King Carl Gustaf and Crown Princess Victoria attend the Stockholm Water Prize Symposium

On August 28, 2019, King Carl Gustaf and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attended a symposium on "Finding the flow" at Tele2 Arena in Stockholm. That symposium is a part of "World Water Week" event. World Water Week is organized by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and takes place in Stockholm, Sweden on an annual basis. (Crown Princess Victoria wore a new midi dress by Rodebjer.)
Crown Princess Victoria wore a new midi dress by Rodebjer. Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer roma dress at World Water Week
Crown Princess Victoria wore a new midi dress by Rodebjer. Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer roma dress at World Water Week
Crown Princess Victoria wore a new midi dress by Rodebjer. Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer roma dress at World Water Week
Crown Princess Victoria wore a new midi dress by Rodebjer. Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer roma dress at World Water Week
Crown Princess Victoria wore a new midi dress by Rodebjer. Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer roma dress at World Water Week
Crown Princess Victoria wore a new midi dress by Rodebjer. Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer roma dress at World Water Week
Today, a consultative committee meeting of Foreign Relations Committee was held at Stockholm Royal Palace. The consultative committee meeting was attended by King Carl Gustaf of Sweden and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden.
Crown Princess Victoria wore a new midi dress by Rodebjer. Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer roma dress
Crown Princess Victoria wore a new midi dress by Rodebjer. Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer roma dress
Crown Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer roma dress
Rodebjer Roma Dress

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  1. The dress fits better the princess than the model, but I don't like much the color.

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  2. outfit not easy to wear, she is doing rather well.

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    1. Indeed!! At least she is not wearing flowers. She is beautiful though.

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  3. This is a disaster. Way to much fabric, she is completely drowed. A very tall and very slim might, just might get away with this.

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  4. Very odd-looking...quite a baffling choice but it demonstrates, I think, that Victoria's sense of style remains a work-in-progress. Time and again she gets it so right, and then gets it so wrong.

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    1. Agree. I had just thought 'It's always hit or miss' when I read your comment ;-)
      Like yesterday's dress: The blue colour was great on her and the cut very becoming, but then the awful sandals...

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  5. What a lovely warm and bright colour! Together with the king’s tie it reminds of the colours of the Swedish flag. I don’t think it’s a disaster at all, quite the contrary. Normally there is an overload of blue in the royal ladies’ garderobes, even if it doesn’t suit everyone and is pretty boring to the eye, so it’s lovely to see real colours once in a while, too. And with Victoria’s partly Brazilian complexion, the colour really comes to life.

    Sara

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  6. Two dresses in a row now that are a total fail for me. This one and the blue water one.
    (If I was forced to pick the better of the two, I would pick this one, the way it is worn on the model: loose and unconventional, and constructed for quirky casual wear, not dolled up to look formal. The lines and cut don't work to wear this dress any other way.)
    Anon 9:13

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  7. This is quite a change from the watercolor blue dress...
    It just does not wear well on her.

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  8. Très jolie couleur jaune mais Victoria n'est pas avantagée par ce modèle ; plus court et plus près du corps, ce serait parfait !!!

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  9. The dress in the first photo was, I thought, a nice color and a departure for Victoria. However, the full length photos made me think of a monk's habit (albeit in an unusual color).

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  10. The dress is okay, but the color is not good. It looks like she spilled mustard all over her dress. I also like it better when she wears more fitted, tailored clothing.

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  11. Ugly dress, meh color and bad fit. I agree with Debra that it looks like a monk's habit. She really has no sense of style. But she looks happy.

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  12. Ugly dress, meh color and bad fit. I agree with Debra that it looks like a monk's habit. She really has no sense of style. But she looks happy.

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  13. I like the mustard color of the dress. It looks better when she is moving than standing still. I think if the dress was 4-5 inches shorter so it would hit mid-calf would make a big difference.

    E.B.B

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  14. Rodebjer is not a brand only few women can pull off. I hope the princess will one day understand that she does not belong to this group.

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  15. On the positive side, I like the color of her dress, and the fact that she is in a solid color as opposed to a print. I also like her earrings, and her shoes and purse are not horrible. A contrasting color for her shoes and bag would have been nice, but that seems to be a challenge for Victoria. I do not like her in this unstructured dress. She has a lovely figure and there is no need to hide it in all this fabric. One final thought--since her hair is always up, she should probably have her neck cleaned up. The baby hairs have gotten longer and are giving her a messy hairline behind her ears and the side of her neck.

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    1. While I still think the tightly pulled back bun is not the best choice ALL the time for such a young woman, I do agree with you that if that is going to be her choice then at least the neck hair needs cleaning up.

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    2. So glad you mentioned Victoria's messy hairline. Whenever I see side pictures of her I only see her hairy neck. I find it messy, ugly, and associate it with excess androgenes. Is it too much to have the hairline cleaned?? It would make such a difference as she insist to wear her hair in a bun.
      -Marika

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  16. 415 € of taxpayers’ money for this monstrosity.

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  17. CP Victoria looks very nice. This dress is a strong color.I must say Victoria carries this dress of nice,it looks horrible on the model. Never seen the Love bracelet on her. Maybe a Birthday gift from Daniel.

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  18. Well it doesn't look really good on the model and it doesn't look all that great on Vic. So I'm just left with the thought of, "Why?" "Nothing left in the closset?" "Not that high profile of an event so lets go ahead and get this dress out of rotation?" I guess the reasons are endless. LOL.

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  19. Ich habe befürchtet, dass mit dem Revival des Modestils der 80er auch Senfgelb zurückkommen wird. Aber so schnell!? Sparsam eingesetzt, ist es eine Farbe, die man durchaus tragen kann. Zu dem obigen Kleid passt sie aber irgendwie nicht. Es ist auch mehr ein Kleid, das "casual" ruft. Und es entfaltet seine fast japanische Anmutung, indem es locker fällt. Der mittlere Teil ist vom Designer wahrscheinlich nicht als Kummerbund gedacht. Bewundern muss ich bei Victoria aber, und das aus vollstem Modeherzen, dass sie sich etwas traut. Und ja, vielleicht hat sie jetzt so kurz nach der Sommerpause gedacht, Papa und ich präsentieren uns in den schwedischen Nationalfarben. Das ist dann doch wieder irgendwie auch süß. Für ein nächstes Mal würde ich das Kleid auf alle Fälle kürzen, dann könnte es ganz nett aussehen.

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  20. Interesting how opinions are all over the place when it comes to this dress :-)
    For me, the dress is ok-ish with potential. I do like the colour (a lot actually!), and I do like the style. But: it´s too much fabric (needs either shorter sleeves or shorter hem), the accessories are too monochromatic (maybe brown instead?), and I agree that it´s not styled right (it can´t be made a formal dress). Having said that, I do think that Victoria wears it better than the model. Even a casual dress can fit right and look structured. Casual doesn´t mean sloppy and shapeless. On the model, the dress looks like a sack (or monk´s habit if you will).

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  21. In the first picture (which was not displayed earlier), the dress looks better as she strides across the pavement.

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  22. Who, way too much material; but at least the dress looks better on Victoria than it does on the model.

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  23. Nice of the King to wear a beautiful blue necktie, opposite on the color wheel from Victoria's mustard dress, looks good together. It sort of makes Sweden's colors. /Julie/

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  24. No me desagrada el vestido ni du color,lo que me en anta es lo personal que es P.Victoria

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  25. Love the color

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  26. Looking at the dress again, my first conclusion is that it is oversized. I agree with all the comments saying too much fabric, excessive sleeves.

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