Monaco’s royal family enjoys a long and elegant reputation, thanks in large part to fashion icon Grace Kelly, who became Princess Grace of Monaco in 1956. But the late star isn’t the only princess in Monaco to possess an enviable royal style; his daughter-in-law and former Olympian, Princess Charlene, is also known for her dynamic and infinitely chic fashion sense. That’s why our editorial team has dedicated this article to Charlene’s greatest style moments to teach you how to dress like a real princess at 40.
Here’s how to dress at 40 like a real princess
Charlene, Princess of Monaco is always extremely elegant and sophisticated when she makes a public appearance. One of the brands she likes to wear frequently is the Swiss brand Akris.
#Black and white outfits
Charlene appeared front row at the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2023 show during Paris Fashion Week, wearing a sleek gray and black plaid blazer with red accents. She completed her look with black pants, black ankle boots and a classic white shirt.
Princess Charlene in black and white outfit
Charlène met French First Lady Brigitte Macron during the 100th anniversary of the Armistice. The princess wore black trousers, an oversized bow blouse and a black and white coat.
Classy look in black and white highlighted by the oversized bow
Charlene made a surprise appearance at the Akris Spring/Summer 2023 show during Paris Fashion Week, wearing a sleek navy-hued ensemble that included straight-legged pants and a jacket with military-style details on the shoulders.
Here, Charlène wears a stylish navy-colored ensemble
The royal family of Monaco is out for the return of the traditional Monegasque picnic. For the occasion, Charlene wore an all-white ensemble, consisting of a sleeveless, high-necked lace tunic and flowing white trousers by South African designer Terence Bray.
White set, consisting of a sleeveless lace tunic with a high neck and flowing white pants
Princess Charlene and Prince Albert traveled to the Vatican for an audience with the Pope. For the occasion, Charlene looked chic in a black midi dress with opaque mesh sleeves and a pair of neutral heels.
Black midi dress with mesh sleeves
Charlene made her return to the annual Formula 1 Grand Prix in a powder blue Terrence Bray jumpsuit, with puff sleeves and a reverse collar, and neutral footwear.
Blue jumpsuit with puff sleeves and a reverse collar
#Outfit in blue, white and black
For Grand Prix qualifying, Charlene wore a cobalt blue tunic with black and white graphic blocks over white trousers and simple black pumps.
Cobalt blue tunic with black and white graphic blocks on white pants
For the Monegasque National Day, Charlène was radiant in a white ensemble, consisting of pants, a high-necked top, a knee-length coat and a fedora.
Here, Charlene is radiant in a white ensemble
At Monaco Cathedral for services honoring Sainte-Dévote, Monaco’s patron saint, Charlene, wore a chic neutral coat dress with matching boots and gloves.
beige coat with matching boots and gloves
#Navy coat lined with fuchsia
Charlene loves bright colors, as evidenced by the fuchsia-lined navy coat she wore to attend the Monaco National Day celebrations at the palace.
A princess cannot pass without dresses. Here are the most beautiful dresses of Charlène that can inspire you.
Here are the most beautiful dresses of Charlene of Monaco
#Pale blue dress
For the annual Red Cross gala, Charlene wore a pale blue dress with abstract floral embellishments. She enhanced her outfit with the Van Cleef & Arpels Flying Butterfly necklace.
Pale blue dress with abstract floral embellishments
At the opening ceremony of the 61st Monte-Carlo Television Festival, Princess Charlene wore a flowing, one-shoulder green dress with a ruffled hem.
One-shoulder flowing green dress
#Slate blue dress
For the Sainte Dévote rugby tournament – an annual one-day sports initiative for young people, sponsored by the Princess’ foundation – Charlene wore a slate blue A-line dress, belted at the waist, with simple black pumps.
Slate blue A-line dress, belted at the waist
Here are the best looks of Charlene of Monaco
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