The DI Prize 2020

29th September

To be an inspiration to others is what the DI Prize is all about. Each year, the DI Prize is given to a Danish company, who have made a certain effort within a current theme in both the society and in business. This years theme was green transition.

Crown Princess Mary arrived to the House of Industry in Copenhagen to give a speech and later present this years winner of the DI Prize 2020. The award is presented as part of the DI Business Summit entitled "Denmark back to the Future". At the arrival, she was warmly welcomed by the international CEO of Danish Industry, Thomas Bustrup and  Chairman of Danish Industry, Lars-Peter Søbye. The Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen also attended the event and was part of the welcoming committee.

Clearly, the Crown Princess was proud when she spoke at the summit. With great pride in her voice, she said how proud it makes her to feel that businesses in Denmark work with a green transition as a mentality, not as a responsibility we just have to take. It is part of who they are as a business.

As guest of honor, Crown Princess Mary also presented the winner of the DI Prize 2020: Troldtekt. A company that produces sustainable acoustic panels for the construction industry. They have incorporated a health mentality about materials and made excess material a new usable ressorce. Congratulations to Troldtekt.

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For yesterdays event, Mary had chosen one of my favorite jumpsuits from her wardrobe. A grey checked suit from Max Mara. This is only the second time we see it. Maybe you remember when she first wore it? It was when Crown Princess Victoria and her husband, Prince Daniel visited Denmark last year. The Danish Crown Prince Couple hosted a business promotion visit with the Swedish couple as guests of honor, here. Back then, Mary impressed the world with her outfit. She did one more time.

I am always up for a good jumpsuit. To me it is like a trailered pants suits. Wearing a jumpsuit is both comfortable, makes an easy outfit and gives a boost of confident. Do you like wearing jumpsuits? Mary does not wear them as often as I would like, but when she do I get super thrilled.

Presenting the DI Prize, she embraced the style of her jumpsuit by wearing simple one-color accessories. Much like the first time in 2019. Actually, little has changed. The stunning earrings are from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. Two out of three golden bracelets are creations from talented Dulong Fine Jewelry. The last golden bangle is her love band from Cartier. One of her most beloved pieces of jewellery. That little diamond ring on her left hand, is also an Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen piece.

A first I thought we had seen that black clutch before. Then I was not sure. I had a few different designers in mind, but somehow it did not match any of her old clutches. With a little more research I have come to the conclusion that is an old one from Carlend Copenhagen. They confirmed that to me. The model is called Vanessa and is made of crocodile. Matching the rest of her modern look, she had chosen black pointed Gianvito Rossi pumps.

We cannot forget to take a look at her hairstyle. Even though it is as simple as it gets (a ponytail), then take one more look and tell me that is does not look simple at all. Mary makes a ponytail look super chic and stylish. Anyone who would sign up for that one as an everyday hairstyle? Count me in.


Jumpsuit ● Max Mara, here

Earrings ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Clutch ● Carlend Copenhagen

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

A new board member

22nd September

Yesterday, Crown Princess Mary welcomed a brand member of the Mary Foundation's board. In a post on social media the Crown Princess thanked Troels Boldt Rømer for his future participation in the Mary Foundation's work to combat social isolation.

Like the Crown Princess herself, Troels Boldt Rømer has quite a lot on his resume already despite his only 26 years of age. He has previous experience with social work. The young man has also worked as chairman for Danish School Students. Today, he is chairman of Red Cross Youth. Impressive, right? And now he is also a board member of the Mary Foundation.

In her post, Crown Princess Mary also shared how excited she is about their new board member especially when it comes to new ideas and creative solutions to reach a younger audience.

Congratulations to Troels with the new job and to the Mary Foundation with their new member. We look forward to follow their progress.

At the meeting with Troels Boldt Rømer, a new board member of the Mary Foundation, Mary was dressed in what looks like a brand new blouse. A black and white creation featuring simple flowers and some other pattern. Heaven now managed to identify Mary's new blouse as BA&SH. We still do not know for sure if she wore the pattern as a blouse or dress. To me it looks like she matched it with a pair of black trousers, which is why I believe in blouse. With only two pictures and with half of her body covered by a table we have to make a guess. Let me know if you hear or see anything exciting. I am all ears.

Mary had chosen to embrace the style (and time a year) with green earrings from Dulong Fine Jewelry. They go back to 2009, when she attended the opening of "Nordic Aphasia Conference" at University of Copenhagen. Actually, on the day of her 5th anniversary, here. We haven't seen them for a couple of years now. The golden bangle is also a design created by Dulong Fine Jewelry. Next to that, you see her Kknekki hairband.

She is also wearing a brand new ring on her right hand. It features a green paraiba tourmaline stone and diamonds. It is a unique custom-made trinity ring created by Dulong Fine Jewelry. The little black clutch is a favorite of hers for such meeting's. I think it is from Carlend Copenhagen, here.


Blouse(/Dress) ● BA&SH, here 

Earrings ● Dulong Fine Jewelry

Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Hairband ● Kknekki, here

The Australian War Memorial

17th September

As guest of honor, the Crown Princess attended the inauguration of "The Australian War Memorial" in the Churchillpark in Copenhagen. Crown Princess Mary was warmly welcomed by Australia's ambassador, Mary Ellen Miller whom which she also revealed the new war memorial and the Danish Minster of Defense, Trine Bramsen.

The atmosphere was very unique. Truly a day reserved for honoring Australian military and service staff, who took part in the liberation of Denmark during World War II as well as the fallen Australian soldiers from World War I. Standing side by side with the Australian ambassador, the Crown Princess showed her honor and support to those lost in war and for their families.

I guess it was with a special proud feeling in her heart that she attended the inauguration. After all, she is Australian born.

After the inauguration, she payed a visit to the Information Center for the Monument to Denmark's international efforts after 1948. The center is located at Kastellet in Copenhagen and offer visitors an insight into the missions that Danish envoys have participated in since 1948, here.

A couple of days ago we learned that the Crown Princess is now part of the United Nations Population Fund's newly established ICPD25 High Level Commission. This commission is all about fulfilling what was discussed at Nairobi Summit in 2019. These goals focuses on making any pregnancy desired, making every birth safe and to give all young people the opportunity to reach their full potential. On Thursday, she participated the very first (virtual) meeting with the commission (second embedded picture). She commented in her own words that she very much look forward to get started.

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Mary was beautifully dressed, when she attended the inauguration and later on participated in a meeting with the newly established ICPD25 High Level Commission. Somehow, I think she looks different this time even though all of her clothes have been worn before. She looks older and somehow more mature (if that is even possible). 

I really like how she style her floral printed Ralph Lauren dress with that black Max Mara jacket. Did you know that Mary first wore this jacket back in 2004 at Queen Margrethe's 64th birthday, here? That is how old it is. At the inauguration she paired her old goodie with a stunning Ralph Lauren dress. Think it is the first time she wears the dress with a jacket and this time a year. Lovely dress. The thin belt is also a reuse from Céline.

She embraced the outfit with golden jewellery from Dulong Fine Jewelry and Cartier. The wonderful golden ring featuring diamonds, is an Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen design. For sure you also noticed the white pearl earrings and the little brooch. The story goes that the brooch is made by Dulong Fine Jewelry, but I have never been able to confirm it and the style is like their usual design.

As other accessories she wore nude pointed pumps from Gianvito Rossi and a matching (unidentified) clutch. With gloves and a hairstyle do die for, Mary impressed me greatly.


Jacket ● Max Mara, here

Dress ● Ralph Lauren, here

Belt ● Céline

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

RC70: WHO Regional Committee for Europe

14th September

Crown Princess Mary spend her weekend well before attending the WHO Regional Committee for Europe (RC70), because the Crown Princess took part in her very first dressage in Frederiksværk, here. She was accompanied by her oldest daughter, Princess Isabella. The Crown Princess paired with both Edelman and Wasabi for the event - two beautiful horses. She took the stand as number four. Pretty good, don't you think? Maybe this is not the last time we see her at such competitions?

Today, she arrived to the UN City in Copenhagen to attend RC70 - the WHO Regional Committee for Europe. Crown Princess Mary takes title as patron for the event. She has taken part in the conference for quite a few years now and often gives a speech. This year was a little different. Because of the current situation with COVID-19, the conference was all virtual.

The conference now takes place for the 70th time. It gathers representatives from all 53 countries, who are members of WHO Regional Committee of Europe to discuss healthcare related questions. Crown Princess Mary was part of all that on todays meeting.

She was accompanied by several other members in the UN City in Copenhagen. Among others, Dr Hans Kluge, Minster of Healthcare and Elderly, Magnus Heunicke and CEO of the National Board of Health, Søren Brostrøm.

The Crown Princess also gave a speech at the opening ceremony. Her 10th speech. She is quoted to have said that: "There can be no healthcare without the health workforce", here. True. The pandemic was her main focus and how the european healthcare workers have made a remarkable effort to handle the situation with great care and professionalism. But hear her speech and be inspired by her words.

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Personally, I think finding the right outfit can be very difficult. Should I wear a skirt, trousers, a dress, with or without a blazer, you name it. I cannot be the only one asking myself these questions daily. Somehow, Mary always manage to find exactly that outfit that makes the day. I know she has a personal stylish assisting her, but over the years she has become more and more secure and independent in her style.

For the conference she had this year chosen a brand new dark orange/brown blouse and matched it with simple black trousers. Wish I could find trousers that suits me as well as those trousers suits Mary. Maybe my legs are just too short. I have still not been able to identify her new blouse, but take a look at it. Isn't it gorgeous? Love all the details. The puffed sleeves, the close neckline and the perfect sown front. Any ideas about where it is from? I need your help with this one.

She embraced the look by wearing golden earrings (and matching pendants) from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. A current favorite of hers. So is the Cartier bangle and the other golden bracelet from Dulong Fine Jewelry. I am sure you always have your own favorites.

A fullbody picture showed us that Mary also wore old goodies from Valentino. Black pointed pumps embellished with rivets. An iconic model. The picture also enlightened us whether or not she was wearing a belt. She was. A beautiful Etro belt.


Belt ● Etro, here

Earrings ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Pendant ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Shoes ● Valentino, here

"A decade of action - 10 years left"

9th September

Time for Crown Princess Mary to attend yet another international conference. It took place at Christiansborg in Copenhagen. She arrived to take part in "A Decade of Action - 10 Years Left" and give a speech on that behalf.

The conference was organized by the 2030-Network, which is the Danish Governments cross-policy networks for the UN World Goals, the Finance Committee's Parliamentary Working Group on the World Goals and the 2030 Panel. It was all about what actions to take to meet the UN's 17 World Goals by 2030. With that in mind, Crown Princess Mary gave a speech on how to achieve such goals with only ten years left.

She has been committed to the project right since the begning and now she showed her support once again. Among other things, the UN's 17 world goals work to ensure gender equality (something the Crown Princess also works for) and how to face climate changes. You can read more about all 17 goals right here.

No doubt that the Crown Princess Mary in a great mood, when she attended the conference. This is exactly what she made her titles purpose. In an Instagram post she enhanced a few highlights from the day at Christiansborg. Among other things, she wrote that it takes both innovative solutions, creativity and partnerships like we have never seen before, to achieve all 17 goals right in time. She was not the only one, who shared her statement at the conference. Crown Princess Mary also highlighted a few other keynote speakers, which caught her attention. Among others, Chairman of the 2030 Panel, Steen Hildebrandt and World Goals Ambassador, Signe Wulff Kelstrup impressed the Crown Princess. ⁣

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What is the right outfit to wear at a conference? Exactly what Mary wore. I have never attended a conference like this, but I would be inspired to copy her outfit any time if so. Even though it was quite simple and all reuse, I think she captured the essence of why they were all gathered with just one outfit.

She reused one of jer beloved jackets from Scanlan Theodore. I have seen it mentioned both as a jacket and a blouse. I get it why people are confused. The wrapped piece is more a blouse on Mary because she always wears it as a blouse, but the official name of this piece is "Crepe Knit Wrap Jacket". Scanlan Theodore's own name. Her conference-look makes it the fourth time we see it. The jacket goes back to 2016, when she attended the Women Deliver Conference in Copenhagen, here. She matched it was a simple pair of black (our navy blue) trousers. A really lovely combo.

For her outfit she had chosen golden Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen earrings. They come in two pieces her earrings - a stud and a pendant. Both decorated with small white diamonds. Stunning, right? The rather simple-looking necklace is a creation by Dulong Fine Jewelry. They make so many unique and custom-made jewellery, but this one is actually available online for you who cannot live without. Of course, you also noticed that rather large ring on her finger. So far, I still do not know where it is from. The ring features a large moonstone and quite a lot of diamonds.

To match the rest of her outfit, Mary was wearing her old navy blue Prada bag and same-colored pumps. I have a hard time identifying her shoes. They look similar to her suede ones from Pura Lopez, but I have not enough evidence to prove it. The shape also reminds me of Gianvito Rossi. What is your opinion?


Jacket ● Scanlan Theodore, here

Earrings ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Pendant ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Necklace ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bag ● Prada, here

The backpack project

8th September

Since 2008, the Mary Foundation have handed over more than 2,000 backpack to children, who live at shelters with their mother. The foundation is collaborative joined by LOKK (The National Organization of Women's Shelters) and Ole Kirk's Foundation for this project. LEGO also takes part in the project. Former LEGO employees pack the bags once a year - often with a helloing hand from the Crown Princess herself. The project has been introduced in both Denmark, Greenland and the Faro Islands - an has become a huge success. Each bag comes with gender- and age specific things. All the basic things these children often don't have, when they come to the shelters. Like school things, toothbrushes, a teddybear for the younger ones and a diary for the older ones.

A recent study, made for the Mary Foundation by Epinion, shows that 2/3 of all children arrive to shelters without any of their belongings. In a new video, the Crown Princess spoke about the ComfortPacks project on behalf of the Mary Foundation, Ole Kirk's Foundation and LOKK. Watch the video below or here shared with us by the Mary Foundation.

A couple of days before this new video was published, on September 6th, Crown Princess Mary attended Equitour Denmark in Aalborg, here.

For this new video Mary had chosen a simple yet classy outfit. She proves, once again, what amazing outfit to make with a white button-down shirt, a little color and some jewellery. Mary has many (many) white shirts similar to this one. Almost every designer have one or more in each their collection, which makes it so hard to find the exact one she is wearing. The same goes with this. If you have any idea where to find it, then let me know. She matched the classy white skirt with a brand new orange skirt. To me it looks a bit casual and maybe a maxi length. I will let you know, when I know more about it.

She embraced the outfit with a ponytail and natural makeup. I was surprise to see that she wore no necklace or earrings. It does not happen very often. But I do see some bracelets. Three of them are made by Dulong Fine Jewelry and the last golden one, is from Cartier. Her wonderful love bracelet.

Now, let the purpose speak for itself.


Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Flag Day 2020

5th September

For eleven years September the 5th has been the official day of honoring the Denmark's emissaries. The Flag Day is all about honoring the people who are or have been sent on a mission abroad by Denmark. It is also a day to recognize the professional efforts that our emissaries make in some of the world's most conflicted areas.

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary have both participated the Flag Day for mange years now. I think it is a wonderful way for them to show support to those we lost in combat; those who are right in the middle of war areas and for their families at home.

On Saturday, the Crown Prince Couple arrived to Kastellet in Copenhagen to honor those soldiers, who have died in war. The atmosphere was clearly affected by the reason why people were gathered. It even rained at the ceremony. Denmark's Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen held a speech capturing the essens of the meaning of why Flag Day is so important.

The couple also placed a wreath at the Monoment for Denmark's International Effort since 1948 located at Kastellet. Several other official institutions also paid their respect with a wreath. The Government, the police and Danish Veterans were amongst those who placed wreath's.

Later on, the Crown Prince Couple attended a service at Holmens Church.

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At the ceremony at Kastellet and later on at the service in Holmens Church Mary had chosen a lovely new blue dress and matched it with black and blue accessories. I know the day is all about something completely different and way more important, but I know you. You know who to separate things. You know what is important.

The beautiful new dress (what I first thought was a midi coat) is created by the Danish designer, Søren Le Schmidt. He is also the talented creator of Mary's New Year's Eve gown back in 2018, here, and her award-winning dress from 2019, here. I guess it was a proud designer, who shared a photo on Instagram of the Crown Princess wearing his dress. Think it has a certain 40s vibe. Actually, her entire look has a vintage feeling.

She embraced the style by wearing a black hat featuring a feather and a small veil. From my knowledge, it is an Susanne Juul hat. Mary has worn it quite a few times now. With and without the veil. Even without the little black feather made of felt. The other small feather-like-thing is newly added. To match the hat she wore suede pumps from Jimmy Choo. Those with a chunky heel. Fashionable as she is, Mary topped of her look with leather gloves and one of her old Carlend Copenhagen clutches. All in black. When attending the church service Mary changed to a pair of black pointed leather pumps from Gianvito Rossi.

At the ceremony, I see a couple of jewellery. The beautiful golden bracelet is from Dulong Fine Jewelry and the matching diamond ring is an Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen design. Both stunning pieces of jewellery. The diamond earrings, which also features a slightly larger yellow diamond, have never been identified. I tried but so far, I do not know who made them. 

The oval shaped aquamarine blue stone, surround by diamonds and white pearls, is her Connaught Sapphire brooch. Mary inherited it from her mother-in-law at the birth of her firstborn, Prince Christian. It belonged to Queen Margrethe's mother Queen Ingrid, who got it from her mother, Crown Princess Margareta. Apparently, it was given to her as a wedding gift.


Dress ● Søren Le Schmidt, here

Hat ● Susanne Juul

Brooch ● The Connaught Sapphire Brooch, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Clutch ● Carlend Copenhagen, here

Shoes ● Jimmy Choo, here

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

"The BLOX - Built Back Better Summit "

1st September

Another wonderful day. First the Crown Princess participated in a guided tour around the BLOX facilities. 

Then she attended the opening of "The BLOX - Built Back Better Summit". Here she was warmly welcomed by CEO of Realdania, Jesper Nygård and Chairman of the Board of Realdania, Michael Brockenhuss-Schack. Philanthropy Director, Nina Kovsted Hel joined the two of them and welcomed Crown Princess Mary at the house BLOX, where the conference took place.

BLOX that housed the event is a gathering-point for both architecture, urban life and sustainability in Copenhagen. "Built Back Better" was first launched in 2015 by the United Nations. It is a concept that focuses on the rebuilding process of cities after having bit struck by a catastrophe. Now the concept has come to Denmark - and is hopefully here to stay.

With Crown Princess Mary front raw CEO of the United Nations Global Compact, Sanda Ojiambo and CEO of WHO Europe, Dr Hans Kluge gave the introductory speeches and officially opened the conference. Among other things, their speech touched the topic about those who are especially struggling at the moment due to the global pandemic.

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And she strikes again! How is it possible for me to get impresses every single time Mary shows up at an event? After more than ten years following her every move, I still get overwhelmed by her sense of style - in more than one way. Really, what is not to like about this gorgeous outfit? We got something pink, something casual, something new and something old.

Her powder pink dress is brand new. Am I sure? - yes I am. The reason why you may think that we have seen this dress before is because Mary has the exact same dress in a bright red color. This one too is also from Marc by Marc Jacobs. Wish that dress was in my wardrobe. A stunning pieces I hope to see (soon) again. I always loved when she wore the other one and now I love it even more. Proves that good design can be replicated in several colors.

She embraced the style by wearing white and pink diamond earrings from Hartmann's. What better match, right? Once again, she wore plenty of smashing jewellery and I think we should take a look at them. Her love bracelet from Cartier was this time accompanied by three other golden bracelets. All from Dulong Fine Jewelry. A great way to wear more than just one bracelet. The black pearl ring is also a Dulong Fine Jewelry design.

And then she is back to wearing a clutch. This one is still unidentified and goes quite a few years back in time. I still do not know where to find it or even where to look. That is not the case with her shoes. They are from Gianvito Rossi.


Dress ● Marc by Marc Jacobs, here

Earrings ● Hartmann's, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

Launching a new partnership between...

 31st August

It was a great day, when Crown Princess Mary arrived to announce a new partnership between WWF World Wild Fund for Nature and a Danish company. That company is VELUX.

She made the announcement as newly president of the WWF World Wild Fund for Nature - a title that previously belonged to her late father-in-law, Prince Henrik. I guess it was with great pleasure she said yes to become their new president. The Crown Princess already attended one job earlier last month, when she released new thornback rays in Kattegatecentret in Grenaa, here.

As president, her job is to find ways to protect endangered species and help spread solutions that can ensure a better future for both nature and the planet.

This new partnership between WWF Wold Wild Fund for Nature and VELUX (a Danish window-making company) is all about the company's climate responsibility and how to inspire other companies (both national and international) to become "Lifelime Carbon Neutral". By 2041, VELUX will work to reduce their CO2 footprint and obtain materials from forest projects led by WWF Wold Wild Fund for Nature.

Crown Princess Mary was accompanied by, among others, Bo Øksnebjerg - the Secretary-General of WWF and CEO of VELUX, David Briggs.

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What a look. Mary really amazed me with her early Fall outfit. Always loved the colors worn during Fall and Winter. Burgundy, navy blue, darker green, purple, you name it. That is exactly what Mary had chosen to wear on August 31st, when she announced a new partnership between WWF World Wild Fund for Nature and VELUX.

She embraced that Fall-inspired look by wearing a brand new silk printed blouse from Erdem. Some new things are found within minutes and others takes days and years sometimes. This new Erdem blouse was easy for someone to find. I learned about the blouse from Kate and Heaven. A really lovely blouse with a wonderful print. I see both flowers, trees, birds and monkeys. Seems like she's in to exotic printed pieces these days. Mary matched her new pieces with a simple black pleated skirt, which I think we have seen before. All belted up with a reused leather belt from Max Mara.

Also her jewellery looked smashing and deserves an extra look. The rustic white pearl earrings are old too, but so far, I have not been able to identify where they are from. Any ideas? The other pearl-piece (her bracelet) is a unique creation made by Dulong Fine Jewelry similar to this, here. Two more bracelets are also from that same designer. Cartier for the last one. Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen is the master behind her small diamond studded ring. What piece of jewellery would you pick if you had the change? - I could take the Cartier bangle. Love it.

Mary rarely wears larger bags, but for this event she had chosen her old navy blue Prada bag with matching blue upholstery. Finding the model with red upholstery is no problem, but so far, I have not been able to track it down with that blue one.

A little surprisingly Mary wore bright suede purple pumps for this outfit. Usually, I do not like this shape of purple but it makes a great combo with the rest of her outfit. She wore them for the first time on a businesstrip to Italy in 2018, here. Her beautiful suede pumps are from Gianvito Rossi.


Blouse ● Erdem, here

Belt ● Max Mara

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Bag ● Prada, here

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

A last summer greeting

 31st August

We already got one summer greeting from the Crown Princes family from the time they stayed at Gråsten castle in Gråsten, here. Lovely photos that quickly spred across almost every country in the world. But now we got one more. Lucky us, right? But this year it was simply not enough. The family wanted to share one last summer greeting on the last day of summer.

The five new photos are of the Crown Princes Couple and their four children - Prince Christian, Princesses Isabella, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine. All having a good time. Enjoying summer in Denmark. 

It is photographer Franne Voigt, who captured these sweet moment of the Crown Prince family.

Mary looked absolutely great in her bright blue printed dress. I do not know if it is because it is from Hennes & Mautriz we like it so much, but nevertheless you seem to love it as much as I do. Wish it was still available. Maybe I have more luck the next time. I really like its beautifully sculpted sleeves and neckline. And the fabric is simply stunning, when it moved in the wind.

The brown belt she embraced her new blue dress with, is from Max Mara. I learned this from a good friend of mine, Kate. She often helps with with identifying Mary wardrobe. This new brown belt is for sure one we are going to see again. Often, I guess. Just look at the way it closes. What bright mind made this in his head? Love it!

Her golden jewellery are just as incredible as the rest of the outfit. The rather large golden earrings are a creation made with inspiration from Greece. They are from Dulong Fine Jewelry, such as several of her bracelets. Especially, the Dulong Fine Jewelry and Cartier bangles seems to be close favorites of hers. Mary often wears pieces over and over again for a long time, and then changes for something else. The sames goes with these two bracelets.

I hope you did not miss Mary's smashing new flat pointy ankle strap slippers? Never thought I would like such flats, but these are great. These I found at Anonymous Copenhagen. This is by no doubt my Mary is and always will be my style icon and inspiration. She always moves her boundaries, when it comes to trying out a new style of shoes, a new bold print or even a fancy color. Please, Mary keep it coming and never stop inspiring us with your fascinating and surprising style. 


Dress ● Hennes & Mauritz, here

Belt ● Max Mara

Earrings ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Shoes ● Anonymous Copenhagen, here