Charlene of Monaco is always at the top of fashion. To spend her day with an association, the princess chose an ultra cozy monochrome outfit.
Charlene of Monaco is a great friend of animals. On Thursday, November 23, she visited a dog protection association. For the occasion, she wore a monochrome camel outfit, perfectly suited to winter temperatures.
The Princess of the Rock took care to put on a thick wool sweater, which the Emilia Wickstead label sells for 572 euros. A comforting knit, ideal for cold winter days. With it, she wore a straight pleated pants and pointed-toe pumps. To add a twist to her total caramel look, Charlène de Monaco chose a gray, brown and beige patterned scarf. Simple and efficient.
Since July 2011 and his arrival in the princely family of the Principality of Monaco, Charlene Wittstock, aka Charlene of Monaco sees his looks scrutinized during his various appearances. Luckily, the former South African swimming champion has a keen sense of style that she puts to work during her official outings, even when she was pregnant with her twins. An inspiring personality from the Rock, the young woman born in 1978 has made her mark alongside the members of her new Monegasque family.
How did Charlene of Monaco dress before becoming a princess?
Before her marriage to Prince Albert IIthe athlete born in Zimbabwe and naturalized South African has everything of an ordinary young woman when it comes to style, pledging allegiance to slim jeans And flowy tops as well as racer-back tank tops and little dresses with spaghetti straps. During her first appearances alongside her future husband, she wore Evening Dresses very glamorous like sheaths, strapless dresses or even elegant short and tight dresses which highlight her long figure (she measures 1.77 m).
What are the secrets of Charlene of Monaco’s wedding dresses?
For her wedding, Charlene of Monaco had the chance to wear three wedding dresses different: a jacket and long blue dress set by Chanel for the civil marriage 1er July 2011, a white wedding dress created by Armani for the religious marriageas well as another Armani dress for the evening of July 2, 2011.
The dress for the religious ceremony was a immaculate silk model with boat neckfeatures 40,000 Swarovski crystals and of 30,000 golden pearls. An impressive train of 5 meters long completed this outfit. His bouquet was mainly composed of White flowers such as orchids, but also proteas, a colorful flower paying homage to South Africa. The second outfit The bride’s Armani, worn during the evening, was a long white bi-material dress with a cinched waist, the skirt of which ended in ruffles highlighting her athletic silhouette.
In 2022, the princess returned from convalescence after suffering the previous year from an infection of the ENT area. A health problem forced her to spend several months in South Africa to undergo various surgical operations. She therefore disappeared from the radar until March 2022, when she was able to resume her princely obligations and even made a return to her Instagram account. For his big come back in the official life of the principality, in April, she appeared dressed in a slit charcoal gray pantsuit signed Akriswearing a haircut pixie polar blond. A very successful and sharp masculine/feminine look. For official evenings, we usually see her in an evening dress and her wardrobe extends from Christian Dior to Armani and also Akris, one of his favorite designers. And if we had to choose one striking outfit, it was the immaculate one she wore to meet Pope Francis in 2016. She is one of the eight women in the world (Letizia of Spain, Mathilde of Belgium, Maria Teresa of Luxembourg, Paola of Belgium, Sophie of Spain, Marina of Naples, Marie of Liechtenstein and Charlene of Monaco) to have the privilege of wearing white in the presence of the Pope, for whom vestments of this color are usually reserved.
What do her favorite casual looks look like?
On a daily basis, the princess likes to wear slim jeansleather pants, fur-lined boots or flat waders, turtleneck sweaters or even comfortable outfits like cocooning jogging pants. In summer, she likes flowing shirts, white denim, tank tops and loose tops.
What are Charlene of Monaco’s favorite brands?
As we will have understood, the princess is quite sophisticated in terms of fashion. Among his favorite creators, we find Armani, or the Swiss label Akris, which she appreciates for its refined and sophisticated outfits. During official events, she was often seen in Ralph Lauren outfits, Louis Vuitton, Carolina Herrera, Atelier Versace, Diane von Furstenberg or even Gucci.
There is no doubt, the Princess of Monaco is a woman well in her time. To imitate her style, we treat ourselves to beautiful cape coats, mid-length dresses for the day and ultra glamorous, almost Hollywood outfits for the evening. As for hairstyle, we opt for a revisited boyish cut which will bring just the right touch of modernity to our look.
How much does Charlene of Monaco’s wardrobe cost?
Back in the official life of the Rock since spring 2022, Charlene of Monaco made a series of official appearances. And when you say public life, you say dressing that lives up to your princess commitments. For the ex-Olympic swimmer, 2022 would have been a particularly luxurious year. The UFO No More website, which details each year the cost of clothing for 19 women from royal or princely families, is who would have spent the most on clothes in the last twelve months. To calculate the amounts spent on the clothes of these crowned heads, the site breaks down the outfits of these personalities into three categories: UFO parts (unidentified fashion objects), identified parts whose cost is easily found and the parts whose creator is known, but who have been made to measure or whose price remains unknown. UFO No More notes, however, that the site cannot know to what extent certain pieces are loaned or given to these personalities, nor if they benefited from discounts when they purchased them. It is therefore a question ofan appreciation based on the retail price of the clothing. In 2022, UFO No More estimates 739,541.52 euros the expenses of Charlene of Monaco, placing her far ahead of other queens, duchesses and princesses in the ranking. In comparison, Kate Middletonin third place in the ranking, would have spent 217,310.46 euros on his wardrobe, Meghan Markle 106,938.29 euros and Letizia from Spain 53,919.38 euros. Furthermore, UFO No More estimates that Charlene of Monaco wore 105 new clothes during the year, including 7 of unidentified origin.