Charlotte Casiraghi - Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping

Charlotte Casiraghi during Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping on July 2, 2016 in Paris.
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23 comments:

  1. What the hell is she wearing?

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    1. Floorcloth maybe? Awful anuway.

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    2. Rags from the Goodwill shop

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  2. I don't know what surprises me most, the fact the she owns a pair of those shoes, or the fact that she wore them ! :)

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  3. She looks better in the pretty dress which doesn't show her bow-legs, but the denim jacket and odd-colored shoes do her no favors. One gets the feeling that she likes to show she doesn't really care about fashion.

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  4. She must have gotten those rags at a Goodwill shop

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  5. I don't like this per se, but it's better than how she often dresses. She's such a beautiful woman - it would be nice to see her dress more attractively.

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  6. the shoes, the jacket on that dress, no way.

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  7. Elle est OBLIGÉE par contrat de porter les horreurs Gucci .Mais elle se tiendrait droite ce serait un peu mieux .

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  8. I like her face, classic beauty.
    Denim is in fashion very much again.

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  9. Omg what is this hobo week? She looks beautiful as usual but her clothes? Separately I like them for fun... like going to the market ? Or ice cream? But for this? Oy

    The shoes.... burn them. Just burned them.

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  10. She looks so sloopy as if she woke up late and put on the first things she found, Diane you are right,the shoes are horrible!!

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  11. This is not her godfather's Lagerfeld style. Oh dear. Anyway,she looks like she wants to go home. Could it be that she is pregnant?

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  12. Being young and relatively attractive unfortunately does not mean that one looks good in whatever one wears. A lesson needs to be learnt here.

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  13. The denim jacket is very ill fitting, she doesn't look comfortable, ugly shoes and ugly ponytail. But she's very pretty.

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  14. Shoes might be Gucci loafers but look cheap the way the whole thing has been put together, not to mention her poor posture

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  15. I guess these are from Gucci indeed. As it has been mentioned before, she HAS TO wear Gucci to a certain type and amount of events as she has a contract with Gucci. Unlucky for her, a lot of times. I understand these are expensive clothes and that it is considered fashionable and there is really nothing wrong with it... except that these pieces don't suit the occasion. Even the hostess in the white blazer looks better and more elegant than her. Also, the men wear suits with ties. That should indicate the level of elegance required, shouldn't it?

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  16. Hideous shoes. Horrible posture.

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