New year, new hairstyle! Sofia of Sweden completely changed...
In terms of fashion and style, Sofia from Sweden is always at the forefront. Prince Carl Philip's wife loves to experiment with new looks and surprise her fans. Nothing will change in the new year either, on the contrary: at an appointment in Stockholm, the mother of three showed up with a new hairstyle that changed her look extremely.
For the 100th anniversary of Swedish democracy, Queen Silvia had sent her son and his wife as representatives. Eye-catcher of the evening: Sofia from Sweden, who wore long bangs that reached far beyond her eyebrows - a hairstyle that we didn't know from the 37-year-old. The royals posted the look on their official Instagram account:
In fact, Sofia's new bangs started extremely high and fell to her eyelash height - and unlike the trendy curtain bangs or the feathered fringe, the Swede had opted for an accurate bangs version: all the forehead fringes were combed straight down to the same length and only minimally blow-dried – a look that has changed enormously and that often leads to divided opinions: while some love the straight fringe, others don’t really like the style at all.
The strict bangs – also known as strong fringe – definitely have what it takes to land at the top of the trend ladder in 2022 and overtake more playful variations such as curtain bangs. Design labels such as Givenchy, Valentino, or Hermès have already sent their models onto the catwalk for the presentation of their current collections with the precisely cut fringes.
Princess Sofia did not combine her strong fringe with a bob, as is often seen, but wore her brunette hair tied in a low ponytail. According to "hola.com", the brocade dress for the look came from the German designer Dorothee Schumacher - overall a style that stood out from the otherwise mostly light summery looks that we are used to from Sofia.
Last June, Sofia wished her fans a “happy Midsommarfest” via Instagram with curtain bangs and slightly lightened lengths. A few months later, the mother of three separated from her pony and wore her mane a few centimeters shorter, darker, and in London in November significantly more voluminous.