The princess sparkled with Norwegian design

The princess sparkled with Norwegian design

Actress Pia Tjilta, 45, has stormed into the fashion industry in recent years, with feminine lace blouses and romantic floral dresses.

Norway’s biggest stars continue to shine on the red carpet wearing Tjelta’s designs, and one who put her love on the clothes is Crown Princess Mette-Marit (49), who has been photographed several times in Tjelta’s clothes.

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The Norwegian royal family seems to hold Tjelta’s designs very close to their hearts, which was also confirmed when Princess Ingrid Alexandra was recently photographed in a ByTimo gown from the actress’s collection.

Princess Ingrid Alexandra is of great interest abroad. Reporter: Caroline Fagel. Storytelling: Nora Skafog. Video: NRC. Photo: NTB.
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For the occasion of a school play, the princess wore a floral floral dress and sporty sneakers, and on the RoyalFashionPolice Instagram account, the princess’ outfit received a massive response.

“She’s so pretty. And I’m glad she chose sneakers for her dress – that way she can really enjoy herself without worrying about hurting her legs,” one writes, while the other condescends.

“I was sure she wore the crown prince’s wardrobe again. The color purple suits her well — and I agree with the choice to wear comfortable shoes.”

And it’s not entirely inconceivable that Ingrid Alexandra could be in her mother’s wardrobe.

Recycling: Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore a ByTimo dress when she visited the Nobel Peace Prize.  Photo: Tore Meek/NTB

Recycling: Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore a ByTimo dress when she visited the Nobel Peace Prize. Photo: Tore Meek/NTB
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The girl is like her mother

Se og Hør royal house expert Caroline Fagel previously stated that the Crown Prince lends her wardrobe to Princess Ingrid Alexandra, who reuses her mother’s wardrobe almost exclusively in formal contexts.

- Wow, is that possible?

– Wow, is that possible?


And according to the expert of the royal house, it is not excluded that this dress is also a reused dress of the crown prince.

Crown Princess Mette-Marit has always loved Pia Tijilta’s designs, ever since she made her first dresses in collaboration with ByTimo. We also know that Princess Ingrid Alexandra often borrows outfits from her mom, so maybe these are actually Mette-Marit outfits? Or Ingrid simply became a fan of hers. The girl is like her mother!

Favorite: Crown Princess Mette-Marit always uses a ByTimokjoler when she's out in public.  Photo: NTB

Favorite: Crown Princess Mette-Marit always uses a ByTimokjoler when she’s out in public. Photo: NTB
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Furthermore, the royal house expert adds that it’s positive that the Princess, the Crown Princess, is spearheading Norwegian design to a greater extent than before, but notes that perhaps it’s flair that makes ByTimo a frequent choice of dress in the royal family.

– I think both the Crown Prince and Princess choose these dresses in the first place because they love them. What’s more, it’s a huge advantage that they’re facing Norwegian design — let’s hope we see them in more Norwegian brands in the future, says Vagle.

Shock accusations: - Misleading

Shock accusations: – Misleading


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Crown Princess Mette-Marit has been consistently praised for her use of Norwegian designers during public events. There is a great deal of interest in royal fashion, and the crown prince’s outfits are receiving worldwide press coverage — invaluable marketing, according to famed fashion designer Jean Thomas (56).

It’s marketing you can’t put a price on. Bea Tigilta must be jumping naked for joy around her house. Every designer dreams that the same princess tiara will wear your clothes. It has the same effect when Duchess Kate wears a gown: It’s been pulled off the racks, celebrity designer told Se og Hør.

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