Crown Princess Victoria in a voluminous gown attends the Nobel Prize Ceremony

On December 10, 2019 the Swedish Royal Family attend the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony at the Concert Hall in Stockholm putting on a glittering display. After the ceremony, members of the Royal Family and the laureates of the Nobel Prize 2019 attend a lavish royal banquet in Stockholm City Hall with around 1,000 attendees to celebrate the laureates in medicine, chemistry, physics, literature and economics. Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images

On the occasion, Crown Princess Victoria stepped out in a voluminous black and white one-shoulder bespoke gown from Swedish designer Selam Fessahaye. The dress has an asymmetric neckline with a large puff sleeve on one shoulder. The skirt is voluminous with a large rose detailing and is fitted at the waist.

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She teamed the gown with a silver and black clutch and a pair of silver pumps. But the highlight of this outfit are her jewellery. She dons the Baden Fringe Tiara, the diamond bandeau necklace and diamond drop earrings. She also wears the diamond roses brooch on the Order of Seraphim sash and a stack of thin bracelets.

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