As we continue to stay home, bake bread, and spray our keys with Lysol, I decided to do some serious imaginary online shopping for Princess Charlene. I figured, the more imaginary shopping I do for Her Serene Highness, the less real shopping I do for myself. Now my Mint account won’t yell at me for overspending. Thanks, Altesse! I looked at some of Charlene’s signature outfits, or Iconic Looks, as you might wanna call them, for inspiration when choosing new pieces that will fit into her style, yet stand out. Because, really, isn’t the whole point of dressing to stand out?

Cushnie Strapless Jumpsuit

Cushnie strapless jumpsuitCushnie strapless jumpsuit
Princess Charlene Red Cross 2014Princess Charlene Red Cross 2010

This Cushnie strapless jumpsuit is super cool. It looks like a gown from the front, but it’s just as much party from the back. The colour blocking achieved by the vertical panel makes it very modern and special. We know both colours look great on Princess Charlene. Now the question is silver sandals or two different-coloured strappies à la Carrie Bradshaw?

Emilio Pucci Scarf Insert Jumpsuit

EMILIO PUCCI scarf insert jumpsuit
Princess Charlene and Prince Jacques Picnc 2019

Princess Charlene has been pushing her own boundaries with prints lately. Whether with Terrence Bray numbers or a Peter Pilotto coat, I’ve been liking the experimentations. This relaxed jumpsuit from Emilo Pucci combines Charlene’s modern style with the sense of sophistication she maintains in her outfits. The jumpsuit is very comfortable and laid back but elegant thanks to a scarf insert to the left side with a dual pattern of the iconic Corsico print and the V-Vivara prints, both inspired by tropical islands, perfect for a summer engagement like the Annual Picnic.

Alex Perry Halston Cape-Sleeve Jumpsuit

Alex Perry Halston cape-sleeve jumpsuitAlex Perry Halston cape-sleeve jumpsuit
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene Attend Dinner to Commemorate the Diamond Jubilee 2012

I don’t think I need to explain this pink satin crepe Halston cape-sleeve jumpsuit from Alex Perry. It’s very structural like many of Charlene’s outfits. I love how it would highlight Charlene’s shoulders before it flows into a seamed waist that would define her shape. The wide-legged balance are the perfect balance for the beautiful floor-length sleeves that make a tiny train in the back. Speaking of the back, there’s none 😍. If it were up to me, I’d style the jumpsuit with a pastel blue clutch and some edgy Repossi jewerly.

Stella McCartney Paloma Buckle-Strap Jumpsuit

Princess Charlene Grand Prix Abu Dhabi

Stella McCartney’s Paloma and Tuta jumpsuits are the epitome of utilitarian elegance. We already know Charlene likes utilitarian from the Louis Vuitton jumpsuit above along with the different pairs of cargo pants she’s worn over the years. What I love about these two jumpsuits is that they’re very muted, but they demand your attention. The styling options for the off white Tuta specifically are endless from boots to strappy sandals to bright-coloured pumps. Charlene would look amazing in the mint blue Paloma, too

Oscar De La Renta Bow Detail Jumpsuit

Oscar De La Renta Bow Detail Jumpsuit
Princess Charlene Grand Prix 2018

From utilitarian to military, this jumpsuit is a different mood. The bow is an unexpected detail in a jumpsuit made of khaki cotton in this style, but Oscar de la Renta surprises us all. Charlene can surprise us, too by wearing this to a cocktail reception. All she needs is gold pumps, a box clutch and gold stud earrings.

Johanna Ortiz Armonia Del Tiempo Jumpsuit

Johanna Ortiz Armonia Del Tiempo Jumpsuit
Princess Charlene Singapore 2012

The neckline and the fabric are what sold on this number. Imagine how it would of Charlene’s shoulders to continue to the defined waist. The pant fit and length would also be perfect for her height, but what makes it a winner is the neckline that just adds a hint of sexiness. Many of Char’s Jimmy Choo’s would go perfectly with this.