Danish Fashion Now! is now started…

You might remember the post I made a few weeks ago, about the exhibition ‘Danish Fashion Now’ who have ten of CP Mary’s dresses exhibited! Now you might remember what I’m talking about, if not take a look at it HERE. Yesterday the exhibition opened and to you who are as exitied as I am (!!!!) some few pictures has been published. Yeah. I really looked forward to see which  dresses she has borrowed them – now we know, almost:

1. A black and white By Malene Birger dress
2. Green Ilse Jacobsen dress
3. Light pink ruffel dress from Ole Yde
4. Burgundy Birgit Hallstein velvet dress
5. White dress made by Charlotte Lynggard with flower details
6. Pink David Andersen dress
7. The navy blue dress she wore a the BAMBI award by Jesper Høvring
8. A one-of-a-kind dress from Designers Remix
9. Missing
10. Missing

See pictures HERE and HERE.

… You like the dresses she has chosen? …

Day 1: A Visit To Japan

Thursday, March 26

From the 26th of March to the 28th of March will Crown Prince Frederik and his wife Crown Princess Mary visit Tokyo, Japan, be be a part of a Greenland promotion.

On the visit will Food Minister Dan Jørgensen, the Premier Kim Kielsen, Minister of hunting, fishing and farming Karl Kristian Kruse and a deligation from Greenland enterprises participate with the Crown Prince Couple.

P.M. 2:00 Seminar about fish and shallfishP.M. 2:50 Event about bullying n Kyu Asakurake Jutaku
P.M. 4:00 Seminar about the ArcticP.M. 6:30 Greenlandic Music EventP.M. 7:45 Dinner

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- Real-myroyals.blogspot.com
- Frederiketmary.centerblog.net 1
- Princessesblog76.blogspot.com

The first outfit she wore:

If someone told me I had to go to Japan for three days with ministers and a 1000 photographers from around the world, I first of all would be scare but second I would not know what to wear at all. The japanies cultur is a bit differnent then in Danmark (nothing bad about that!!). Everything is just moving so fast in these contries such as the fashion. So what do you choose to wear? Well, what Mary did was wearing a outfit very clean and with simple accessories. Then you’re never wrong.
It’s the second time we see her in the double breasted Stella McCartney jacket with the pink snake (?) pattern. With the black pants she showed  little winter and spring colors which I like. Sometimes it’s hard to chose whether you must wear only dark or bright colors – so why not mix them. Even though she did not envent something new, it works. To match the bright jacket she carried a beige, suede BOSS Hugo Boss clutch.

I was so sure she was wearing her beige/black ballet flats from Chanel but according to Royalista they comes from Prada. We thank them! She also wore her nude Christian Louboutin Simple Pump 100mm. What made this look more feminine was the shint diamond accessories. The small earrings and the ring on her right hand.

Stella McCartney If you know more about the jacket, please write an mail to me. In some way I have no information about it…

BOSS Hugo Boss Soada A beige clutch bag, design very simple with a removable strap. Features a button as closure. Made of suede.

Prada Pink Saffiano Cap Toe Ballet Flats €388
This could be the one she is wearing, just in another color. Let me know what you think or maybe you already found the right model..?

The second outfit she wore:
Later the same day she changed to an really beautiful and feminine outfit. With the help from Lurdes (Treasures & Tiaras) I can tell that her nude sky blue lace dress with long sleeves, is from Dolce & Gabbana. Because the lack of pictures I don’t know was she wore on her feet or as jewelry. Maybe we get some more pictures tomorrow. I’m one of those girls who adore lace and pastel colors! For me this was the absolutely perfect outfit.

Dolce & Gabbana Sky blue lace dress with long sleeves
The wonderful dress is from D&G’s Autumn/Winter 2014 collection.
I look forward to see the next days and what she will be wearing. Hope you are ready as well!

Our CP Mary Obsession #2

It is so amazing that so many of you want to participate in this. Sometimes I wonder if some people are afraid of telling others about their royal passion? For me it comes very natural or now I’m might be lying a bit because before I got the job at Royalista, only a few people actually knew I had a blog. But all knew that I love the Royals and follow them. I’m so thrilled that some of you don’t care and love to be a little royal, just like our next obsession post and this time we hear from a woman who comes from Mary’s homeland, the amazing Australia: say hallo and welcome to May! Are you as excited as I am to hear her story? Well here it comes.

In the first place, why did you choose to follow Crown Princess Mary the feature Queen of the little country Denmark? This is the first question May answered with these words:

“I'm Australian, so, it's the fairy tale that has captured my heart, interest and fascination. I enjoy following her fashion choices and I’m interested in how she handles her various roles as a woman, wife, mother, sister, daughter and future Queen”

For me one of the most interessting things is to know more about your Mary-addiction/hobby/obession so May tell me about it. How did it start?

“It all started with magazines and newspapers. Then the mandatory daily visits to my favourite royal websites for up to date reports on her movements etc. It has also led me to follow other royal couples around the world.” She also tells that: “I have travelled to many countries in Europe and always visit the palaces, where I can. I am interested in the history and royal stories over the past centuries. A really cool thing May has done is to visit several countries to see her facination in real life: “Over the years, I have been fortunate to visit London during Kate and Wills's wedding, then again during the birth of Prince George. I was in Stockholm last year for the King's birthday and was at the palace during the celebrations. In Copenhagen last year, I consulted the royal calendar and went to a function that Crown Princess Mary was attending to see her 'live'!”

When she went to Copenhagen to see Mary and the way she describes her is like in a Hollywood movie: “When she stepped out of the car, it was wow! She has such star quality, beauty and charisma.”

All good stories has a beginning and really wanted to know why has this become an addiction ot her? The answer she gave, which you of course can read below, is something I myself recognize. Maybe we both are a little crazy or just use too much time on the Royals…?

“It has become a daily habit and I feel like I know them personally!  It is also a matter of pride that my family and friends (although they tease me about it), consider me to be the 'expert' on royal matters.” I asked her what her loved once think of her interest in the Royals and the little obsession. I love the answer she gave: “They have a wry smile but they indulge in my obsession!”

So what is the next thing you plan to do with your Mary-addiction/hobby/obsession?

“I plan to visit Copenhagen again and see more royal sites and hopefully see the Royal family in person, would love to see Christian, Isabella and the twins. They are so cute!”

I must say that May is ambitious, even though I do not know her in person, but she wants to learn Danish. One of the most difficult language to learn because as she says: “It is frustrating watching Billed Bladet’s videos but not understanding what they say and it would be good to read the books and magazines without translation packages.” May, trust me you are not the only one out there who wants to do that. I feel a little lucky I do not need to learn it!

The last thing she writes is: “Of course, I would love to have a piece of fashion item that Mary has...maybe a Prada bag!” I hope you will be the owner of such a bag!

… the end …

Now It Can Be Yours!

About a year ago I got in contact with this amazing woman and she is as crazy as I am with Crown Princess Mary’s clothes! For so long I have admired her huge collection, she owns much more then I do. Shortly after we got to know each other she showed me pictures as all her clothes and huge archive of pictures of Mary’s fashion. Maybe you’ll not believe it but in that archive I found so many things I had never been before. This increatable woman is called Diana.

Now Diana has decided to sell out of her wardrobe and I have made a deal with her that I’m alowed to give you the chance to buy these pieces!! Isn’t that great?! I would buy all of it, if it was in my size… Note that the clothes of course are pre-owned but in very good condition, there is only ONE of each (so you have to be quick if you want some of it) and a last thing you have to contact her all the time but questions about measurements and shipping need to be before the 28th March or after the 12th April because of her vacation.

Note that the clothes comes from a pet- and smoke free home. It’s a private sale and there is no guarantee/warranty or return/exchange.

I hope some of you will be the lucky owner of her clothes and give it a good home! You can contact her with all your questions at: diana.janicki@gmx.de
- Styleofmary

Dress from Hugo Boss, Size DE 36. Made of 70% cotton, 30% silk
Price: EURO 100 (plus shipping/tracking)

Cardigan from By Malene Birger, Size M
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Blouse from Hugo Boss, Size DE 36. Made of 100% silk
Price: EURO 100 (plus shipping/tracking)

Dress from SAND, Size DE 36
Price: EURO 100 (plus shipping/tracking)

Dress from Designers Remix Collection, Size DE 36
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Dress from Baum und Pferdgarten, Size DE 36. Made of 100% silk
Price: EURO 100 (plus shipping/tracking)

Blouse from By Malene Birger, Size DE 36
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Pants from DAY Birger Et Mikkelsen, Size DE 36. Made of 50% cotton.
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Sweater from Unkown designer, Size S/M
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Cardigan from Alberta Ferretti, Size De 38 IT 42. Made of 29% virgin wool, 8% cashmere, 8% angora, 100% silk
Price: EURO 150 (plus shipping/tracking)

Blouse from Rützou, Size DE 34/36. Made of 100% silk
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Jacket from Heartmade, Size DE 36. Made of 90% virgin wool
Price: EURO 100 (plus shipping/tracking)

Jacket from By Malene Birger, Size 36. Made of 55% wool
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Jakcet from Baum und Pferdgarten, Size DE 34/36. Made of 49% virgin wool, 5% silk, 100% silk
Price: EURO 100 (plus shipping/tracking)

Jacket from Heartmade, Size DE 36. Made of 33% cotton, 16% linen
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Jacket from Heartmade, Size DE 34/36
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Jacket from Australian Country Road, Size S. Made of 100% linen
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Jacket from Heartmade, Size DE 34/36
Price: EURO 75 (plus shipping/tracking)

Blouse from Hug Boss, Size DE 34. Made of 96% Silk
Price: EURO 100 (plus shipping/tracking)

A ‘Royal’ Ball with the navy

Saturday, March 14

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary attended the cadet ball at the Naval Academy, Copenhagen.

Don’t get confussed, I know the date is not quite right because this event was last week. At that moment no pictures were published, which made me wonder: why?! I hate when we know that they are going to something, especially a ball, and there are absolutely no pictures to find anywhere. So annoying. Well a week after a few pictures has now been published and therefor you get the post now.

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What a great thing to see her wear old gowns again! According to Billed Bladet is the dress from Heartmade by Julie Fagerholt. The huge earrings in her ears has to be the ‘Winter Frost’ from Ole Lynggaard with a large stone pendant and she may also be wearing the breacelet from the same collection. I have to say, I do not like the shawl over her shoulder it do not match the dress at all. It just looks… wrong.

Thanks to all of you who have tried to help me with the question: when did Mary first wore the dress? I was so sure she first wore the dress back in 2005-2007 I was wrong. With the help from the blog Mary From the Start (you have to take a look at her amazing blog!!) and the help from another sweet reader were so kind to tell me that she wore the brown dress in March 2008 at an event in Sølyst, Klampenborg And Australian arrangement. The second time is few years ago, 2010, when Prince Charles and Camilla visited Denmark.

What I like is the natural and elegant make up and her hair style is so feminine and romantic.

I swear to Essie or Chanel when it comes to nail polish. Their color are so bright and they last for a long time. I really like the color on Mary’s nails, she has been wearing burgundy nail polish more then once and actually it’s often the color she uses. My on little collection only contains all shades of red including this and this.