Victoria from Sweden proved that it is possible to create different styles based on an identical piece. This happened this Monday, the 24th, when the Crown Princess appeared in the Skanska Gruvan pavilion, in Stockholm, for the annual meeting of the Nordic Museum and Skansen & Friends. For the occasion, Victoria came up with a dress that she had already worn for three years for her niece’s christening Adrienne.
The dress in question is midi, with frills at the hem, loop on the chest, wide sleeves and has a flower pattern with vibrant colors, in shades of green, purple and roasted yellow. It is a creation of Tine Mollatt for the byTimo brand and is currently sold out.
This week, the princess wore the garment in a more modern and city style, adding a wide white lapel coat that the Totême brand presented in February 2020, high heels and clutch brunette. Her hair up and discreet jewelry completed the look.
On June 8, 2018, Victoria appeared at the christening of Adrienne, in the chapel of the Dorttningholm Palace for the first time with this piece. Completed the look with more formal pieces, such as a headband, high-heeled shoes and clutch whites.