Princess Mary's Headpiece Isn't Your Average Tiara — but You'll Love It Anyway
The Swedish royal family spent this past weekend celebrating King Carl XVI Gustaf's 70th birthday, and they wore very festive outfits. But for the most formal event of all, a banquet at the Royal Palace, it was Crown Princess Mary of Denmark who invited the spotlight. Mary stunned in a floral cap-sleeve gown by Copenhagen designer YDE. Featuring a peplum frill and a yellow color scheme, it was complemented by a satin Saint Laurent clutch, Gianvito Rossi heels, a brooch of honor, and Charlotte Lynggaard jewels, including rings and drop earrings.
But the chicest addition of all was Mary's leaf-like Ole Lynggard headpiece, which was a casual twist to her look — one might have expected her to dazzle in a tiara. But of course, it's just like Princess Mary to surprise us, especially when it comes to fashion. Read on to see her glow from all angles in such a Spring-appropriate party dress, then shop for a similar number to add to your wardrobe — but ditch the crown at your own risk.