Swedish Crown Princess Victoria visited SIPRI in Stockholm

On February 14, 2019, Crown Princess Victoria visited the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) in Stockholm. During the visit, the Crown Princess engaged in a roundtable discussion with SIPRI’ s experts on the Institute’s work. They discussed the current situation in the world characterized by challenges related to insecurity, climate related risks and development. The discussion focused on SIPRI’s work on Agenda 2030 as well as local peacebuilding in the Sahel region of West Africa.
Crown Princess Victoria wore Tiger of Sweden Molena suit
The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) is an independent international institute dedicated to research into conflict, armaments, arms control and disarmament. Established in 1966, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute provides data, analysis and recommendations, based on open sources, to policymakers, researchers, media and the interested public.
Crown Princess Victoria wore Tiger of Sweden Molena suit
Today, Crown Princess Victoria received author Hédi Fried and illustrator Stina Wirsén at Haga Palace. Hédi Fried (b. 1924) is an author and psychologist. She is deeply committed to working for democratic values and against racism. Stina Wirsén is one of Sweden’s most beloved illustrators and children’s book authors. Her books are translated into more than 15 languages and she has been awarded numerous awards, including the Elsa Beskow plaque, the Stockholm City Culture Prize and the Heffaklumpen. Hédi Fried and Stina Wirsén have created a picture book (about the Holocaust) for children that haven’t started school yet.
Hédi Fried and Stina Wirsén have created a picture book (about the Holocaust)
Hédi Fried and Stina Wirsén have created a picture book (about the Holocaust)
Crown Princess Victoria wore Tiger of Sweden Molena suit
Tiger of Sweden Molena Suit

13 comments:

  1. Victoria should change her stylist imho. She insists of picking out ill-fitting clothes, and hides the feminine side of Victoria.

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  2. The right outfit for this visit.

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  3. It is not about the Crown Princess, it is just about her outfit. And it is a big "No" in my humble opinion, like the other day... What a shame.

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  4. Nice color, the pant fit fine, but the jacket is a bit boxy. I also think her hair is a bit too long.

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  5. I like it, I think this her style for rather informal visits. Why not? She as well "business woman" style, close to people she is meeting. Queen Elisabeth's style is out of date....

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  6. Victoria's style does not come across as soft and feminine. Her choices in clothes and hairstyles all come together to create a look that does not say Princess. It is not always necessary for her to look like a business woman.

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    1. She doesn‘t look like a businesswoman- she‘s a businesswoman. There‘s no need to look like a princess at those meetings. In contrast to the suits of h+m this fits well and has got a nice colour.

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    2. My point being that she should not have to dress in business attire to accomplish her business. If she chooses to, it could be done with more polish. The other royal women don't dress in such a severe manner and they are just as respected and get business accomplished. I hope she doesn't feel she must dress this way to be taken seriously.

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  7. Boring boring boring, not a good fit, the blouse does nothing for her either, and her hair in a long pony tail still too tight.. Meh.

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  8. Swedish people are more receptive to this sort of "basic" style than in some other places, remember that. My opinion remains unchanges I like it. Only the hair derserves more attention ... as we all agree.

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