A parade of honor

04 April

May 4th has a very significant and important meaning to Denmark. On May 4, Denmark celebrates the liberation after World War II in 1945. Every year this specific day is celebrated across Denmark in different ways. Common for all of them are the candles placed in every window.

Crown Princess Mary celebrated the liberation with the a 4th of May parade at Kastellet in Copenhagen. The parade was arranged by the Danish Home Guard. The Crown Princess has been first lieutenant since 2015 in the Danish Home Guard.

The Crown Princess honored fallen soldiers, those lost in war and their families with a wreath. 

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Simple is not always a bad thing. Mary proved this with absolut perfection. At the 4th of May parade at Kastellet in Copenhagen, she showed up in a reused Søren Le Schmidt dress. The details of this dress are so exquisite and elegant. A dress like this is everything you need to call Søren Le Schmidt a very talented designer and tailor.

Mary embraced the look with diamond earrings. White diamonds surround a larger bright yellow diamond. I have never been able to identify these earrings, but maybe one day I will. The same goes with her huge golden ring. This masterpiece is still a mystery to me. Do you know anything about the earrings are the ring?

She also accessorized her outfit with dark blue leather gloves and matching pointed Jimmy Choo pumps. Once again, she impressed me with her choice of hairstyle. Looks so good. The ponytail is casual, but super chic! That bright coral nail polish is a brilliant match next to the dusty blue dress.


Dress ● Søren Le Schmidthere

Shoes ● Jimmy Choo, here

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