Friday, 4 March 2016

The Royal Wardrobe: pastel perfection

Amidst the royal baby excitement, there were other things to get happy about. And among them were five fabulous outfits in pale and pastel shades that reminded everyone that spring is about to hit the Royal Wardrobe. From peachy pink to baby blue, this week was all about soft shades taking over from the dark hues of winter. Here is this week's Royal Wardrobe.

Well, this week has been all about Sweden. So it's no surprise that the star look came from Sofia who arrived at the Te Deum for her new nephew, Prince Oscar, in a dream of a dress in palest blue. The delicate lace embellishment on the hem and forming a mini Empire line was lovely and then some and helped make this a look to remember.

Queen Mathilde of the Belgians chose this pretty pink dress for a visit to a military hospital and went straight to the top of the style stakes. It's delicate, it's dreamy. it's a total delight and it's a real reminder that spring really is just around the corner. And that's before we even begin to think about just how fabulous those gold accessories are.

Princess Marie of Denmark visited the Faroe Islands this week and wore a mushroom coloured coat that we need to see a lot more often. It was soft and structured, classic and classy and looked just perfect for the occasion. 

Is grey really a pastel shade? Let's say yes so we can see this coat chosen by Queen Letizia at the end of the week one more time. It's loose, it's light, it's on trend and then some. It might not be pure pastel but it is pure style.

Crown Princess Mary also hit the right light note this week in a dream of a cream coat worn during her trip to Qatar. From the edging to the texture to the colour, this is a great look that hopefully will make more appearances as the weather gets warmer and the days get longer. The Royal Wardrobe has a spring in its step this week.

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