Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel visited Solna ambulance station

Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
On August 27, 2020, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden visited Solna AISAB, the ambulance service provider in Stockholm region. AISAB, an acronym for Ambulanssjukvården i Storstockholm AB (or Ambulance care in Greater Stockholm Ltd), is a company owned by Stockholm County Council and was established on July 1, 1993.
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
AISAB is also engaged in the transportation of the deceased on behalf of Stockholm County Council. The ambulance stations of the company are located in Bromma, Stockholm City, Solna, Vällingby, Ekerö, Lidingö and Söder. Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed silk dress from H&M's Conscious Exclusive collection, which she had worn a few times in the past.
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore a printed floral silk dress from HM Conscious Exclusive collection, and Saint Laurent sandals. Quidam clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore H&M print silk dress H&M Conscious Exclusive
H&M Conscious Exclusive
Crown Princess Victoria wore Saint Laurent SandalsCrown Princess Victoria carried Quidam Clutch
Saint Laurent Sandals                             Quidam Clutch

18 Comments

  1. Ravissante avec cette robe asymétrique souvent portée : les cheveux coiffés par une queue de cheval délicatement nouée ainsi que les créoles apportent beaucoup de féminité à Victoria. Nous pouvons remarquer qu'elle a l'air de beaucoup aimer ces chaussures de Saint Laurent de la même couleur que la pochette !

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  2. Urg. This look is very try hard.

    Carol

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  3. I wish Victoria would keep her hair down. Her face looks too severe when she pulls it back

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    1. Agree!And I think that she would be more beautiful in shorter hair.

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  4. Not her most flattering dress I find and OH how I hate uneven hemlines, It is as if the makers are using it as an design excuse to get away with the expense and time consuming task of getting a flared bias hem level.

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    1. I don't hate uneven hemlines, but the trend is likely vanish sooner or later...

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  5. I love that her hair is never a distraction. Always tidy and unfussy but stunning for galas.

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  6. I have an idea that Victoria's hair misbehaves very badly in humid or damp weather. She looked so stunning with it down on both recent occasions there has to be a good reason that she does not do it more often. On both down occasions she was in a controlled situation 1. her birthday photo's when presumably she could pose for the pictures and all was under control and 2. the second down picture when she was inside and it looked like it had just been wel and truly blow dried. If she has the kind of hair that damp produces "a bad hair day" i. e. frizzy but not frizzy, wavy but untidily wild and standing out sideways from your head instead of behaving with decorum it would explain much. Scraping it back in a low bun ensures that you don't have to worry about it and you can concentrate on your job which she seems to do so well.

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    1. I second this! She looks very business-like. I do prefer her hair down though-she looks so lovely!

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    2. That's exactly what I think because I have the same type of hair! I wish people would stop talking about her hair so much. In my opinion, ponytail suits her very well because it's both tidy and playful. And it looks even better with big earrings to emphasize the whole look.
      Her style was so fresh and interesting before her first pregnancy. I loved the ponytails, lots of jewelery, dresses and heels. But the best accessory is definitely a big and sincere smile.

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    3. Totally agree with Nalerina!

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    4. Great comment Nalerina!

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    5. Yes most likely!! But some hair cosmetics can remedy that. I think she has some money to go for that, but it requires also some time.

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  7. I totally agree with your last phrase: she has so much grown into her position.
    Love the colours of the dress. Oké, her hair is nicer when not in a bun, but this is a very easy way to look good.

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  8. She is looking beautiful!

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  9. Like the shoes even more with this dress. The pattern of the dress is nice but it would be improved by an even hem of uniform length.

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  10. Beautiful, elegant and professional. Kudos to the Princess!

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  11. I love her shoes, perfect with this style of dress, the dress is lovely, simple and elegant. This visit would have been a great morale boost for staff. Ambulance officers all over the world need to be recognised for the incredible work they do especially right now, considering the current pandemic, they are remarkable, we couldn't manage without them .

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