Queen Margrethe Inaugurates the Jelling Monuments

Queen Margrethe celebrated more than a thousand years of Danish history today when she inaugurated the Jelling Monumenterne area. The Jelling Monuments, located at the birthplace of the Danish nation, make up this country’s most important heritage monument (and are included on the UNESCO heritage list). For this event, Margrethe repeated the beige fedora-inspired hat we saw her sporting last week. This look is a lot of beige (and I’m not big on beige royal hats most of the time) but I do like Margrethe in a this style of hat. What do you think?

Designer: unknown
Previously Worn: September 4, 2013September 6, 2012June 8, 2012

Photo from Claus Fisker / Scanpix  

8 thoughts on “Queen Margrethe Inaugurates the Jelling Monuments

  1. There is too much beige. Beige is not a good color on Her Majesty. A grey hat and coat with an emerald green or teal colored scarf would have looked amazing on her. I love the shape of the hat and it suits her – just get another color.

  2. I like this hat when she wears a nice bright scarf around her neck like she did the last time. These pale beige makes her look a lil bit likea haint.

  3. Such a boring outfit, including the hat. The shape is okay on Margrethe, but in general, she really struggles to avoid hat-baldness, and this hat similarly verges on making her look bald.

  4. I really like the style of the hat, but the color washes her out. Maybe something more with a deeper earth tone that had some autumn color attached to it. The color throws it off, very dull and uninteresting.

  5. I also think it’s a lot of this shade of beige…but maybe she is trying to bridge the change of seasons by going a bit more fall like – I would like to see a little more cream or white with this too..but agree – she looks good in a Fedora style hat.

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