Princess Charlene's Fashion

Princess Charlene and the Twins visit Foundation Otto in Style!

So the Princess of Monaco Took the twins on a visit to Foundation Otto where Gabriella helped mommy distribute pictures of her and Jacques to the elderly.



Can you recognize who made her shoes? Answer after the jump!


Princess Charlene at The 2017 Red Cross Gala: The Jewelry

You know all about Princess Charlene Atelier Versace jumpsuit that she wore to the Red Cross Gala last month.

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What you may not know is what jewelry the Princess of Monaco has worn.

Charlene de Monaco chose a pair of 1895 earrings from Cartier. The enormous stud earrings feature a brilliant diamond that's about carats. The price of these earrings is only available upon request!













These earrings are different from the 1895 radiant cut stud earrings that the Charlene wore to the Red Cross Ball in 2015.


Keeping everything else minimal, the Repossi engagement ring made a rather rare appearance.

While I look forward to a dose of jewelry every year at the Red Cross Gala, I can't imagine the jumpsuit with any more jewelry... Do you?




Photos: PalaisPrincier, Cartier

Help Find Princess Charlene's Dress!

Earlier last month, Princess Charlene wore this green one-sleeve, long dress to the Diamond League athletics series.

For a month, I've been looking everywhere but this dress is nowhere to be found. So now I need your help IDing this dress.

Who it's NOT by:
1. Dior.
2. Akris.
3. Ralph Lauren.
4. Roland Mouret.






Photos: PalaisPrincier

Princess Charlene Wears Federica Tosi Jumpsuit with Hermes Cuff

Many of you remember the video Prince Albert and Princess Charlene took a part in ahead of the Grand Prix this year.


Princess Charlene, of course, wore an amazing Federica Tosi jumpsuit, silver Jimmy Choo sandals, and her Cartier pearl stud earrings.

Princess Charlene in Federica Tosi and Hermes

What you may not have noticed is that the Princess of Monaco was also wearing a silver cuff.

Princess Charlene in Federica Tosi and Hermes

The cuff is the large Osmose Cuff in silver by Hermès. The bangle is not available online but it's estimated at over $3,000. A similar pre-owned one has recently been sold on Collector Square for 1,540€.
Hermes Osmose Cuff Bangle



Meanwhile, The Federica Tosi jumpsuit just went on sale for $522 (down from $870) on Farfetch.

Federica Tosi striped jumpsuit

Do you like this Bond-Girl look as much as I do?
Princess Charlene in Federica Tosi and Hermes




Pics: PalaisPrincier, Faerfetch, Hermes

Princess Charlene Repeats a Diane Von Furstenberg Jumpsuit in La Turbie

In June, Princess Charlene visited the municipal pool of La Turbie, the pool her own foundation has built. The Princess of Monaco had sprained her arm and couldn't attend the inauguration but Prince Albert promised she would when she felt better, and so she did.

Princess Charlene in Diane Von Furstenberg Gwynne Jumpsuit

For the occasion, Charlene repeated a jumpsuit she had worn a few weeks earlier to one of the Grand Prix events and was never identified.

Princess Charlene in Diane Von Furstenberg Gwynne Jumpsuit

The frock is the Gwynne jumpsuit from Dian Von Furstenberg, a rather unusual designer from the princess. Charlene chose it in black. The versatile jumpsuit has a bateau neckline, 3/4 sleeves, and a belt.
Princess Charlene in Diane Von Furstenberg Gwynne JumpsuitPrincess Charlene in Diane Von Furstenberg Gwynne Jumpsuit
       


The crepe jumpsuit is sold out in black but is still available in royal blue on the DVF UK website for £165 down from £414. You can buy it from HERE.

Princess Charlene in Diane Von Furstenberg Gwynne Jumpsuit

Both times, Charlene De Monaco teamed the jumpsuit with Jimmy Choo Moxy 85 sandals. Diamond studs the first time, and pearl earrings the second time provided the finishing touch to the look.

Princess Charlene in Diane Von Furstenberg Gwynne Jumpsuit

Do you like the Princess of Monaco in DVF?



Pics: PalaisPrincier, Revolve

Who Made Princess Charlene's dress, Mystery Solved!

While hunting for clothes that Princess Charlene of Monaco has worn, I stumbled into the dress she wore in 2014 to a tennis tournament organized by Natalia Vodaniova for her foundation, The Naked Heart.


Who made this dress? Answer after the jump!