Crown Princess Victoria took part in the 3rd Digital Action Lab

Crown Princes Victoria wore a molena navy blazer from Tiger of Sweden, and a white silk blouse, and childhood earrings from Sophie By Sophie
On November 3, Crown Princess Victoria took part in the 3rd Digital Action Lab, organised by The Global Child Forum. Crown Princess Victoria officially opened the 3rd Digital Action Lab called "A Collapsing Planet: The Impact of Climate Change on Children’s Health" from her office at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. The main goal of the digital event is to discuss children’s rights in business.
Crown Princes Victoria wore a molena navy blazer from Tiger of Sweden, and a white silk blouse, and childhood earrings from Sophie By Sophie
Digital Action Lab series provide companies with insight and tools on how to best advance children´s rights and manage related risks in their operations and supply chains. The Digital Action Labs that are being held this fall address four themes: The Advantage for Business to Engage with Children’s Rights, Listening to the Change-Maker Generation, A Collapsing Planet: The Impact of Climate Change on Children’s Health, and Data Mining in the Sandbox: Children’s Safety Online.
Crown Princess Victoria took part in the 3rd Digital Action Lab - VIDEO

The Global Child Forum was founded by the Swedish Royal Family in 2009. The Forum is an independent platform that brings together world-leading stakeholders to increase their knowledge about children’s rights. The aim is to identify opportunities for companies to influence children’s rights for the better.

Crown Princes Victoria wore Sophie By Sophie Childhood Earrings
Sophie By Sophie Childhood Earrings
Crown Princess Victoria wore Tiger of Sweden Molena Blazer
Tiger of Sweden Molena Blazer

18 Comments

  1. I am fully aware that this is a very serious and threatening subject and that, quite normally, Victoria adapted her look to it. However I find her look today (particularly hair style, not surprisingly) really too strict and harsh.

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    1. I agree.

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    2. I agree. Kinda scary.... she looks like a school principal ready to "take you to task". I really don't like her hair pulled back sooooooo severely and the earrings do not look right with this outfit which ages her.

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  2. I think this blouse doesn´t suit with this kacket.

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  3. She is in black as her uncle (her mother's brother) has passed away very recently

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  4. That´s not a good look.
    Colourwise, it´s fine of course, a classic black-and-white outfit.
    But stylewise, it´s a mess. The jacket says business, the blouse is ultra retro, they should never be combined. There is also no need to tie the ribbons into such a clown-like huge bow, especially since it has literally no room and is colliding with the jacket´s lapels. Victoria´s hairstyle is super strict and unattractive. In these photos, she looks 10 years older than she is.

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  5. I'm normally not a fan of the bow blouse, but I think she looks good here, and this look suits the serious engagement. Perhaps because the bow is tied so well. Plus, I love the earrings.
    Chel

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  6. Very stiff, very serious, very Victoria. I will always maintain that she does not need to dress this way to do her job or ascend to the throne.

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  7. The bow makes it clowness - this is a miss for me. She is not a fashionhorse and probably will not be in future. Maybe she can learn ro trust advice from her nother.
    x

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  8. I give up on her.
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    1. How sad to hear somebody say that.
      It's obvious that her priority is her duty to her country and the advanced work she has to do for when she'll be Queen of Sweden.
      I believe that fashion plays a non important, second roll for Princess Victoria.
      Please continue like that dear Princess Victoria.

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    2. I totally agree with Deadeggs!

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  9. Un joli look dans ce tailleur-pantalon mais son chemisier au gros nœud Lavallière est trop strict et pas vraiment flatteur ; ses boucles d'oreilles délicates -que j'aime beaucoup- apportent une touche moins sévère à sa coiffure !

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  10. Un joli look dans ce tailleur-pantalon mais son chemisier au gros nœud Lavallière est trop strict et pas vraiment flatteur ; ses boucles d'oreilles délicates -que j'aime beaucoup- apportent une touche moins sévère à sa coiffure !

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  11. Un joli look dans ce tailleur-pantalon mais son chemisier au gros nœud Lavallière est trop strict et pas vraiment flatteur ; ses boucles d'oreilles délicates -que j'aime beaucoup- apportent une touche moins sévère à sa coiffure !

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  12. I absolutely hate pussy cat bows so I can not look on an unbiased fashion. However the jacket looks very good on her. The bow, dangle earrings and brooch just clutter her look. A simple blouse under that jacket would have been so much more effective. Her hair is also very severe I think slightly less harshly drawn back would have looked better.

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  13. I like pussy bows. Less with flowery-frizzy outfits, to be sure, that can be too much, but in this case, the pussy bow complements and softens the black jacket nicely. For me, a perfect combination . Love the earrings. I also appreciate the fact that she obviously does not want to draw attention to her glorious volume of hair. Not every woman can wear her hair drawn straight back - she is one of the few who can. She is simply not the person(ality) for loose fringes or the like.
    (-Ann.)

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