Crown Princess Victoria's mastered ‘quiet luxury’ (once again) with this Swedish-designed look

By Josefin Forsberg

Photo: Elisabeth Svantesson (@elisabethsvantesson)

HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden proved the sartorial star power of Soft Goat's royally comfortable knitwear while attending two recent Stockholm engagements

When visiting the Ministry for Local Government Finances and Financial Market Issues on March 27th, H.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden opted for a familiar ensemble: a ribbed cashmere sweater paired with a matching midi skirt by Soft Goat. The tonal two-piece formula is a favourite of the Swedish Crown Princess, who has been spotted sporting a similar ensemble in graphite, red and feather-grey on multiple previous occasions.


Arguably an original perpetrator of 'quiet luxury', the Swedish royal's latest version of the laissez-fair look came in a sandy-coloured shade that would slot easily into any subdued wardrobe. Even more so when considering the accessories: a pair of suede ankle boots that the Crown Princess was first spotted in 2019, a beloved (and frequently worn) Saint Laurent Carré satchel bag, and signature jewellery in the form of an Epoch Lady Chronograph and Skultuna earrings. The future Swedish Queen scraped her hair back with an Alexandré de Paris Large claw clip to complete the look.

HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel with Sweden's minister of finance, Elisabeth Svantesson. Photo: Elisabeth Svantesson (@elisabethsvantesson)

Sweden's minister of finance, Elisabeth Svantesson, shared a carousel of photos from the outing on Instagram, with a caption that translated to: "Welcomed the Crown Princess couple to the Ministry of Finance today. H.K.H. Crown Princess Victoria and H.K.H Prince Daniel met the employees who, among other things, shared the different aspects of work at the Finance Department.

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