Friday, January 12th
For years the Crown Princess has been patron for the Christmas Seal Homes, here, in Denmark. It was also as patron she attended the inauguration of a new Christmas Seal Home called 'Liljeborg' in Roskilde. A very poetic name that includes including the name of a flower -a lily. The Crown Princess has visited Christmas Seal Homes all over the country since she became patron. Now it was time for her to inaugurate a new one. Hopefully a place where many children in the future will learn how to enjoy life much more. During the visit she participated several activities with the children, who seemed to have much fun with the future queen. Eye to eye with the kids, the Crown Princess a couple of hours in Roskilde.
At the inauguration Mary was dressed in a chic pair of black trousers and a brand new printed blouse. I have tried almost everything to identify her new blouse that features long sleeves, ruffles at back and a turtleneck. I would really like to have been the one finding her blouse, but I did not. Sweet Amanda shared with me a blouse featuring a similar print. With her help I was able to find the model Mary was wearing. Enough about all the talking. Mary's new printed blouse is from Jesper Høvring (Collection: H by Jesper Høvring, here). Amazing how this identification could take so long. When arriving Mary stayed warm in her wool coat from JOSEPH. She embraced the style by wearing several accessories as well. First one to mention is the black ankle boots. They have been identified by Heaven as Hugo Boss. We first saw them on November 25th, here. The diamond rings from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen and the Louise Grønlykke earrings are both reused details. I would absolutely have loved to see just one splash of colour. Maybe red nails, a colourful clutch or a shiny coloured brooch. Then I would give her outfit 10 out of 10.
Earrings // Louise Grønlykke Marrakech Earrings
Rings // Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bands Ring