Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Luxarazzi 101: Royal Recycling and Clothes Sharing Vol. 6

Here we go again: Luxarazzi proudly presents "Royal Recycling and Clothes Sharing Volume 6". After even the boys showed us that they love to share a tie, it's now back to the ladies. (Don't forget to also check out volumes 1 to 5 of this series here, here, here, here and here, in case you haven't done so yet.)
Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie has long been fully integrated in the Grand Ducal Family's clothes sharing habits. Case in point: The coat above, which marked the third time that she wore a piece of clothing previously worn by her sister-in-law Princess Alexandra alone. (Also: Hi there, Séb and Gui! Also #2: Thanks to our attentive reader Avery for the spot!)
I tell you though, it's not always terribly easy to spot the clothes sharers and recyclers of the Family: While I could say with almost absolute certainty that I had seen the outfit of Archduchess Marie-Astrid at the Neipperg/Limburg-Stirum wedding before, I wasn't quite sure whether I had previously seen it on Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte or Grand Duchess Maria-Teresa. Turns out it was the latter one, anno 2007, though the skirt worn by Marie-Astrid looks like it comes from another outfit of her sister-in-law, also anno 2007.
There I was hoping to see some more clothes sharing during this year's national day - because I wanted to introduce a three strikes policy with our Royal Recycling and Clothes Sharing posts, which we'll keep up in the future: Three clothes sharing moments = one post - and look, the Luxembourg ladies delivered. During last night's gala Princess Alexandra wore an Elie Saab gown previously worn by Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie. Don't we just love them for all that clothes sharing love?!

Photos: Marlene Koenig/Royal Musings/Lux Deflorenne/SIP/Rex Features/Capital Pictures/Tom Wagner/Marc Schmitt/Cour grand-ducale/Getty Images

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