02 February 2023
Since 2005, Crown Princess Mary has worked as patron of the Children's Aid Day. This is also why she was attending the presentation of the Children's Aid Award and the Lillebror Prize.
The Children's Aid Award are given in honour of a person who has made an extra effort in helping one of more children in fostercare. This person was Leon Holm Krag. On the other hand, the Lillebror Prize is all about honouring a child who is in fostercare or has been. This years winner was Maja Herholdt.
Crown Princess Mary presented and handed over the two awards in the halls of National Museum of Denmark.
Mary was beautifully dressed at the presentation at National Museum of Denmark. She had chosen one of my favourite Britt Sisseck blouse. Just look at that colour. We truly underestimate orange in our wardrobe. It was with such grace she wore the blouse with a pair of simple black trousers. At the arrival, Mary was wearing an old JOSEPH cape featuring a wonderful little detail. Black leather patches on each shoulder. I love how she wore the wrap from the blouse as a belt. It is all about the little details.
I still, need to identify her nav blue suede boots. She has worn them before, but I was never able to identify them. Nevertheless, I adore how they matched the fine leather clutch from Quidam. If they were a great match with the rest of her outfit, I do not know. What do you think? Go or no go?
Looks like we will be seeing Mary with glasses in the future. She has been wearing those Gucci glasses on every attended event lately. But we do not mind, right?
When admiring her glasses, you will also notice the magnificent golden earrings crafted by Dulong Fine Jewelry. I see a golden ring as well but I need something more to identify it.
Crown Princess Mary and Maja Herholdt (winner of the Lillebror Prize) and Leon Holm Krag (winner of the Children's Aid Award)
SHOP THE LOOK
Cape ● JOSEPH, here
Blouse ● Britt Sisseck, here
Glasses ● Gucci, here
Earrings ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here
Clutch ● Quidam, here