Take this, for instance: Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary celebrated the anniversary of the Hotel d'Angleterre, and Mary wore a black dress from Ole Yde's YDE label with a tiered tulle skirt.
that black Carolina Herrera gown that Queen Letizia wore last year. And I looooved that gown. Therefore...I should like this gown...and yet, NOPE.
Last night, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary attended the Hotel d'Angleterre's 250th anniversary gala pic.twitter.com/AE8rAiLZv2I blame the bodice. Maybe just borrow the dress from Leti next time?
— Royaltyspeaking (@Royal_talk) April 26, 2015
And then there's Crown Princess Mette-Marit, still doing her version of wardrobe musical chairs, grabbing whatever's at hand when the music stops.
Yesterday, Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended the opening of an exhibition in memory of artist Diptyk in Oslo. pic.twitter.com/qJsW3n4GGMAnd much to my surprise, I think I like it this time! Sure, I'd change the skirt, because I can always find something to change. But the sweater manages to feel very much in the M-M style without being a) black or white, b) covered in flowers, or c) covered in ruffles. A change I can get behind.
— Scandinavian Royals. (@crownprincely) April 25, 2015
|The sweater is from Burberry Prorsum|
Photos: as indicated and YDE, Style.com