Yes, they are here to stay folks. We are talking wide legged trousers, or flappies, if you’re being a true Baguette.
Crown Princess Mary visited Jonstruplejren in Ballerup. The Danish Home Guard and the Danish Emergency Management Agency run Covid 19 operations from the camp, including phone banks and contact tracing. Mary showed up in her navy blues, from the coat to the Chloe jumper to the flappies. I love this whole thing – and it’s a lot of flap to love.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit paid a visit to an artist community, Aurora Verksted (Workshop), in Bærum. The workshop is home to a community of artists who work in various mediums. The group supports members from all walks of life, including those who are differently-abled. We don’t have any intel on Mette-Marit’s clothing designers, but I do think she wears the Annie Hall look well.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia celebrated Mother’s Day with Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía at the Royal Theater. They took in “Peter Grimes”, an opera by Benjamin Britten. Leonor is wearing a Hugo Boss dress, which is terrific, but for purposes of this post we are gazing upon stylish little sister Sofia in her cropped flappies. Oh and mom too. It seems to be a style favored by the Spanish royals lately.
Crown Princess Victoria spoke at the Nobel Prize Summit: Our Planet, Our Future, at Stockholm University, at Aula Magna. She’s wearing a blazer and flappies by Andiata. It’s her color for sure, and I think it might also be her silhouette.
On Tuesday evening, Crown Princess Victoria participated in a conversation with the Nobel Prize Summit: Our Planet, Our Future, at Stockholm University, at Aula Magna. The Crown Princess gave a speech and participated in the program which was broadcast live on the internet. pic.twitter.com/bINq2ibPHd
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Weigh in – what do you think of the royal lady trouser flappie?