirts... Very nice, fresh and suitable look. Love it.

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  8. I don´t dislike the colour or pattern (although it looks a bit like algae). Mary managed to still look good, and the white crisp blouse was a good call. However, I´m struggling a bit with the length of the skirt, which seems so popular with our royal ladies lately. That length is in no-mans-land for me, too long to be short, too short to be long. I know this is meant to be midi-length, but to me, that will forever be a length that is for gowns/evening wear only, especially in that fuller version. For a daytime event, and with a casually styled business blouse, it looks weird.

    Of the three versions presented by H&M, I can get behind the dressy version on the right (for evening wear), although the all-over green algae print is a bit much. The other two versions on the left look really bad. The mini skirt because of the combination with that blue stripey blouse (the worst possible combination really, and half-tucked as well + terrible shoes), and the dress with the t-shirt underneath and those hideous black sandals looks really silly.
    The mini-skirt with Mary´s white blouse on the other hand, would have work really well, I think.

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