Prince Albert and Princess Charlene attended a memorial ceremony in Nice

Princess Charlene of Monaco wore a double-breasted grey pinstripe jacket/blazer suit from MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Akris and Brunello Cucinelli
On November 7, 2020, Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended a special ceremony paying tribute to the victims of the Nice Notre-Dame Basilica, held in Nice, France. On 29 October 2020, three people were killed at the church in an act of Islamic terrorism. In the attack, one woman had her throat cut and a church employee was also fatally stabbed inside the church, while another woman managed to flee but later died of her wounds.
Princess Charlene of Monaco wore a double-breasted grey pinstripe jacket/blazer suit from MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Akris and Brunello Cucinelli
Princess Charlene of Monaco wore a double-breasted grey pinstripe jacket/blazer suit from MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Akris and Brunello Cucinelli
Princess Charlene of Monaco wore a double-breasted grey pinstripe jacket/blazer suit from MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Akris and Brunello Cucinelli
Princess Charlene of Monaco wore a double-breasted grey pinstripe jacket/blazer suit from MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Akris and Brunello Cucinelli
Princess Charlene of Monaco wore a double-breasted grey pinstripe jacket/blazer suit from MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Akris and Brunello Cucinelli
Princess Charlene of Monaco wore a double-breasted grey pinstripe jacket/blazer suit from MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Akris and Brunello Cucinelli
Princess Charlene of Monaco wore a double-breasted grey pinstripe jacket/blazer suit from MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Akris and Brunello Cucinelli
Princess Charlene of Monaco wore a double-breasted grey pinstripe jacket/blazer suit from MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Akris and Brunello Cucinelli
Princess Charlene of Monaco wore a double-breasted grey pinstripe jacket/blazer suit from MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Akris and Brunello Cucinelli

34 Comments

  1. what was she thinking! borrowed Albert's suit and shoes!!

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  2. Well, yet another androgynous outfit... not a fan.

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    1. Here we go again - give it a rest would you? It's just a suit...

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    2. Does this include Princess Mary of Denmark with her many "androgynous" business suits?

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    3. Maria from Italy11/8/20, 10:14 PM

      Lots of modern women dress like this on our planet, not only royal ladies.
      And they do not pick in their husbands' closets for sure.

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  3. Pri nce Albert looks dapper in his blue suit and as for Princess Charlene she is dressed ok.

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  4. I like her outfit. Very appropriate for the occasion.

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    1. I fully agree. She did not attend a fashion event.

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  5. Too nonchalant for the occasion: the suit is good but the jacket has to be closed.

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    1. Oui ,une veste croisée se porte boutonnée et c’est une marque de respect de ne pas être désinvolte .

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    2. Fully agree. Babette.

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  6. A very sad occasion. C is dressed just as one should in a ceremony like this, not drawing attention to herself.
    -B.

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    1. Agreed, I think she dressed very appropriately.
      Chel

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    2. I fully agree; just the combination of black mask and black sunglasses is not a good choice.

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    3. Maria from Italy11/8/20, 1:39 PM

      Agreed.
      Exactly my thoughts.
      I don' t like saying it again, but it seems rather strange such a lack of knowledge about contemporary fashion trends being shown on a fashion blog.
      Charlene is perfectly dressed for the occasion.

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    4. Yes, Maria, I have said it many times. Definitely a lack of knowledge about fashion, contemporary and otherwise, from people commenting on a fashion blog.

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    5. Maria from Italy11/9/20, 12:06 AM

      Anon.11/8/20. 8:57 p.m.
      I do not knot how to explain this: maybe because in Italy we have a penchant for fashion and we do have some of the most ' influential' brands in the world inspired and created
      by Italian stylists, but in fact we are really born with fashion on our minds.
      We like to keep in touch with the latest trends as well.
      I find some old- fashioned judgements so hilarious, sorry!
      Men and business-like inspired fashion including pantsuits and tuxedos are so common in F/W collections this year that I am left speechless reading comments of people totally unaware of what is going on fashion wise in the XXI century.


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    6. I understand, Maria. It is hilarious to read the opinions rooted in mid-20th century fashion ideals, and the personal offense taken at current fashion.

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    7. Maria from Italy11/9/20, 11:28 AM

      *we were really born...

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  7. We are at a three death celebration not a show.... Those death are horrible . They were stabbed in a church.
    Charlene is not here for fashion, she did good!!! French people are very sad .

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    1. Babou, not only the french people. Think of Vienna...My thoughts are with the friends and families of those who were murdered and hurt!
      I still remember that terrible murders taking place at the Bataclan a few years ago. The next day my hubby and I went to the french ambassy to bring flowers, like a lot of other people here in Munich did. We had no idea of all the terrible things to come...

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  8. It's a memorial event for people who died awfully so we aren't looking for catwalk looks. However, I think the Princess looks good - it's a well tailored suit in a sombre colour.

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  9. I never think it is appropriate to pick apart the attire of guests at a funeral or memorial unless it is completely inappropriate in the worst possible way. What is important is that she is there and paying respect to those that perished in a terrorist attack. She is in a somber colored suit, Albert is wearing a black tie. What more do you want?

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  10. Pour cette occasion, tenue sobre dans une teinte sombre pour Charlène ; le couple Estrosi à l'unisson en bleu-marine !

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  11. Pour cette occasion, tenue sobre dans une teinte sombre pour Charlène ; le couple Estrosi à l'unisson en bleu-marine !

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  12. Je suis désolée de vous contredire :
    Une veste croisée être porté de différentes manières.
    Fermée devant son supérieur hiérarchique ou lorsqu on prend la parole devant un auditoire.
    Charlene n a donc commis aucune faute, n a fait preuve de désinvolture en la portant ouverte.
    Tenue élégante et sobre pour cette occasion.

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    1. Agreed - all these rules that people come up with.

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  13. Thought that she is one of the few women I have seen who can get away with a very masculine cut of suit and still look smart--if only she'd not worn Albert's shoes! Still think this hairstyle is particularly flattering for her. Hope she keeps it for a long time.

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    1. Agree. More feminine shoes and it would have been perfect. And yes, nice hair .
      SiFi

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    2. She didn't wear Albert's shoes.

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  14. An appropriate and sober attire in which the small cross on the black jumper stands out. A tribute to the three people killed in their place of worship, which was a Catholic cathedral. I have always liked Princess Charlene and today more than ever.

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