Crown Princess Mary attended the opening of Naturkraft

Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
On June 12, 2020, Crown Princess Mary attended the opening of Naturkraft, the world’s first sustainability theme park, in Ringkøbing, West Jutland. Naturkraft is a new experience arena, which provides knowledge to its visitors about natural forces by means of play, learning, sensory and educational experiences. The park is on 50 hectares of former seabed right next to the city of Ringkøbing in West Jutland.
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel black and cream espadrilles flats. Princess wore an ivory blazer and navy trousers
Crown Princess Mary wore Chanel Black and Cream Espadrilles Flats
Chanel Black and Cream Espadrilles Flats

22 Comments

  1. Tenue chic-décontractée chez Mary ; ses espadrilles Chanel noir et crème me plaisent beaucoup !

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  2. Mary had beautiful dark hair; why spoil it with this horrid highlighting. And - Chanel or not - those shoes, while probably appropriately comfy, are downright clunky and ugly (but one does get to walk around sporting the C's, doesn't one?). Sorry, not approving of hair or shoes. ~Laurel~

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    1. I agree with the shoes--they are appropriate but not pretty. For the hair, if you are very dark as Mary is, there comes a stage--late forties/early fifties when, as your skin tone changes, it becomes more flattering to lighten your hair> However, it can take some getting used to!

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    2. I agree with anonymous 9:52 PM. with everything. Why Oh why do so many women and a lot of men just have to fiddle with their natural hair colour. I don't agree either that as you get older you lighten the colour you are dyeing it , for a lot of woman to the point of dark blonde so it looks more in tone with the natural grey you should be. Mostly it looks aweful only no one notices it because you see it so much the general populace has just got used to it and thinks it normal.

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    3. AnnieM, I agree with your observation. A somewhat lighter tone in the hair color is flattering to most brunettes as they age. I think this also is true when it comes to makeup -- on any mature woman. Bright red lipstick, dark eyeliner and "a touch of rouge" are, sadly, harsh-looking and clownish on an aging face. I'm sure CP Mary will avoid those traps, and while I think the streaks in her hair ought to be a little subtler, imo she is on the right track.

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  3. Love the outfit mix and the way she shows it off. Photo number 11 is superb.

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    1. I agree photo No.11 is fabulous, It is nice seeing more of Crown Princess Mary again. She rarely fails!!!

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    2. Well said.

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  4. I love the red tones She pulls it off well. Nice change.

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  5. I love the red tones. It is flattering.

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  6. I personally think her hair looks great, very flattering. As for her clothing, very appropriate for the occasion. Sophisticated casual pieces perfect for the outing. As for the shoes, big logos aren't my thing, but as for style, they fit for the occasion (anyone expect her to wear stilettos here?)
    Chel

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  7. I love the highlights in the CP's hair. Her outfit is appropriate and she looks casual but smart. Love the billowing scarf.

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  8. I am really appalled to read the comment that Mary is " very dark", definitely you have no idea what dark means !

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    1. This is being silly it is a reference to the colour the of the ladies hair. One cannot remove the word from the English language even if a lot of very nasty people still discriminate and just cannot see that we are all human beings and just the same and should be treated as such.

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    2. I'm appalled to read that yet again there is someone reading too much into a phrase. Her natural hair colour was very dark brown, almost black. It's a fact not something to phone the woke police about.

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    3. I think AnnieM was referring to her hair, not her skin.

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    4. Isabel, this absurd interjection has to stop immediately! The sooner the better. Please stop this, it gets ridiculous and misses the mark by miles. I or we don't need a raised forefinger, again: Stop it! Just stop it....my bloodpressure is rising...OOOOOMMMMM, Frieda

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    5. Yes Frieda 10:11pm, this whole thing has gone beyond ridiculous. Nobody dare think/write/say anything anymore about anything or anyone without fear of backlash (and somebody will find a reason to whine).

      Why don't we pick a day where we all - everywhere - stand up and apologize for everything bad we have ever thought/said/done (or even future "wrongs"). But even that won't satisfy everyone, especially those who love to force apologies out of "wrongdoers". The Thought Police are everywhere.

      Sorry, I know this is a fashion blog; but these protests have gone beyond their initial intent and wormed their way into every facet of some people's lives. The world will never be normal again; in fact, things will get even worse.

      ~Laurel~

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  9. I like this - good for the event. I have no problem with the shoes, they are practical and comfortable, go with the colours of the rest of the outfit and they're a bit bling.

    As to hair, I don't love the slightly orangey tinge but it looks healthy and well-acted for.

    G

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  10. Olafr Alexandra Glucksberg6/14/20, 1:04 AM

    HRH Princess Mary looking absolutely stunning and fantastic article read. A truly healthy fascinating woman, as put be HRH Prince Charles of the UK by the way. HRH Fredrik of Denmark picked a really amazing partner. The next King and Queen of Denmark looks very interesting indeed. Time shall tell this to be true or not.

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  11. They look as caramel highlights to me.
    No red change in her hair.

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  12. I like the shoes but not the artificially lightened hair. She isn’t even that old yet! Naturally dark hair with natural grey streaks — when you begin greying — looks much more stylish.
    Bessie

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