What a parade.
I loved Mathildes outfit, so beautiful and classy. She looked fantastic. The hair, the diamonds, the beautiful colour and the wonderful cut. Vavavoom. Well done.
Apart from that, I wasn't to thrilled by any other lady.
Laurentiens dress was ok, the upperpart looked a bit disconnected, and her hairstyle a la Stephanie de Monaco was not my cup of tea... (Her hubby however is a dish, a spitting image of his handsome father and oh so cute http://legacyeditorial.ge
...px?iid=76475223&cdi=0, although he tends to be a bit stuffy and very conservative, he must have a wild streak otherwise he would never have married such a crazy gal...
Letizia looked like she got her dress from littlegirlsdream.com and had it ordered a size too big.
Victoria looked sweet as always, eventhough I didn't like the neckline of her dress. (So she came solo? *:-|And Mr. Denmark came late
, Gosh if something truely comes out of those wild fantastic speculations,
Mabel wouldn't have looked half bad had she used a lipstick of a more ...friendly colour.
Aimee was kinda cute, her one sis-in-law looked like she reused an old bridal dress (which she in fact didn't since I remember the monstrosity of her bd) Anita should have worn something that would have allowed some well fitting underwear and Marilene boy just judging from the many layers of her top and her still looking soo terribly thin, she must prolly know Letizia from the "cucumber minus lettuce leaf a day" club.
Maxima, well great colour awful dress. I have never liked those boobflattener dresses and those frills and volants ain't doing any good. The collier was interesting but too costume jewellery for my taste...
And the most important:
Loved her space outfit. The colour was great, the flirting back was O la la.
Only drawback was the frills and volants at the bottom of the dress. Hommage a Maxima?, but distracted from the stiff theatre look. And her helmet was fantastic too.