A blue month

In May we have had so many amazing moments along with the Crown Princess and the rest of the Danish royal family. Especially the celebration of Crown Prince Frederik's 5oth birthday, captured most of us for a whole week to our computer. The Crown Princess also payed a visit to Seattle, Washington. I realized that during May she was wearing a lot of blue - a wonderful color for both clothes and accessories. Personally I am a true fan of the color and loves to wear it at all times. This is my attempt to inspire you to wear blue more often. I would claim that all ages and no matter what style you like; blue is always a great color to wear, whether it is as clothes or accessories. Let yourself inspire and have fun wearing blue.

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Meeting on the world's refugee situation

Tuesday, June 12th



Second time this month the Crown Princess participated a meeting that was not part of her official calendar. On Monday 11th she met with among others former Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon to talk about The UN Live Museum that will be located in Copenhagen, here. The following day she had a meeting with Filippo Grandi, UN's High Commissioner for Refugees that took place at Amalienborg in Copenhagen. She met with him as patron of the Danish Refugee Council. Present at the meeting was also Danish Minister of Development, Ulla Tørnæs and Secretary General of the Danish Refugee Council, Christian Friis Bach. According to the royal house, the current refugee situation was discussed during the meeting and Filippo Grandi filled everyone in on the work done by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).



We haven't seen Mary in anything this black for a long time I believe. Not sure black is the most exciting color to wear these days. Still, the weather has not been as perfect and sunny as we want to the last week and something sophisticated is needed for the occasion. So, she chose to wear this new v-neck, black dress. So far I have not been able to identify it, but it reminds me of something from either Hugo Boss or maybe JOSEPH. Take a look and let me know what you have in mind. Love to hear your thoughts. She belted up the dress with an old Céline belt worn numerous times before, here, here, here. Unfortunately I am not able to tell you for sure, which pair of shoes she was wearing because no pictures show. My guess would be something black to match the dress. Embracing the style to perfection Mary dazzled wearing a few bracelets from Dulong Fine Jewelry, one from Cartier, an Orit Elhanati necklace and of course that gorgeous earrings. They go years back and are from Dulong Fine Jewelry - former Marianne Dulong. She has worn them before but in my mind, it is years ago. I need a little more time to track down a photo for you. Let me know if you find what I am looking to share with all of you.

Earrings  Dulong Fine Jewelry Delphis
Belt  Céline Embossed Skinny Belt
Necklace  Orit Elhanati The Abyss Necklace
Bracelet  Cartier Love Bracelet
Bracelet  Dulong Fine Jewelry Esme Bracelet
Bracelet  Dulong Fine Jewelry

Meeting about 'UN Live'

Monday, June 11th



On Monday the Crown Princess attended two unofficial meeting about a new project called UN Live, which will become a global UN-museum located in Copenhagen. The UN Live Museum is suppose to act as a global gathering place for UN values and goals. It will be a place for development, problems solving and an invitation for innovation. During the meetings she met with among others, former Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon and CEO of Realdania, Jesper Nygård along with several other representatives from Danish foundations and organizations. From what I see, the Crown Princess was all ears. For years she has supported the United Nations values and goals, and is trying to make the world a better place for especially girls and women across the globe. Can't help myself from thinking that she was inspired by organizations like the United Nations. Looking forward to follow the work on this new museum.


At the two meetings in Copenhagen, Mary had chosen a good old dress from Hugo Boss - not seen for years. A dress like this has been worn by the Crown Princess many times about now, for instance in 2012, here, and 2016, here. Do you remember the dress? When do you think she wore it better? Think it is the first time she wears it with a coat, but it looks brilliant. Talking about the coat, then I only know very little about it though it goes years back in time. I was able to find her wearing it at an event in 2012, here. She has a similar one with black details around the neckline. As seen before, Mary chose to wear her coral, diamond earrings from Dulong Fine Jewelry. These earrings have followed her for years just as with the dress and coat. A clear proof that your clothes can always be mixed and matched, even after more than six years. It is all about creativity and feeling comfortable in what you're wearing. From Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen she accessorized her outfit with both a golden chain bracelet and diamond rings. Prada is the designer of the Saffiano Cuir Double tote from the meeting, as Gianvito Rossi created the navy blue pumps. What a lovely outfit.

Dress  Hugo Boss
Earrings  Dulong Fine Jewelry Lotus
Bracelet  Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bracelet
Rings  Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bands Ring
Shoes  Gianvito Rossi