Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Luxarazzi 101: Royal Recycling and Clothes Sharing Vol. 11

So turns out Princess Alexandra on a state visit is pretty much a royal recycling fest - and that brings us to our 11th edition of Royal Recycling and Clothes Sharing courtesy of this week's trip to Japan. Mind you, Princess Alexandra is an old pro when it comes to rummaging through her relatives' wardrobes so it doesn't come as the biggest of surprises that we saw a few repeats. And yes, I like to imagine it something along these lines.
First day, first appearance, first hat previously worn by another family member - check. From the get-go Princess Alexandra showed her commitment to the Grand Ducal Family's love of sharing the love by sporting a white feathered headpiece previously worn by Princess Tessy for National Day 2013. 
Princess Alexandra's third outfit of the first day brought us another clothes sharing moment when she brought out a bolero style jacket previously worn by the Grand Duchess on a number of occasions including the 60th birthday party of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden in 2006. Got to admit though that I much prefer the jacket with a black dress. Somehow it ended up looking like an afterthought to Princess Alexandra's stunning red gown.
This one though... Va-va-woom, girl is rocking this Elie Saab number previously worn by Grand Duchess Maria Teresa for the state visit by then Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands to Luxembourg in 2012. Frankly, I much prefer Alexandra's styling and hope that this goodie will stay in her wardrobe for a long time to come! Fun fact: It is actually one of the outfits our very own fashion expert Heaven wished to see again in our Royal Recycling and Clothes Sharing Wish List - dreams do come true after all.

Stay tuned with possibly more clothes sharing love to come tomorrow, which is sadly already the last day of the Luxembourgish state visit to Japan! In the meantime, also check out our previous editions of Royal Recycling and Clothes Sharing.

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