After an “interesting” look for the morning events for the National Day in Monaco, Princess Charlene has chosen to wow everyone with a bicolor gown.
The Princess donned a Black and White silk marocain crepe colour-block gown designed for her by Albert Kriemler for Akris.
The dress features a knee-high slit that showed off the Princess’s Jimmy Choo patent pumps.
Unlike in the past years, the Princess chose not to wear a coat or gloves. The gown is long-sleeved and is not backless like the past year’s, so I suppose Charlene was warm enough in it… instead, she was on FIRE 😍!
The gown also allows for a perfect placement of the order of St. Charles sash and medal. Charlene also wore new earrings by Repossi.
The retro hairstyle trend Princess Charlene has been sporting lately continued and she finished off her look with glamorous makeup and a red lip.
For me, this look is a total winner. Earlier today, I asked for an outfit that’s “not black” and my wish has been half granted. I was secretly afraid the off-white gown and knit coat thing that has been going on for the past few years would continue, so I’m glad that Charlene chose to surprise us while staying true to herself. She might have been out-coloured by Princess Caroline, but she looks every inch the Princess of Monaco she is and the jewelry is just fabulous.
N.B: Princess Caroline was wearing a Stella McCartney cape-effect gown with Louboutin sandals. Her dress which was also worn by Queen Letizia is available on The OutNet for £ 967.
Photos: Zimbio, theoutnet