2nd day - Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel's visit to Hanoi

On the second day of their visit to Vietnam, on May 7, 2019, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel visited UN Country Office in Hanoi. Then, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit held at Lotte Hotel in Hanoi. The purpose of the event is to strengthen the position of Sweden and Swedish companies in Vietnam and to showcase Swedish companies’ products, solutions and ethical behaviour and their positive effect for Vietnam.
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria met with the Prime Minister of Vietnam Nguyen Xuan Phuc during the Sweden Hanoi business summit in Hanoi.
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive at Sweden-Vietnam Business Summit
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive
H&M Conscious Exclusive

19 comments:

  1. I think the pale coral color and softer neckline of the second dress are wonderful on Victoria.

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  2. Yes, the second dress is my preferred of the three.
    The third dress has a pretty fabric, but I'm not so keen on all that 'rouching' on the higher neck, sleeves and mid-riff. Doesn't suit Victoria in my opinion.

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    1. Frou,frou, par son jupon la femme, frou, frou, de l'homme trouble l'ame......

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    2. If I had to pick, I would choose the second dress as well. If you compare the picture of Victoria to the picture of the model, you can see where Victoria goes wrong. Her skirt is too long, again. I also prefer the sleeves on the model's dress to the sleeves on Victoria's dress. They are more feminine, where Victoria's are the "safe" choice. Lastly, Victoria has made the wrong color choice in accessories. Her shoes and bag do not match the dress. She should have gone with the dark color in the dress (it looks blue) like the model did.

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  3. I stick to my earlier view; she brought nice dresses over there, some better than others, but still nice. I am surprised by the move from the earlier generally plain colours cloths to all these multi colour dresses.

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  4. First dress: waist is too high.

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  5. Nothing of this is absolutely terrible, but nothing is really good either.
    The first dress is too much 70s retro for my liking. It doesn´t seem a bad choice for the type of activities they had that day, but the objective is not only to dress functionally but also beautifully, and this outfit falls a bit short.
    Second dress is the best of the lot but not exciting either. The colours are a bit muted (she needs stronger colours in my view), the purse is a mismatch, and most of all the dress is an odd choice for a business summit. A sleek sheath dress would have been good instead.
    The third one looks like an old-fashioned pyjama with a bit of boho-hippie thrown in. A clear miss in my book.
    All in all, I don´t need any more floaty floral mididresses. It´s enough.

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    1. YES, please no more floaty, floral dresses!

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  6. Getting dizzy from all these floral frocks, aww spring.

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  7. Je fais une overdose de robes à fleurs

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  8. All the dresses are almost the same!

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    1. Trop de fronces ,de plis ,de découpes ,de fleurs pour être élégant .

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  9. Victoria looks great, perfect for each event.

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  10. Every single dress Victoria has worn except for the butterfly has been ugly.
    I don't understand why she likes those hideous frumpy grandma looking clothing. It does nothing for her body and with hair severely pulled back she looks like a man.
    Is she purposely trying to make herself look unattractive? Because if so, she's definitely succeeding.

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    1. Maybe she thinks she needs to appear "stronger" as the future queen/queen. I would suggest she look to Queen Elizabeth II. QE dresses like a lady, has her hair done, wears makeup, and show her legs. There has never been any question as to her authority. Hopefully, Victoria is still finding her way. She will be a more modern queen, but she really does need to step it up in terms of her appearance. She is representing her country. There are other ways to set herself apart. She is beautiful, young and vibrant, but presents herself as much older and businesslike. Hopefully she can find a happy medium.

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    2. You have said this so well and I totally agree!

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  11. Almost all of her dresses are great for this trip, only the one with all that elastic is a bit I don't know to old maybe??.

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  12. CP is looking good. Seccond and third dresss look similar, but beautiful on her. Although it gets a bit boring wirh these floral dresses, comparable with the coat-coat-coat-theme of the Duchess of Cambridge. As the only “reighning“ female monarch CP Victoria is in a
    quite special setting and has to differ.

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