Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako attended the opening of GEA 2020 conference

Empress Masako wore a green wool blazer with black collar, and skirt suit, pearls earrings and necklace. pearl brooch
On December 14, Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako attended the opening ceremony of GEA 2020 (Global Environmental Action) International Conference held at the Capitol Hotel in Tokyo. The conference will be held through Tuesday. Experts will discuss issues such as the promotion of renewable energies and measures to deal with marine plastic waste. The Global Environmental Action International Conference is held once about every two years in the Japanese capital.
Empress Masako wore a green wool blazer with black collar, and skirt suit, pearls earrings and necklace. pearl brooch
Empress Masako wore a green wool blazer with black collar, and skirt suit, pearls earrings and necklace. pearl brooch
Empress Masako wore a green wool blazer with black collar, and skirt suit, pearls earrings and necklace. pearl brooch
Empress Masako wore a green wool blazer with black collar, and skirt suit, pearls earrings and necklace. pearl brooch
Empress Masako wore a green wool blazer with black collar, and skirt suit, pearls earrings and necklace. pearl brooch
Empress Masako wore a green wool blazer with black collar, and skirt suit, pearls earrings and necklace. pearl brooch
Empress Masako wore a green wool blazer with black collar, and skirt suit, pearls earrings and necklace. pearl brooch

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  1. Nothing much on fashion side, just prim and proper... as usual.

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  2. Un couple toujours impeccablement vêtu ; j'aime beaucoup le goût apporté par Naruhito dans le choix de ses cravates ; là, il en porte une dans un imprimé très discret qui peut se combiner avec la tenue de Masako qui est très élégante dans ce tailleur-jupe ; très chic !

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  3. Sorry, but they look like being on a funeral.

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    1. Sorry that you see it like that (being at a funeral). But it is their respect forJapanese fashion, culture and tradition and I hope they keep it like that.

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  4. Lovely suit she is wearing, like the dark green color, it would be nice to see a pop of color.

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    1. Sorry, why must there always be a "pop of color"? Some of us like dark clothes. Masako has many times worn light colors; and on this occasion she is wearing white pearl earrings & necklace and of course a white requisite mask. I like her suit (not keen on those hat shapes, but it's what they wear - so be it). ~Laurel~

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    2. Because some of us like the contrast of a "pop of colour" against dark clothing?

      Doesn't say "must" - it says "it would be nice". You know, as in expressing an opinion....

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    3. Anon 10:03am - I said "must", because every time one of these royal ladies wears a totally dark outfit, there are several comments wishing to see some pop of color. I'm just asking what is so unpleasant about a dark outfit without a "pop of color".

      How about a totally light outfit with a "pop of dark"?

      And you're right - it is expressing an opinion, as we all do. Thanks.

      ~Laurel~

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  5. Another beautifully tailored suit for the Empress. I’m not fond of the hat shape on her...it looks too squashed somehow...but clearly it’s a favourite with her. I also find the colour combination of black and green to be a bit gloomy. (V.M.)

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  6. I just love her class. You can always count on it. I wish more had it.
    Chel

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