#MetroStyleWatch: How To Dress Like Royalty By Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark Herself
Take it from the marketing executive turned Her Royal Highness on how she aces her elevated casuals and formal wear.
Fashion remains expressive through and through but for each royal family, a dress code is made to abide by. Although this might mean the end of freedom for some fashion connoisseurs, Australian-born marketing-executive-turned-Crown-Princess of Denmark, Mary Elizabeth thinks otherwise.
Princess Mary’s sense of style is easily head-to-toe elegance. Her ensembles might not always have encrusted diamonds, but this Crown Princess remains refined and graceful even with plain trousers on. She styles these everyday pieces with a keen eye on detail and color play. See why we fell in love with Princess Mary’s style and learn from the stylish princess on how to ace sophisticated power dressing.
A Now-Coveted Coat
Dressed for the occasion, Princess Mary attends a fashion cause in a show-stopping coat. The coat features a unique sleeve length and beaded circles. The princess leads an eye for timeless designs, modern silhouettes, and styling in this ensemble.
Royalty In Prep
Princess Mary takes it back to the basics with her white button-down layered with a black crew neck sweater. She tucks in her top in a grey mid-length pencil skirt, making use of the skirts complimenting shape and respectable length. She ties her hair in an equestrienne ponytail for that presentable yet chic look. Every girl boss knows how to boost this plain color trio with confidence.
In Full Bloom
On the brighter side of things, the princess can also skillfully put up monochrome ensembles for herself. She pairs this cowl neck aubergine blouse with a matching purple blazer. She then decides not to go purple-on-purple and pairs her top with blue tone trousers. Who says clutches are solely for evening wear? See how Princess Mary pairs this daytime ensemble with a purple clutch.
Earth To Mary
Down-to-earth, ethical, and fashion-forward-all the key attributes that make a future queen! We’re loving this neutral look on the princess. She looks approachable more than ever in this smiling candid of hers. She champions a detailed white turtleneck under her beige cape. Her mid-length skirt flares perfectly down her nude shoes. Fashion Tip: The perfect nude heels is such a closet staple and this shoe can give you favors from daytime to nighttime dressing.
Florals Are A Girl’s Best Friend
There is a floral print for every occasion and in this case, Princess Mary blooms in a blue paisley floral dress. The dress fashions a collared neckline and a dainty short sleeve. The thin cerulean blue belt gives the princess the right cinch. We’ll be all smiles too if we were holding hands with beau!
Yes Glow Queen!
You can say that again! Princess Mary in this muted grey blouse and trousers looks pure divine. We’re praising our style icon on how she champions that glow even in a simple outfit. Fashion Tip on holiday dressing: Shy away from the usual red and green pieces this season and opt for clothes with the right kind of sheen based from your personality. Go sheer or bold and transition your looks from day to night.
Belle Of The Ball
You may think you’ve seen it all, from Her Royal Highness' elevated casuals to her prim-and-proper ensembles for different causes, but we made sure to include one of her formal wear. Princess Mary graces the Tokyo Imperial Palace with her husband, Prince Fredrik of Denmark. She wears a mauve off the shoulder gown with sleeves that extends down to a shimmering cape. This formal ensemble wouldn’t be complete without her tiara and royal sash.