Fashion conscious Mary: Print-princess
Crown Princess Mary has its finger on the pulse when it comes to fashionable trends.
Throughout 2016, it has been extremely popular for women to wear the multitude of attractive and colorful prints.
Denmark-dressed Princess Mary has been one of those who has taken the fashion trend for themselves, and countless times she has during the year been eye-catcher on the red carpet in beautiful creations with a variety of print.
In early April, the Royal Family visit of the president of Mexico, which was well received by a well-dressed Princess Mary. Mary had chosen a skirt from Ganni by a great print, a small bag from Bottega Veneta and shoes from Gianvito Rossi.
In late October, the royal couple in Boston in the US to take part in many official events. For a gala dinner met Princess Mary up in a beautiful long dress with a train of labeled Julie Fagerholt. In the ears bar Mary beautiful earrings of brand Annikat.
As Princess Mary during the summer to open a photo exhibition at Frederiksborg Castle in the city, she had found a nice, floral dress by the brand Dolce & Gabbana forward. As accessories for her summer straight sets had chosen Crown Princess shoes from the exclusive brand Christian Louboutin and a small bag from Naledi Copenhagen.
When Mary at the end of April visited the African country Burkina Faso, she was wearing a long dress with an African inspired print of the Danish brand Julie Fagerholt. The dress had Crown Princess styled with a narrow belt, fine featured her beautiful waist.
Also since Mary in September inaugurated a new school in Aabybro, she looked in his closet for some clothes with print. The choice landed on a waisted skirt of the brand Andiata that the Crown Princess had styled with a simple white blouse and high-heeled shoe from Gianvito Rossi.
the Crown Princess was wearing a large feathered hat by Susanne Juul, when she in May visited the Swedish royal family. To match the eye-catching headgear had Mary chosen a white dress with black print by designer Max Mara and black shoes of the brand Gianvito Rossi.