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Crown Princess Mary just wore the perfect trans-seasonal outfit - with a chic twist

For those in-between spring days.

By Jess Pullar
If Crown Princess Mary wasn't already all over your trans-seasonal fashion mood boards, she should definitely be a key feature now.
The stylish royal has just stepped out in yet another seamless style that we are absolutely coveting - and it's the perfect look for those in-between days when the sun doesn't quite know whether it wants to shine or not.
Stepping out on a cloudy November morning in Hoeng, Denmark, the Aussie-turned royal turned heads in a chic grey knit, which she layered with a chrisp white shirt underneath.
The royal added a pair of chic black pants and suede black heels to the ensemble, and topped the whole heavenly look off with a trendy twist - a thin black belt around her waist.
Yep, this is officially trans-seasonal fashion goals.
Mary knows how to nail trans-seasonal fashion. (Getty)
The event in question took place at the Hoeng Continuation School, an independent boarding college specialising in global issues, art and design, psychology and lifestyle.
At the event, Mary chatted to students and staff members alike as she delved into how Danish Continuation Schools can propel students' social capabilities.
There was no denying the visit was particularly special for the royal, who is passionate about promoting social causes.
Mary looked excited to take part in the day's activities. (Getty)
The Danish royal engaged in discussions about students' learning capabilities at Danish Continuation Schools. (Getty)
Later that evening, Mary once again wowed us with her ability to seamlessly adapt to any and every scenario, by stepping out once again in yet another glorious outfit for another engagement!
The royal arrived at The Magasin Du Nord Foundations Fashion Award event wearing a beautiful black coat featuring a unique circular print.
The brunette beauty finished the look with a pair of olive green pumps.
The Crown Princess was all kinds of chic in this elegant black ensemble for her fashionable night out.
The award, which was established in 2012, is said to be one of the most important fashion prizes in Denmark.
This year, it was awarded to Veronica D'Souza, who founded Copenhagen label Carcel.
The incredible brand has an ethos entrenched in working towards the greater good. Each item is manufactured inside women's prisons located in some of the world's poorest countries.
This utilises any lost time into skills, paid jobs, and better futures for the women there, as described by D'Souza's LinkedIn page.
The coveted award went to Veronica D'Souza (centre) who kick-started a brand to help women in prisons in some of the world's poorest countries. (Getty)
Princess Mary is no stranger to a busy schedule, so we can expect to see the royal out and about a few more times before the year is out.
Stay tuned, you can guarantee we've got plenty more fashion spectacles to come!
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