Princess Charlene kicked off December with a trip to Abu Dhabi to support Monegasque F1 driver Charles Leclerc in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in the final race. Charles came in 3rd, Lewis Hamilton won.
The Princess seemed to have been having a great time at the race and she sure looked the part.
For the overseas event, the Princess of Monaco donned a bleu orage race-inspired jumpsuit by Louis Vuitton. The jumpsuit is made of wool & viscose. The silhouette is what you’d expect from a Nicolas Ghesquière design with the utilitarian feel, dropped shoulders and cinched waist.
The jumpsuit is crafted from wool drill with a mottled effect and features an asymmetric flap and comes with a black calf leather belt. The number costs 4,800 USD but is currently soldout in the US store.
Staying true to her style, Princess Charlene added a color-block black and white bag. I’m yet to identify it. any ideas?
Her Serene Highness, Princess Charlene of Monaco paired the edgy jumpsuit with two of Repossi diamond rings. One of the rings was first worn to the Fete Nationale this year.
These kind of looks is why I’ve been following Princess Charlene’s style all of these years. It’s fun, edgy and on-theme. I also appreciate the colorful appearances we’ve been getting lately. Cha seems to be swimming in Louis Vuitton these days and I’m there for it. And Louis Vuitton jumpsuits have been a hot commodity this year with Emma Stone wearing one to the Met Gala and Sophia Turner wore one to the Billboard Music Awards, so Charlene is on the wave-length as the hot celebs. I also wouldn’t mind a few more Givenchy pieces.
We might get to see Charlene again in the UAE as the Impi’s, the rugby team the Princess Charlene Foundation supports will be playing on the 5th and 7th of this month in Dubai.