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Princess Victoria looks sharp in £480 designer suit - all the details

The stylish princess turned heads while attending a meeting at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

Hanna Fillingham
US Managing Editor
15 May 2017
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Princess Victoria of Sweden is known for her impeccable style, and didn’t fail to disappoint when she stepped out to attend a meeting at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on Monday. The 39-year-old turned heads in an elegant off grey crepe trouser suit with ultra-feminine tailoring, retailing at £480. The on-trend ensemble, by J.Lindeberg, was teamed with a crisp white blouse, a statement clutch and court shoes. Victoria added a touch of colour to her sophisticated look by painting her nails a brazen red shade. Beauty-wise, Victoria wore her long glossy brown hair in a smart up-do, while her make-up was kept minimal, with a touch of black eyeliner drawing attention to her large brown eyes.

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Princess Victoria of Sweden looked ultra-stylish in a feminine trouser suit

Prince Daniel’s wife worked another suitably fashionable look while in Japan back in April. During the four-day official visit, Victoria mixed black and white tones to perfect an elegant ensemble, teaming a black blouse and straight leg trousers with a white belted wrap coat featuring flared sleeves and a pair of metallic silver pumps. The outfit made for the perfect photograph as she completed her royal duties in effortless style.

Victoria worked another stylish look while in Japan on a royal visit

The down-to-earth royal often mixes designer labels with popular high street brands. Last year, while stepping out for the Polar Music Prize with the rest of the Swedish royal family, Victoria stunned in a floor-length Ralph Lauren dress which she teamed with a shoulder necklace by high street favourite H&M's 2014 Conscious Exclusive Collection. She carried a metallic clutch by Malene Berger, and wore her hair swept back into her trademark bun.

Victoria mixed designer and high street pieces to create a head turning outfit at the Polar Music Prize awards

Victoria, who will one day be Queen of Sweden, recently opened up about to Svenskdam how her upbringing has prepared her for her future royal role. "I think my parents made it very good and educational," she said. "They started very often from their travels and their visits in order to speak about Sweden and also in order to speak about the weight to lead forward with Sweden, Swedish valuations, Swedish research and technology. In this way, it becomes, of course, a natural attitude to what the role of such means but also what you are able to assist with."


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