Crown Princess Victoria watched the Gala Concert of RSPO

On September 04, 2018, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Princess Ayako of Takamado watched the performance of The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra (RSPO) directed by conductor Sakari Markus Oramo held at Suntory Hall on the occasion of 150th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Sweden and Japan. (Crown Princess Victoria wore a floral print dress from H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection, which she had worn before).
Crown Princess Victoria wore a floral print dress from H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection. Princess Ayako of Takamado
Crown Princess Victoria wore a floral print dress from H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection. Princess Ayako of Takamado
Crown Princess Victoria wore a floral print dress from H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection
H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection

13 comments:

  1. I really like this dress a lot, I think it's the third time, we see it?

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    1. Agree. I like it too. Victoria looks very good!

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  2. I, too, think it´s the third time we see this dress. And I´ve strongly disliked it every time. I think she is by far the worst dressed person in the photo.

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    1. I still love the dress, but I agree a little bit with you, that the dress doesn't fit the others womens styles that good.
      Most of the other dresses look much more formal.

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    2. I think the other women have performed and therefore are more dressed up.
      I like Victoria's dress. It's not something I would buy myself, but it suits her.

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  3. She is in another rotation of her flower-print dresses. Hopefully she gets tired of them soon. I am craving to see her in sheath dresses and other tailored garments again, as they are much more suited to her.

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    1. Agree. This look does nothing for Victoria.

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    2. Royalty fan

      Agree. Miss seeing her in sheath dresses, etc

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  4. série de mauvais choix de robes pour Victoria ; très mémérisantes à commencer par les robes vintages de sa mère avec col fermé et lavallière

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  5. Meh. Can we hope these florals will disappear with the end of summer?

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    1. Heather, I hope they stay... I love this kind of dress - and I also love the fact that tastes differ!

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    2. I certainly hope they will disappear. I don´t hate florals, not at all, but what I really hate are these floral dresses that have an mille-fleur all-over print, with midi or long skirts, long sleeves, high necks and some totally unnecessary frill (bows, ribbons, ruffles, puffed sleeves and the likes). They always end up looking like a wall of fabric, totally obscuring the person´s shape and with nowhere for the eye to rest, much like 70s wallpaper.
      I like a romantic floral summer dress, even of floaty fabric, but make it short (knee-length), with short sleeves and a nice open neckline. And styled casually. Then we´d be talking.

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