A status update

About a year ago or so I decided to open my very own Pinterst account in the name of my blog. Pinterst is a great social media and I fell in love with it instantly. After awhile I thought I would give it a try on a more "professional" level. You all warmly congratulated the news and have followed my along the way. When getting an account I was also a bit skeptical because I had the idea that 'Style of Mary' would always (only) be a blog. I took a chance and I am glad I did. The thing is: it really never worked for me. To blog is a passion; a hobby and that is the way it should be. Less time is available and I want to focus on blogging. That is what I am good at. That is what I do. So, now 'Style is Mary' is back at where we started - as a blog.

I want to thank you for all your support and following me on Pinterest. Who knows? - maybe you will find me somewhere else out there on another social media? Time will tell. Hope you keep on reading, commenting, having fun and sharing your passion with me. 

Thanks!

Visiting 'Kræftværket' at Rigshospitalet

Tuesday, December 11th

Tuesday morning the Crown Princess attended a conference at Eigtveds Pakhus in Copenhagen. The conference focused on gender equality and health for women in the private sector. It was organized by Sex og Samfund, Investeringsfonden for Udviklinglande (IFU) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, here.

Later in the evening she payed an unofficial visit to Kræftværket at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, here. Kræftværket is a place to meet for young diagnosed with cancer. Here the young patients got the opportunity to meet others the same age; in the same situation as themself.

Crown Princess Mary has visited Kræftværket several times the last couple of years, here, here. Last year she also visited Rigshospitalet unofficially. Seems like everybody enjoyed spending the evening together. There was room for both laughter and vulnerable stories, which is also what Kræftværket is all about.


Visiting Kræftværket Mary was beautifully dressed in a reuse Britt Sisseck blouse and fitted black trousers. Actually we have seen this combination once before - the blouse and trousers. A really lovely match, don't you think? I would really love to have seen some more pictures from her visit. But we have to do with what we have so far.

To me it looks like she embraced the style with golden jewellery. First of all I see her wearing a golden bracelet from Dulong Fine Jewelry featuring diamonds. She has worn this pieces quite a lot lately. Then he is wearing a golden ring. A leaf shapes as a ring. It is from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. Usually Mary wears this ring with a diamond band as well, but not this time. I also see golden earrings. Unfortunately I can not tell for sure where they are from. The style makes me think of Orit Elhanati. Guesswork only. I imagine her wearing either black pumps are boots to match the rest of her look. A simple and good-looking outfit.

Blouse ● Britt Sisseck Alma (similar)
Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry Balloon Bracelet
Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Leaves Ring

Conference on gender equality and health

Tuesday, December 11th

On December 6th and 7th the Crown Prince couple visited Latvia for the celebration of Latvia's 100 years being an independant state, here, here. The following day on December 8th the Crown Princess attended the Danish Music Conservatory's Children's Choirs Christmas concert, here with her family.

Tuesday morning Crown Princess Mary then attended a conference arranged by Sex og Samfund, Investeringsfonden for Udviklingslande (IFU) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The conference was entitled 'Responsibility and profitability: Gender equality and women's health for companies and investors' and focuses business development through equality and health for women in the private sector. Eigtveds Pakhus in Copenhagen housed the conference.

The Crown Princess was in a splendid mood while attending the conference. It was a great opportunity for all attending the conference to share knowledge, visions, goals and experiences. Crown Princess Mary captured everything beautifully in her speech. Take a minute and read what she had to say, here.



Getting ready to spend a day talking about gender equality and women's health in the private sector Mary had chosen to wear a comfortable and chic outfit. This is a look that is quite easy to copy if you like to. Mary matched a pair of black trousers with a turtleneck and a brands new floral blazer. I do not know who identified it first, but I learned about her new blazer here. It has been found at SAND Copenhagen.

At the arrival she showed one of her good old pieces - her black Prada coat. Mary had also chosen another old goodie - that black leather bag from Bottega Veneta. Proves that things never go out of style. As other accessories she embraced the style by wearing pendant earrings from Dulong Fine Jewelry and two golden bracelets from the same designer. I also see her Cartier bangle

Trying to identify her footwear I have come to the conclusion that she is wearing pointed black boots. Right? With only one picture it is all about guesswork. I suggest that Mary wore a pair of Gianvito Rossi boots. Those worn when she received 'the Danish Speakers' speaker prize' a month ago, here. Think I could be right about the boots? Let me know what you think and of course; tell me what you think about her outfit from the conference.

Coat  Prada
Shirt  SAND Copenhagen Angel Shawl Shirt
Earrings  Dulong Fine Jewelry Delphis Earrings
Bracelet  Dulong Fine Jewelry Delphis Bracelet
Bracelet  Dulong Fine Jewelry
Bracelet  Cartier Love Bracelet
Bag  Bottega Veneta

Possible identifications
Boots  Gianvito Rossi Fiona 90 Black Stretch-Knit Ankle Boots