Stylish European royals have been raiding their older generations’ closets in order to find statement pieces.
Yesterday, as she celebrated her confirmation with her family at Fredensborg Castle, Princess Isabella of Denmark, 15, wore a white blazer and jumpsuit previously worn by her mother Princess Mary, 50.
She is the latest of the very stylish European royals who have turned to the wardrobes of the older women in their families to find vintage pieces.
In January, as she turned 18, Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway donned a black number from Lanvin, which her mother Crown Princess Mette-Marit, 48, first wore in 2004 at the Nobel concert.
Elsewhere, also in January of this year, Queen Letizia of Spain, 49, turned heads when she wore a Valentino number her mother-in-law Queen…
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