Princess Mary has is giving Kate Middleton a run for the best on-tour wardrobe stakes, having just completed a six day trip to South Korea with husband Frederick. We discovered upon further inspection that Mary's international trip was just the tip of the stylish iceberg — with the whole of May being choc-o-bloc filled with flawless ensembles. The Crown Princess of Denmark gave day after day of ladylike looks; mixing so-hot-right-now trends (peplums! pastels!) with classic Princess-appropriate essentials (nude pumps and prim pencil skirts featured heavily). Step inside to see Mary's best-dressed month of May!
We've been keeping tabs on what Princess Mary has been wearing since she landed in Australia, hubby Prince Frederik and the twins in tow, and we couldn't be prouder of our home-grown royal. We knew that Mary has a liking for keeping things simple, but elegant — and she's shown more of her relaxed but effortless style during a number of outings in Sydney. From simple sundresses teamed with her trusty coloured flats to her elegant accessories (she's loyal to Georg Jensen), to her chic all-white suit, to yesterday's flirty floral blouse, there hasn't been a look that didn't get our thumbs up. The Danish duo are still in Melbourne, where they will attend the Starry Starry Night charity ball on Saturday night. For your style-stalking pleasure we've rounded-up HRH's on-tour style (so far).
Princess Mary took to the dance floor with her dashing hubby Prince Frederick in New York City over the weekend, tearing it up for the American-Scandinavian Foundation's 100th anniversary at the Centennial Ball. Our Mary has shown some stellar black-tie form of late, and Friday night was no exception with HRH showing off her slender figure in a slinky metallic, long sleeved number that was equal parts sexy to sophisticated. Her Prince twirled her around the D.F, meaning that we got a good look at Mary's glam gown from every angle. Want to take a peek?
Princess Mary was in attendance at the royal Monaco wedding over the weekend and, like Charlotte Casiraghi, she did an outfit switcheroo. Mary changed from a church-appropriate day dress and fascinator combo, to glamorous one-shouldered fuchsia gown (which she topped off with some serious royal bling!) for the evening's reception. Mary is clearly a fan of the solid block coloured dress, and both the teal and pink numbers exude the kind of modern elegance we've come to expect from the Crown Princess of Denmark. That said, we've still got to pick a fave! So... do you heart her knee-length number, or does Mary's hot pink gown get your vote?
Upon hearing news of the birth of Princess Mary's twins, we've celebrated the only way we know how — with a style stalk! HRH has shown some serious style during her pregnancy, and we're sure it will continue now that she's a mother of four. As if appearing in German Vogue isn't enough, Mary's maternity wardrobe of jumpsuits, chic shifts, statement coat dresses, boho maxis and sleek one shouldered LBDs demonstrated that you can retain your style whilst expecting. To illustrate our point, we've taken a look back at our home grown royal's style evolution from casual Sydney-sider, to Princess perfect, to maternity wear master. Click on through to see new mum Mary at her best.