Crown Princess of Denmark: Five Fashion Facts You Did Not Know

Crown Princess

If you thought that only the Duchess of Cambridge is fashion conscious, it is time to think again. Mary, the Crown Princess of Denmark, is the new trendsetter. The Crown Princess of Denmark has been named as the Most Stylish Young Royal. She mixes Denmark labels with Australian brands.

Age appropriate dresses

Never  would you find the 44-year-old mother of four  flaunting in dresses inappropriate for her age which can raise an eyebrow. She is sober and modest.

Recycling dresses

She tends to wear the same dress twice or even more than four times. She is even leaving behind Kate. She recycles her dresses and ornaments.Some are two-in-one combinations.The tiara she wore while welcoming the Mexican President is also a neck tie, Hello! reports.

Own Fashion store

The Royal Princess has opened a fashion store in Sydney featuring products from Copenhagen-based luxury brand Ole Lynggaard. She is a patron of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit.

Most Stylish Royal

In August 2015, Princess Mary of Denmark was named the”most stylish young royal”- beating the Duchess of Cambridge for the second year running, Daily Mail reports. She left back Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands.

Vanity Fair’s Most Fashionable Woman

She has been named as one of the world’s most fashionable woman by Vanity Fair. She is known to famous designers for choosing fitting style, befitting her Royal role, Daily Mail reports.

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Here are some of the most fashionable avatars by the princess.

She wore a Victorian-Style Lace Top and looked stunning.

She wears her black dress and tiara during Prince Henrik’s birthday celebrations.

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She is in her pink coat outside the balcony with her husband at Amalienborg Castle. The blouse is from Elise Gug and she wore this during her Canada trip in 2014. Black skirt is from Signe Bøgelund-Jensen.

She greets the first lady of Mexico in a classy cream coat.

Crown Princess Mary attends the return dinner at D’Angleterre in the Ganni skirt.

Princess Mary attending the on a course Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century at Harvard in Boston.

The navy blue coat along with the navy blue shirt featuring the birds matched with the beautiful earrings from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen made her look so European.

She looks amazing. She was interviewed by Ole Damkjær about her role in the fight for gender equality and violence against women.

Royal lady in her ombre Missoni coat to receive the Mexican President in the airport.

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