Ok, I'll give credit where credit is due. She actually looks pretty in this picture. The fit of the top isn't great and the skirt is fugly but from the shoulders up the old girl looks pretty good. Its amazing what pulling her hair off her face and adding a bit of volume will do, she looks her age instead of 10 to 15 years older. Its time for her to get a haircut because the long Kate hair isn't doing any favors.
I agree that Mary looks great above the waist here, Snow Queen.
I really love the top and the hair.
Pairing the top with a skirt that competes in activity and colour with the gleam of the top is, to me, a huge fail
though. I'd have preferred the top with a skirt of the same fabric or with a skirt in a plain darker matte colour.
Could the dark red clutch be borrowed from Marie? It's very like the one that Marie had at the twins' Christening.
Tanja's top was tops.
I listened to Mary's speech and I thought that she spoke very clearly, apart from stupidly using the same vocabulary at bit too much. I had no problem with her accent. What she had to say was important; the topic of the Fashion Industry Summit is a really pertinent one.
I liked hearing the male co-presenter. He was the easiest to listen to.
The female co-presenter, I could not understand as well
, though I adored her outfit. I don't know why she spoke on the very same topic right before Mary was introduced. Mary had obviously also been asked to speak about the main focus of the Fashion Summit.??
Some very useful and worthwhile discussion might come out of this Fashion Summit. It sounds interesting.
I wonder who are the members of the Nordic Fashion Association. Mary spoke as if they were partners in holding the Summit. Could they be Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland or would they be certain fashion houses or textile manufacturers from the Nordic region??