Princess Mathilde’s Outfits on US Tour
Dresses, dresses and more dresses for Princess Mathilde of Belgium on her economic mission to the United States with husband, Prince Philippe. On the day 1 of the visit, Princess Mathilde was spotted in a dress which was half printed matched with orange accessories see here which actually really brightened and added to the outfit.
On day 2, Princess Mathilde’s first outfit that looked like a skirt and top see here was pretty dull for her and the top part somehow just did not match the skirt part. Mathilde’s second outfit was a lovely floral printed dress, which is quite the piece to be wearing for a summer evening reception see here.
For a breakfast event on day 3, Princess Mathilde looked radiant in a Diane Von Furstenburg purple dress which was matched with a creamy jacket and bag see here and without the jacket. For the reception Mathilde wore a striking bright lime green/yellow dress see here, I must say it was not such a bad color, the brightness is great for the season but Mathilde’s overall didn’t work for this look as her hair style was a bit too old, and her make up was too red.
The Belgian Crown Princess was dressed very summery on the day 4 outing in a lovely Issa blue dress matched with super high heels see here.
On day 5 of the visit, Princess Mathilde wore a peach coat with a very weird headpiece see here, the coat was featured on the designer Natan runway. The Crown Princess choose a red printed sleeveless dress for the day 6 event see here which was also featured on the Natan runway. The red dress was lacking a nice belt, it could’ve done with a shorter hem length for it to look younger.
Later that evening on day 6, Belgium’s Princess attended a reception at the Belgian Ambassador’s residence, in Washington D.C in a great shade of red cocktail dress with a few straps but unfortunately the horizontal stripes did not to her figure full view and close up.
One could say that the Crown Princess’ choice was not too exciting on the visit, while others quite like the outfits worn. Overall, the choices were somehow dull and ill-flattering but quite Mathilde’s style, if you look back at many of her outfits. The outfits that the Belgian Crown Princess did look good in were looks that were not by designer Natan. The nice thing is that a few looks were matched up with bright accessories. Princess Mathilde could do with a new hair style which would make her look younger and won’t give the idea that her daytime hairstyle is also an evening style which we have seen on this trip.Filed under Belgium
Tagged Economic Mission, Fashion, Natan, Queen Mathilde of the Belgians, United States of America.