Danish Queen Opens Reformation Exhibition

Queen Margrethe was at The Round Tower in Copenhagen yesterday to open a collection of art commissioned from 25 prominent Danish artists on the significance of the Protestant Reformation. She repeated her burgundy hat with upturned, Breton style brim and a pair of chocolate and cream striped feathers on the side. The scale, pattern and placement off the feathers is my favourite part of the hat and gives it a decidedly modern and artistic touch.

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Designer: unknown
Previously Worn: February 12, 2016October 22, 2014

Thoughts on this hat’s repeated outing?

Photos from Getty and The Danish Monarchy as indicated

7 thoughts on “Danish Queen Opens Reformation Exhibition

  1. While I am not always a fan of Queen Margrethe’s hats and clothing choices, I think she looks wonderful in this hat and this color. She seems to be a woman who is comfortable with her style and that makes her exude a confidence which allows her to carry off styles that most women would be unable to do.

  2. This is a nice hat and a good color for Margrethe. I do think the trim on the side are actually feathers, however.

  3. I like it and all that, but like a lot of M’s get ups it does look a bit like it’s from the 80’s. still she’s got her style and it works for her. Would love to meet her, she always seems like a fascinating woman.

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