Princess Kako met with the Austrian Chancellor Brigitte Bierlein

On the third day of her visit to Austria, Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery on September 18 , 2019 in Vienna. Princess Kako is making a 5 day official visit to Austria on the occasion of 150th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Austria.
Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna. she wore a pink dress
Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna. she wore a pink dress
Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna. she wore a pink dress
Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna. she wore a pink dress
Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna. she wore a pink dress
Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna. she wore a pink dress
Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna. she wore a pink dress
Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna. she wore a pink dress
Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna. she wore a pink dress
Princess Kako met with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna. she wore a pink dress

15 comments:

  1. As is her custom, Princess Kako is demure but, in my opinion, fashionable. I like her dress very much. It fits perfectly, and accentuates her waistline. The pearl necklace and earrings are as expected but pretty. The Chancellor's suit is a nice (spring) color, and it fits well, although, perhaps, a bit snug across the back. I am not a fan of platform heels which seem out-of-fashion now.

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  2. Lovely color and a timeless style, the Pss looks lovely. The Chancellor Ms Bierlein very nice indeed.

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  3. They look like mother and daughter, (If Mrs. Bierlein had the same haircolor like Kako). Shape of face, size, legs, profile...
    Both well dressed!

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    1. I can totally see that now that you mentioned it :-) Love love love the Chancellor's suit, timeless perfection! It suits every occasion. I would like it for myself, in every possible color! Anybody knows the brand/shop it comes from? thank you

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  4. Princess Kako is so pretty;her pink suit is lovely especially with her dark long hair.

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  5. Both ladies look really lovely, the skirts are a perfect length. Beautiful color of the Kanzlerin's very feminine suit - wow. /Julie/

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    1. Totally agree , both ladies look really chic.

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  6. Omg she forgot to carry her gloves, the imperial household will Not be pleased!
    jules

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  7. Bien mignonne dans cette petite robe même si elle n'est pas au top de la mode !!!

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  8. The princess looks lovely in this colorful plaid dress. It is nice to see a little variety in her outfits. Just one thing surprises me - the pattern in that plaid. Japanese design is always so carefully planned, yet the bodice front seams do not match up the plaid pattern. Neither do the skirt's side seams. Well, just enjoy the look and don't pay attention to the choice of where to put the various horizontal lines.

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  9. Ganz fesch, alle beide. Bis auf die Schuhe, auch bei allen beiden.

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  10. Both ladies look lovely. The dress of the princess is very chic and the color is perfect for her. Would have loved to see some colorful accessories. Maybe some red accents.

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  11. Both ladies looking great here. Especially love the Chancellor's suit. What a gorgeous colour.

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  12. This young lady is so adorable...today's outfit is lovely. The others have been too, but the pastel plaid is a refreshing change from solid colors (when Western dress is being worn).

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  13. In the first photo (the side view of the Chancellor), I thought it was Jane Fonder. But the other photos proved that it is not. The two ladies are dressed perfectly for the occasion.

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