Crown Princess Victoria attended the inauguration of a sculpture of Astrid Lindgren

Crown Princess Victoria wore a Pattriina floral print long dress from Andiata and Victoria wore an Odnala  wool cashmere jacket from Andiata
On October 8, 2020, Crown Princess Victoria attended the inauguration of a sculpture of Astrid Lindgren at The Astrid Lindgren Children's Hospital. The Astrid Lindgren Children's Hospital is a part of the Karolinska University Hospital, which is one of Scandinavia’s premier health facilities. Crown Princess Victoria is patron of The Foundation for The Astrid Lindgren Children's Hospital.
Crown Princess Victoria wore a Pattriina floral print long dress from Andiata and Victoria wore an Odnala  wool cashmere jacket from Andiata
Crown Princess Victoria wore a Pattriina floral print long dress from Andiata and Victoria wore an Odnala  wool cashmere jacket from Andiata
Astrid Anna Emilia Lindgren (14 November 1907 – 28 January 2002) was a Swedish writer of fiction and screenplays. She is best known for several children's book series, featuring Pippi Longstocking. Crown Princess Victoria wore a wool jacket by Andiata and a floral printed long dress by same brand.
Crown Princess Victoria wore a Pattriina floral print long dress from Andiata and Victoria wore an Odnala  wool cashmere jacket from Andiata
Crown Princess Victoria wore a Pattriina floral print long dress from Andiata and Victoria wore an Odnala  wool cashmere jacket from Andiata
Crown Princess Victoria wore a Pattriina floral print long dress from Andiata and Victoria wore an Odnala  wool cashmere jacket from Andiata
Crown Princess Victoria wore a Pattriina floral print long dress from Andiata and Victoria wore an Odnala  wool cashmere jacket from Andiata
Crown Princess Victoria wore Andiata Pattriina Long Dress
Andiata Pattriina Long Dress
Crown Princess Victoria wore Andiata Odnala Wool Jacket Pink
Andiata Odnala Wool Jacket

16 Comments

  1. Alors là, j'aime beaucoup ces bottines de couleur grise beaucoup mieux que celles vues récemment en couleur bleue ; bien harmonisées avec sa longue veste rose-poudré et sa robe très fluide aux petits motifs délicatement ceinturée !

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  2. Dear fellow contributors to this blog, I am so sorry! I mentioned the dreaded shooties/booties in a different post yesterday and somehow Crown Princess Victoria has heard and dragged them out of her closet! I will try to erase them from my mind and perhaps they will disappear too.
    However, I do like the coat and the dress but not together--the short coat over the longer dress always seems a bit strange to me

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    1. 😁 Agree Annie. It’s a shame too because the shooties’ material in a court shoe would be amazing! The colors are nice. If she had a wider belt to help with the top excess “bagginess” I think it would improve the dress.
      Glo

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  3. From my point of view, the grey 'botines', don't match with the beautiful dress.

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  4. The shooties/booties are cute but not with this dress. The coat is also cute.
    I think the dress is a bit like "little house on the prairie" looking.

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  5. I like this outfit between bow and shootie (both not included :-). I admit I myself love shooties and booties, but only with pants. - And Pippi Langstrumpf earrings - this is simply adorable! (-Ann.)

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  6. Love the dress and the shooties/booties, but he coat does not go with the dress.
    Without the coat she looks beautiful.

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  7. The booties spoil the look. The dress is nice, may be a bit bland.

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  8. Victoria is lovely as ever. The coat/dress/shoes all compliment each other and do not flash "look at me, look at me" as a certain queen does all the time. Its been in my opinion to supper the cause, not try and outshine the cause by ones outfits.

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    1. Stick to the subject a hand. Your obsession about someone else does not need to be brought to other posts.

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    2. Anonymous 11:34
      I agree with everything you say

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  9. The dress is lovely on her, and I like the soft colors. The coat is pretty and plays nicely with the overall feminine effect. The booties, of which she is so attached, not my favorite, but I've seen worse so I will just leave it at that :).
    Chel

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  10. I like this combination of dress and coat, but the booties look a bit dated to me. What about a pair of modern low heeled pumps instead? (V.M.)

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  11. NO, no, no. Terrible outfit. The dress is old-fashioned, think librarian in the 70s. The shoes only work with trousers. The jacket is nice but totally mismatched with the dress. She (or her stylist) have no fashion sense. So much wasted potential as she is beautiful and in very good shape.

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  12. The dress is not my favorite, but I think it goes well with the boots and the coat. I think Victoria looks very nice and, as someone else mentioned, her earrings are wonderful. I recognize that this is a fashion blog, but, Victoria has proven that fashion is not her highest priority. Her good works are always in fashion.

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