While Princess Mary is wearing her favorite dress inspired by the 1960s for the SIXTH time, you can get one here
The ultimate piece of clothing: while Princess Mary wears her favorite sixties inspired dress for the SIXTH time – you can get one here too
- Princess Mary has worn her favorite Prada dress for the sixth time
- The crown princess has worn the dress in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and now, 2020
- The 48-year-old mother was guest of honor at research prizes in Copenhagen
- There are plenty of alternative budget dresses that you can get
Princess Mary has long been praised for wearing old items in her wardrobe again, and this week was no exception – when she turned to her favorite 1960s-inspired Prada dress.
The 48-year-old mother and royal woman already wore the stylish collar dress in 2015, when she visited the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Since then she has worn it five more times – including in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and this week.
Princess Mary has long been praised for wearing items in her wardrobe again, and this week was no exception – when she turned to her favorite Prada dress (pictured this week)
On Thursday, Princess Mary attended the Ministry of Education and Research EliteForsk Prizes in Copenhagen – where she was the guest of honor (pictured this week)
The 48-year-old mother and royal woman already wore the stylish collar dress in 2015, when she visited the International Criminal Court in The Hague (photo in 2015)
On Thursday, Princess Mary attended the Ministry of Education and Research’s EliteForsk awards in Copenhagen – where she wore a dress with a gray coat, nude stilettos, and a resilient blow-dryer.
The gray coat is another favorite item from Princess Mary and comes from Joseph.
The 48-year-old looked every inch as youthful as five years ago when she first wore the designer item – and this combined with stud earrings and a slightly shorter hairstyle.
Crown Princess Mary was guest of honor at the Ministry of Education and Research’s EliteForsk Prizes, which were awarded to leading researchers in their field with the aim of raising awareness about their work.
The dress is also worn in 2016 (left) and 2017 (right)
The dress has a flattering cut, black belt and a stylish Peter Pan collar (shown in 2018 at the Council of Europe in France)
While the Danish queen’s dress would save you thousands of dollars, there are plenty of similar styles on the market with a Peter Pan collar and a tweed-inspired front.
You can find one elsewhere ASOS shift dress with a collar for $ 51.50 and others on sites such as Etsy.
A comparable Shein dress costs just $ 24.95 (left), while another sleeve option on The Iconic is currently on sale for $ 53 (right)
There are also countless Princess Mary-inspired dresses on etsy (photo)
Princess Mary has often been voted the world’s most stylish royal by Hello! magazine – defeating tough competition from Kate Middleton and Queen Letizia of Spain, among others.
She has also made a name for wearing and re-wearing classic items in her wardrobe, often called the ‘Princess of thrift’.
Recently, Princess Mary and Prince Frederik have divided their time between Denmark and Switzerland because they balance parenthood with their royal duties.