Worn in Week (Month): Princess Madeleine's Best May Looks

I've been meaning to do this post for a while now, but got caught up with cool stuff that I'll be telling you about soon!

So as Madeleine's wedding is only FOUR days away, let's take a look at her best outfits from her last month as an unmarried girl, we'll take them from the most casual to the most dressy!


Strolling in New York, the princess show cases two summer trends; the oversized coat and the ballerinas, I like that the flats match the iPhone cover although I'm not a fan of leopard. Not keen on the ripped jeans or the cigarette (but I understand that it's a personal choice ..etc).



Visiting Castle Clinton National Monument in New York with The King, The Queen and Chris. Madeleine wore a Burberry coat and a blouse in the same colour, cropped pants and Jimmy Choo degradé pumps, the same model we saw on Lalla Salma. Meanwhile, I remember seeing this clutch before somewhere, but can't seem to remember the brand!




Posing for some pre-wedding portraits in Sweden. AWESOME! I just wish Chris would smile once, just once, but you know, he seems not to be so comfortable taken out of his shell. On a brighter note: Mads has been looking her happiest these days. Another bright note? This dress is so beautiful, whoever made it did a great job with the lace and the pastel colour. Mads also wore her Diamond Bow Brooch on her waist.



Attending the publishing of their marriage banns at the Royal Chapel and attending a reception afterwards where they received gifts. Wearing a Pär Engsheden dress in mint blue, for those who don't know, Pär Engsheden was the designer behind Crown Princess Victoria's amazing wedding gown, so for me this dress after it, but I really like the colour and the hair and makeup are impeccable that I'll forget about the creased dress.



Attending the celebration of the 375th anniversary of the establishment of New Sweden with the King and Queen. For the occasion Mads chose a red/fuchsia Notte by Marchesa gown and a matching shawl, The Princess Paired the gown with Jimmy Choo heels and Marchesa crystal encrusted clutch.


The dress was available on boutique1.com for $1,056 (after sale) but is now sold out. The dress is described as:
Marchesa Notte's Bateau Lace Crepe Gown romantically teams delicate lace and sumptuous satin, it is finished with a ruffled peplum edge and a satin bow-embellished waistband. Go for a vintage glamour look with this statement-making piece.

May I say that I love Madeleine for choosing to ditch the bow on the waistband? I also love the contrasting colours in the shawl with keeps the whole look youthful, Great hairdo, too.



What do you think of Madeleine's looks last month? And which is your favorite?

We'll have a post about the wedding information and what to expect in a few hours (hopefully), so come back soon!


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Photos: Newmyroyal, Boutique1.com, PurePeople

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