Inventory: Princess Marie’s Light Pink Hats

On Saturday, February 6, Princess Marie of Denmark celebrated her 45th birthday. To mark this milestone, let’s take a closer look at all of the pale pink designs in her millinery closet. Here they are in order of introduction:

1.  2.  3.

Designer: all are unknown
Introduced: March 18, 2014; April 1, 2017; June 15, 2019

Princess Marie wears a hat or headpiece just a few times each year so it’s no surprise this collection is small. As far as fascinators go, the first two headpieces are good ones with lovely detail and scale; hat #3 is a charming design (adore the jaunty angle) that I look forward to seeing again.

What stands out to you about Princess Marie’s pale pink hat and headpieces?

Images from Ole Jensen / Corbis and Ole Jensen – Corbis / Corbis via Getty; and Chris Christopherson via the Danish Monarchy

6 thoughts on “Inventory: Princess Marie’s Light Pink Hats

    • Jimbo, in French you’d call it a “capeline niçoise”. Or at least a “niçoise” style hat, for the real capeline niçoise has a smaller crown and a larger brim. (Straw sun hat, part of the traditional costume of the women of Nice.)

  1. I can never work up too much excitement for a fascinator I’m afraid, but that natty hat at its jaunty angle is a winner. It’s quite a flirty look for Marie who usually plays it quite safe. I like.

  2. These are all so pretty, but #3 is a great hat that looks fabulous on her. I’m with you Hat Queen on hoping she wears it again.

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