Crown Princess Victoria attended the meeting of the Trilateral Commission at Grand Hotel

On November 24, 2019, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attended the 2019 European Regional Meeting of the Trilateral Commission held at Grand Hotel in Stockholm. In arrival, the Crown Princess was welcomed by Jean-Claude Trichet, the European Chairman of the Trilateral Commission, and Jacob Wallenberg, member of the Commission. The Trilateral Commission is a non-governmental, policy-oriented forum that brings together leaders in their individual capacity from the worlds of business, government, academia, press and media, as well as civil society. (Crown Princess Victoria wore a new pleated printed dress by Zara.)
2019 European Meeting of the Trilateral Commission. print midi belted bow v-neck dress brown long sleeve
2019 European Meeting of the Trilateral Commission. print midi belted bow v-neck dress brown long sleeve
2019 European Meeting of the Trilateral Commission. print midi belted bow v-neck dress brown long sleeve
2019 European Meeting of the Trilateral Commission. print midi belted bow v-neck dress brown long sleeve
Crown Princess Victoria wore Zara pleated printed dress
Zara Pleated Printed Dress

36 comments:

  1. This is a very lovely look for CPss Victoria. Everything is coordinated.

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  2. Toilette qui va très bien à Victoria mais sans ce nœud, cela la flatterait encore plus !!!

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  3. Colour, pattern, style elements, overall impression, everything is ... boring. As if the stylist wanted to show how to evoke a completely unified overall feeling of boredom by means of a dress.
    (Ann.)

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  4. From ABBA to grandma???
    Victoria is not petite, but she has a great body and is in good shape, alas, we hardly get to "see" this because of her choices.
    Luna

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  5. Ohhhh dear, this dress is too old-ladyish even for me. The limp fabric, the bland color, the dispirited bow, and the skirt hanging nearly to the ankle put so many years on Victoria :-(. This is also a garment that very much calls for a good supportive bra.

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  6. Back to the Granny Dress again! Not a bad dress, but an 80 years old woman could wear it. Come to think of it, even some 80 plus year old's don't dress like that! Not one of CP Victorias best looks. Her Mother dresses younger than that.

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  7. Ok, I give up.
    This is so ugly, I wouldn't even wear it for a 70s retro party. Where does she even find these things? And what makes her buy them? I cannot comprehend this horror, nor why she consistently dresses so bad.
    I like Victoria a lot and it hurts me to see her like this. She is quickly becoming the worst dressed royal. Tragic.

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    1. She wants to be taken seriously at her job, but this is awful. You’re a young lady with every resource please consult a dresser. No more matronly dresses.

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    2. @Vanessa: I watched a documentary about Tina Turner yesterday on TV and saw how she was beaten nearly to death by Ike Turner. That is what I call tragic. The dress is not flattering, that's all.

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    3. Hedy: those two things have nothing to do with each other. I understand that there are things way more serious in the world, and fashion talk is generally lighthearted and always superficial, relatively speaking, but as fashion goes, I find Victoria´s outfits indeed tragic. So, in the context of this blog and royal fashion, I´ll stick to what I said. It´s a normal hyperbolic expression, just like when we call an outfit a desaster (although it´s not a plane crash killing hundreds of people).

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    4. What a ridiculous comment Hedy. The word tragic can have multiple meanings. Vanessa, you are completely correct.
      Rachel

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  8. Que portera -t-elle à 60 ans ?

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  9. Quite like the style of this dress if only it was in a less drab and depressing colour

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  10. The bottom half of the dress and the sleeves are a nice shape, but the color of the fabric does not suit CP Victoria's coloring. The bow has to go, very outdated.

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  11. Dowdy. I'm a grandma and I would not wear such a dress.

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    1. Basically Anon11.41's conclusion is mine as well. However when I look at the model displaying the dress, I think it is possible to wear it nicely, as the model does. With nice boots, a vaporous hair style, a good bra, not too long, etc I really think quite often (probably too often) Victoria spends too little time on ensuring the adequate style for her age, unless she believes that her smile is just sufficient.

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  12. Not my favourite matronly outfit

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  13. oh dear, I really do love Victoria, but fashionwise she could do so much better than that. Over the years she has worn some of the most stunning and breathtaking evening gowns, but when it comes to day looks, she seems to struggle, particularily when she is on offical CP duty. Most of her trouser suits are in dire need of being altered to her personal measurements and these mille-fleur patterned,retro style dresses in dull colours are simply the worst. I wish, she would hire a good stylist..

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  14. Drab, drab. Brown is not a good color on anyone, and especially on someone with brown eyes.

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  15. This “granny” dress as some describe it is actually current and modern at the moment. I think the only grannies are the ones making these comments. These same commenters love Mathilde’s outdatedand heavily hairsprayed helmet hair.

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    1. Just because it is current does not make it attractive. One should wear what flatters not what is fashionable. All the royal ladies are currently going for printed floral dresses. I hated them them then and I hate them now. It suits some of them (like Victorias sister -in-law)but not Victoria. Look how stunning she looked in that clinging silver jersey evening gown with her muscular frame. This dress just makes her look overweight and frumpy. This granny also hates Mathildas hair and Natan choices

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  16. I took one look at this dress and knew Victoria would by slaughtered on this blog. From the waist up it looks terrible but when you see the full dress, I think it looks business professional. Carrie

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  17. I have to admit this is very matronly looking.

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  18. Not the best of her outfits.

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  19. Princess Victoria looks great;not sure about the other hangers on. Who is running the world Mickey Mouse.

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  20. Superbe dans cette robe mais en enlevant ce nœud... Une ceinture en tissu, moins large flatterait sa silhouette !!!

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  21. Oups.. Lire : Une ceinture en cuir noir, moins large flatterait sa silhouette !!!


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  22. The appearance as future Queen of Sweden to lead the country is perceived.

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  23. Une ceinture moins large en cuir noir flatterait son allure !!!

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  24. Jetzt sind wir wohl an dem Punkt angekommen, an dem man aus Respekt vor dieser großartigen, wunderbaren Frau ihre Kleiderwahl einfach nicht mehr kommentieren sollte.... *seufz*

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  25. Victoria and Maxima must have the same hairdresser and the same fashion consultant. Sad. They both could do so much better.

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  26. I think I wore this dress to work in 1985. I still like it, but I know Victoria can do better. Love retro looks, but needs to be better colours. - Katiebob

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  27. If I didn't know Victoria's real age, I'd say that she's somewhere in her 50s. But she's in her early 40s. Neverless, her fashion and hairstyle look just so much older and agening. What a shame.
    This dress was styled better on a model. But on Victoria...it made her look heavier than she is. Also that tight and severe bun never helps. Instead of bying another frumpy midi dress, why not get a proper haircut?
    / Mary /

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    1. Mary, well said. She even dresses older than her mother much of the time.
      Meghan

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  28. Both the dress and the hairstyle age Princess Victoria terribly and give off a frumpy impression. What a shame to dress in a manner that makes you look older rather than younger and more youthful. Time to employ a new stylist and take heed!

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