She forgoes her purse and takes a cabbage instead
Today’s royal looks in the GALA ticker: Princess Mary quickly chooses a cabbage as an accessory +++ Carl Philip gave this to his Sofia for the birth of his third child +++ Princess Victoria’s blouse originally looked very different +++
Exciting royal looks in the GALA ticker:
2 September 2022
A fair exchange: the cabbage as a new fashion item
Princess Mary of Denmark participates in the opening ceremony for the exhibition ‘2030 NU’ at Skøjtebanen in Sønderborg. Her look is stylish and classic as usual. She combines a white blouse with a long skirt with a floral pattern. The royal beauty wears beige wedge heels from Tod’s and a gold bangle and a diamond studded ring, both by Rebekka Notkin.
But the absolute eye-catcher is the accessory that the Danish princess wears instead of a normal handbag: a real cabbage. The vegetables are part of the exhibition, which deals with the negative development in the world due to wars, climate change and the pandemic. The works of art must serve to stimulate people to think and act, so that a better future can be created.
1 September 2022
Prince Carl Philip was very particular about Princess Sofia’s birthday present
What an achievement! Princess Sofia, 37, impressed at the Funkisfestivalen in Stockholm with an absolutely fantastic look! Prince Carl Philip’s wife, 43, appeared in a bright blue patterned frill skirt by Swedish brand By Malina. The eye-catching piece is new to the royal wardrobe and it’s easy to see how comfortable Sofia feels in it.
You don’t need many extra eye-catchers to wow rock. And then Sofia does everything right with a simple black top that she combines with it. Black pumps and a black box clutch complete the stylish look. The mother of three sons wears her hair loose and in relaxed waves. The light curtain bangs and the bright highlights give her look a touch of summer vibes.
Rumors about Sofia’s ring were finally aired
In addition to the skirt, another detail of Sofia’s look was widely discussed: three rings with round gemstones. Princess Sofia had previously worn the rings at Prince Julian’s christening, which is why it has long been assumed that it was a gift from Prince Carl Philip for the birth, a so-called push gift. The jewel is said to be three 18-carat gold rings set with green aventurine, blue topaz and rock crystal. Small diamonds will refine the precious pieces. It is not known if the rings are a symbol of the three children they have together. However, the PR manager at the Belgian jewelry company Bigli confirms the rumors about the supposed push gift: “The prince bought the ring for Princess Sofia as a gift.” Carl Philip is said to have spent around 5,806 euros for the loving attention.
31 August 2022
Princess Victoria replaces the V-neck with a high neck
At an awards ceremony in Stockholm, Princess Victoria, 45, appeared in an outfit that has been hanging in her closet since 2017. It’s a colorful printed ensemble consisting of a pleated midi skirt and a short-sleeved blouse. In addition, the 45-year-old combines a clutch from Bottega Veneta and earrings with a feather from Kreuger Jewellery.
The outfit was created by designer Jennifer Blom and is from her spring-summer 2017 collection. Originally, however, she sent her model down the runway with a maxi skirt and a completely different top.
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Unlike Victoria’s version, this one has a button closure and a deep V-neckline. Too daring for the Swedish crown princess, she had the top tailored without further ado. She’s not the only royal to have her clothes altered to make them “royal”. Duchess Catherine, 40, also has her clothes tailored from time to time.
29 August 2022
Queen Máxima relies on the fashionable summer trend at the UN conference
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, 51, is known for her colorful style. She usually dresses elegantly for events and performances. The wife of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, 55, also impressed with a smart outfit at the UN conference in India.
Queen Máxima is participating in the UN meeting in New Delhi as the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Financial Inclusion and Development. At the meeting with the Indian finance minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, 63, Máxima chooses a tie-dye dress. This summer’s trendy pattern is a must-have even for the queen. In June this year, she wears the maxi dress for the first time. Apparently, she liked it so much that Altuzarra’s design has now made it to the UN conference. The bow on the asymmetric dress emphasizes her figure and gives the cape something definite. With matching large statement earrings, she adds a sparkling effect to the look. The Queen of Holland delivers with a guarantee when it comes to fashion.
You can find last week’s royal looks here.