Crown Princess Victoria took part in the 2020 Volvo Environment Prize event

Princess Victoria wore a navy-blue suit by Dagmar. House of Dagmar Tuva cord blazer. Professor Claire Kremen
The Volvo Environment Prize ceremony was held virtually on November 12, 2020. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden sent a video message for the event. Professor Claire Kremen is this year's laureate of the Volvo Environment Prize for her world-class research on how humanity can feed itself while protecting biodiversity. Claire Kremen is an American biologist, and professor of conservation biology at the University of British Columbia.
Princess Victoria wore a navy-blue suit by Dagmar. House of Dagmar Tuva cord blazer. Professor Claire Kremen
The Volvo Environment Prize is an international award presented in Sweden. The prize is awarded to individuals who explore the ways to attain a sustainable world. The Prize is awarded annually and consists of a hand-crafted diploma, a glass sculpture and a cash award of SEK 1.5 million (approximately USD 160,000). The award ceremony is held in Stockholm in November each year. Crown Princess Victoria wore a navy-blue suit from Dagmar.
Princess Victoria wore a navy-blue suit by Dagmar. House of Dagmar Tuva cord blazer. Professor Claire Kremen
Crown Princess Victoria wore Dagmar Tuva cord suit navy suit blazer
Dagmar Tuva Cord Suit in Navy

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  1. Jolie couleur bleu-marine de ce tailleur-pantalon qu'elle a déjà porté ; Victoria a beaucoup plus d'allure que le modèle.. J'espère que ses bottines étaient d'une autre couleur comme -par exemple- du gris foncé ou même du noir ! J'aime beaucoup ses boucles d'oreilles, style Créole !

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  2. Loooove the colour of the jacket, it suits Victoria to perfection! She looks polished, professional and beautiful. Not a fan of the trousers though, they look rather on the casual side.... it's the velvetine/corduroy material I think, ... Good that in today's photos we could only see the jacket

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  3. Loooove the colour of the jacket, it suits Victoria to perfection! She looks polished, professional and beautiful. Not a fan of the trousers though, they look rather on the casual side.... it's the velvetine/corduroy material I think, ... Good that in today's photos we could only see the jacket

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  4. I wish we could see a full view of Princess Victoria, but in the pictures shown, she looks lovely. In the first photo, her face glows. Her smile is infectious, and her makeup accentuates her face perfectly. The circle brooch (or is that a gold brooch with a sapphire?) coordinates nicely with her hoop earrings.

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    1. I absolutely agree, she looks beautiful in these pictures.
      Chel

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  5. When did she last wear a skirt or dress? I´m really tired of these suits, it´s all she wears nowadays.

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    1. I also noticed that she often wears suits with badly cut pants, too wide, too short.

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  6. I thought women liked to give the impression of long legs. So why do so many wear low-waisted pants that are also too short, just to be "stylish"? These particular pants - especially on the model - are, in a word, silly. Too wide at the bottom and it looks like they shrank or were borrowed from a shorter sister. The color is nice, but that's about it. ~Laurel~

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    1. Yes, those pants do look like they’ve shrunk 😕

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  7. This is the second jacket in two days where the jacket is not laying well in the shoulders.

    I like her hair a lot here. I am happy to see the change. The center part and low pony look very nice here.

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  8. I like her hair today. The centre parting suits her.

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