Elegant and chic, this wrap coat is crafted using the House’s emblematic double face technique: two layers of wool-and-silk blend fabric are meticulously stitched together with folded edges. The inner layer has a contrasting Monogram motif, with Monogram canvas details adding to the signature effect.
The surprise in this outfit was the boots that Princesse Charléne chose to wear with this coat.
This morning Their Serene Highnesses attended the mass at the Notre Dame Cathedral and I must say I’m quite impressed by Princess Charlene’s style today.
She’s in head-to-toe Dior from the icnonic Bar jacket in navy which features two angled pockets and a cut that accentuates the waist to a printed full silk chiffon skirt.
Princess Charlene finished off the look with a Dior scarf and navy pumps. Princess Charlene carried a brown bag that I’m working to confirm the designer of. I wish the jacket was an inch shorter and I really believe this outfit was screaming for a hat, but Princess Charlene only wears a hat for National Day. All in all, the whole look is very classy and glamorous. Let’s talk about her beauty look, though.
Stephane Madinier did the Princess’s hair, it looks like a low chignon because of the volume and the wavy side bangs. I like the hair so much that I’m going to let the hat thing go. Pablo Ardizzone did the makeup and the lipstick matches the scarf very nicely. Well played, Altesse, well played!