Crown Princess Victoria attended Bergman's centenary lunch

On August 30, 2018, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attended a lunch held in connection with Ingmar Bergman's centenary at Stockholm City Hall. Ernst Ingmar Bergman was born on July 14, 1918 in Uppsala and died on July 30, 2007 on Fårö. He was a Swedish film and theatre director, writer, theatre manager, dramatist and author. Ingmar Bergman wrote or directed more than 60 films and 170 theatrical productions. In addition, he wrote more than a hundred books and articles.
Crown Princess Victoria wore Gant Fashion red floral dress, Ralph Lauren Suede Pumps, Valentino Shoulder Bag
Crown Princess Victoria wore Gant Fashion red floral dress, Ralph Lauren Suede Pumps, Valentino Shoulder Bag
Crown Princess Victoria wore Gant Fashion red floral dress, Ralph Lauren Suede Pumps, Valentino Shoulder Bag
Crown Princess Victoria wore Zadig&Voltaire remus long pensee dress, Ralph Lauren Suede Pumps, Valentino Shoulder Bag
Crown Princess Victoria wore Zadig&Voltaire remus long pensee dress, Ralph Lauren Suede Pumps, Valentino Shoulder Bag
Crown Princess Victoria wore Zadig&Voltaire remus long pensee dress
Zadig&Voltaire Remus Long Pensee Dress
Crown Princess Victoria Carries Valentino Small Chain Shoulder BagCrown Princess Victoria wore Ralph Lauren Suede Pumps
                                  Valentino Shoulder Bag                         Ralph Lauren Suede Pumps

26 comments:

  1. Victoria looks fresh,radiant and excited so her outfit isn 't so important.Maybe dress is old-fashioned but it looks good.

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  2. dress by zadig et voltaire :)

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  3. Where is she buying these dresses, noooo!

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  4. I don't care for the print and color,ill fitting, matronly, awkward length... and I could say the same about the lady in the pants outfit.

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  5. I like dresses from Zadig et voltaire very much but it isn‘t a good idea to shorten a maxi dress to midi length - the proportions don‘t fit.

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  6. Nice colour, pattern, and length, but the detail on the front of this dress absolutely ruin it.

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  7. Oh no!Not again a dress so wrong for her.

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  8. oh i love this wonderful retro-dress <3

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  9. Thankfully, everyone has their own opinion and personal taste.
    With pumps or boots I find that the Midi Version is much more suitable.
    I like the dress and I think CP Victoria is doing very well.
    She has a great payout and that's what counts.

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    1. Yes indeed horrible fashion trend!! Designers don't know what to find out to be innovative. I resisted this trend for myself, I am so pleased I did so. Just wait and see.

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  10. Horrible! When will this awful fashion style be over.

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    1. My thoughts exactly. A terrible "trend", that only fashion victims will follow.
      These midi-length floaty floral skirts need to disappear. They don´t look good on anyone.
      The top could work as a blouse, with a nice white, red or black pencil skirt.

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    2. I agree ... the royal princesses are not catwalk models and do not have to follow any fashion trend that is shown there! This length and style is best to Queen Margrethe and her age!

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  11. I just don't think this suits her. Again, another dress that ages her. It may have worked a little better if it had been shortened to the knee and the sleeves were shorter. The model also has it unbuttoned, where she is all buttoned up. Maybe a few buttons open? Better over all if she would just avoid all the boho and stick with a more structured look.

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    1. I agree. CP Victoria looks so much better in structured styles.

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  12. So tired of this boho look, especially on Victoria. She just looks like she had no idea of what suits her.
    I do like the pale pink dress on the other young woman - simple but elegant.

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    1. The problem is that if she were wearing nice simple dresses day after day, week after week, it would be difficult to have however some variaty in her look. The word "boring" is already mentioned occasionally for her.

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  13. Coincido con "Brezo" con respecto al vestido Rosa pálido de la señora que recibe a la princesa Victoria a quien mucho aprecio por su trabajo
    Esta moda ni a Victoria, ni ayer a Mary les favorece

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  14. Love this dress and love it on Victoriaà! I never tire of this style, which I think is very becoming to most women, regardless of age, when the fit is good. The print should absolutely go no bigger than this, though -- a too-large print will make any dress appear matronly.

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    1. Me too, Jane Chantal. I like this style. It's feminine and pretty.

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  15. No! This is not for her and that handbag and shoes, all wrong!

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