Today, December 18th, Prince Albert and Princess Charlene visited the Red Cross headquarters in Monaco to hand out Christmas presents. The Prince and Princess of Monaco pay this visit every year every year.
For the first event of the day, Princess Charlene chose a head-to-toe burgundy look signed by Loro Piana.
Made of baby cashmere and styled with dropped shoulders with the front seam shifted back to create an enveloping effect.
The dress’s skirt hits right at the ankle and retails for $3,500
Also made of baby cashmere, the knee-length coat is inspired by dressing gowns with an enveloping shawl collar that creates the effect of a scarf. The coat is made with the double construction technique: the two layers of fabric are opened along the edges, folded back and invisibly stitched by hand.
Princess Charlene styled the coat and dress with Loro Piana knee-high boots, also in dark raisin. These boots were made for walking if you have 3,000 USD to spare.
The dress and coat needed a bit of flair, and the Princess of Monaco delivered.
We’ve seen these Dior Tribales earrings and the Mise En Dior ring several times on Princess Charlene.
But today she pulled out a Mise en Dior pearl and fringe necklace that we haven’t seen on her before. This necklace is long and chunky but very classy and refined. Below is a smaller version I found on The Real Real.
Princess Charlene’s version is fuller and has fringes.
I’m in love with the sleek hairstyle. This hair length really suits the Princess and her hair looks very healthy lately. The bold lipstick adds even more life to this look.