Swedish Royals in Peru

Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden are in Peru and Colombia this week on an economic and cultural visit. They kicked things off today in Lima where Princess Victoria led a delegation at the University of Lima and the couple visited an H&M department store. For these events, Princess Victoria repeated the black and white layered butterfly fascinator she first wore last month for the opening of Swedish parliament. She paired it this time with a red twin of the smart purple dress she wore to Prince Nicolas’ christening last weekend. While the pairing of the black and white headpiece with a red dress is a little predictable for my taste, it makes for a polished daytime ensemble.

Designer: Malinda Damgaard. Dress by British label Seraphine
Previously Worn: September 15, 2015
Photos from Getty as indicated

8 thoughts on “Swedish Royals in Peru

  1. Crown Princess Victoria’s headpiece looks like overlayed black and white bows, which I think is too twee for a lady of her age and status. Her dairdo is too severe for her.

  2. I agree with many of the commenters regarding her severe hair style. I would image it’s very easy for her to do herself but, like Kate almost always wearing her hair down so it’s flying in her face, this is getting old. Her dress and hair piece, however, are very nice.

  3. I like this little headpiece much more this time around, I think because it seems more occasion-appropriate and it is paired with a great color! I especially enjoy that they are checking out the new Balmain for H&M collection haha.

    • Sorry, but the headpiece and dress look cheap!! The fabric of the dress is wrinkled and she has worn many others using this fabric. For so long now I’ve mentioned how too severe her hair is pulled back off her face and makes her look so much older. But one other factor that is just as important: face makeup. Her skin has no color to it, no brightness to her face without even a light colored lipstick, no tinge of color in her cheek.

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