Princess Caroline visited the exhibition 'Monaco - Alexandria' at Villa Sauber

Princess Caroline wore a Cholita everyday double breasted, front button closure, wool-blend blazer from Blazé Milano

On December 16, 2021, Princess Caroline visited the exhibition ‘Monaco-Alexandria, the great detour: World-capitals and cosmopolitan Surrealism’ at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco (NMNM) - Villa Sauber in Monaco. The exhibition examines the parallel development of the surrealist movement in these two cities, celebrating the history of two major Mediterranean port-cities that nurtured vibrant communities of avant-garde artists during the early decades of the 20th century.

Princess Caroline wore a Cholita everyday double breasted, front button closure, wool-blend blazer from Blazé Milano

Princess Caroline wore a Cholita everyday double breasted, front button closure, wool-blend blazer from Blazé Milano

Princess Caroline wore a Cholita everyday double breasted, front button closure, wool-blend blazer from Blazé Milano

The exhibition will showcase modern art from Alexandria, including works never before shown outside Egypt. Curated by Morad Montazami and Madeleine de Colnet, founders of Zamân Books & Curating, the exhibition exploring cultural dialogue across the Mediterranean in the early 20th century will be open from December 17, 2021 to May 2, 2022.

Princess Caroline wore a Cholita everyday double breasted, front button closure, wool-blend blazer from Blazé Milano

Princess Caroline wore a Cholita everyday double breasted, front button closure, wool-blend blazer from Blazé Milano

Princess Caroline wore Blazé Milano Cholita everyday wool-blend blazer
Blazé Milano Cholita Everyday Wool-blend Blazer

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  1. Joli blazer camel croisé dont le dessin sur le bord des poches est subtilement travaillé ; un peu plus court sur une jupe droite, le tout combiné avec ses bottes en daim, cela serait parfait !

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  2. Great blazer. A pity her skirt is a bit too large. This is how to wear black boots Camilla ! The boots of the woman with the pink coat should be replaced by plain black boots.

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    1. I must correct myself I meant Caroline should wear a "pencil skirt" instead of this one.

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    2. Reading comments here above we could conclude : plain black (possibly suede) boots are ok with a straight skirt nicely fitting. But Camilla never wears such skirts, she sticks to her style, well adapted to her morphology, but not so trendy. She is however a fan of wearing comfortable boots whenever possible. She is probably aware that her boots are not the top, compared with those of Letizia or Maxima. I think her taste has to be respected by blogging colleagues. That would IMV exclude words like "send them to the dustbin" and some others.
      Princess Caroline is more lucky by having thinner legs and still feels ok with some high heels. That the difference I see.

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    3. @MaryT I don't think the dislike of Camilla's boots comes from the style so much as the fact that that they seem to be permanently adhered to her feet. She has the access and means to acquire a few new pairs in different colors that would compliment some of her clothes better than than the black boots. There have also been questions about her wearing the boots indoors when she could or should have worn shoes. I am making no judgements about wearing boots indoors. I think it depends on the style of the boots and outfit.

      As long as we don't start seeing visible patching or anything similar to what we see on some of Charles' suits . . .~d

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    4. There is no shame in wearing patched clothes or using only one pair of boots (well, she could have several similar pairs, who knows :-) ), not even if you are a royal. It's only sensible and ecological. And for non-royals, that might be an economical question as well.
      Paula

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  3. The more white hair, the less beige or camel in the wardrobe (or accessorize with lively colours for blouse/top/scarf/necklace etc). (-Ann.)

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    1. I agree.

      When my hair turned "natural platinum", rather quickly, I found I had to change my make-up and clothing choices to be more complimentary. It took a bit of expiramentation.

      ...Marie

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  4. An elegant lady who I think has style no matter what she wears
    JP

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    1. yes, fairly easy for thin women. Kilos make style more difficult.

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  5. Very nice combination, but I would like to see the double- breasted blazer closed,
    Josh

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  6. I love the blazer in cut and colour, the skirt looks just right to me as well. It has the perfect length to go with the boots and on Caroline the oversized + oversized silhouette of this outfits looks quite sophisticated, esp. with the fitted blouse underneath.
    Yana

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  7. The Princess looks lovely, this is a wonderful blazer, the colour camel is glorious, I love this shade. Love the suede boots, and bag. The necklace looks very interesting, it would be nice to see that up close.

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  8. In my book you can’t go wrong with camel, the blazer is fabulous, slightly oversized but not boxy, paired with a neutral blouse and a maxi necklace to bring in a little bling.
    I disagree that a pencil skirt would have looked better, in my opinion boots need a little flare around the knee , a very tailored skirt would make it way less elegant.
    Comparing Camilla’s boots to Caroline’s is just not equivalent, somebody mentioned above that we have to take the Duchess’s taste into account… indeed we do, but liking a certain type of shoe wear is not the same as making it work, in some instances they are appropriate, outdoors, sporting events etc… but pairing them with a delicate winter dress is not good.
    Cherry

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    1. I could not agree more, again….
      Lily T.

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    2. Princess Caroline's blazer is not oversized. It is because it is unbutonned.
      The problem with Camilla has not always to do with her style but with the bad combinations she often makes. And she could do something different with her hair too. It doesn't match her style .

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  9. Great, classic look! Caroline looks so chic in this outfit--the clean lines, the no-fuss look is elevated by her elegance.

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  10. @MaryT.
    If Camilla's taste has to be respected OK, but are we not supposed to respect the taste of other royal ladies too ? This is a fashion site and when Camilla or another duchess, princess or queen make a fashion mistake we must be able to express our opinion. By the way you do not have to wear sky high heels to look more elegant, a little heel makes all the difference.

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