Charlene Wittstock and the elegance of the future princess of Monaco

Charlene Wittstock and the elegance of the future princess of Monaco


The former backstroke swimmer deserves an award for her fashion taste in clothing! Charlene Wittstock, the bride of Albert II of Monaco, bluff us by her chameleon style: sometimes in evening dress, sometimes in slim black giving a glam rock look, South African, 33, knows what enhance her athletic body.

Since her engagement to Prince Albert, Charlene Wittstock relies on fashion houses and has especially chosen Armani to create her wedding dress that we will discover on 1 July 2011. Loyal to the brand Akris and artistic director Albert Krimler, the beautiful shows up at every social gatherings and charity, most often in strapless dress, which show her beauty swimmer’s shoulders.

Fan of nude color and pastel shades, which give a natural and elegant style, Charlene Wittstock also likes to reveal her side through funky asymmetrical dresses, that she particularly likes. In princess dresses at charity parties to which she attends with her future husband, she will go to the concert of Iggy Pop and explodes on the dance floor in rock look and black ballet flats.

Charlene Wittstock natural and elegant in nude colorsAt the 62nd edition of the Red Cross Ball in Monte Carlo in July 2010, Charlene Wittstock wears a nude long dress Armani Privé and a crossover neckline, revealing an elegantly shoulder.

Similar style to the wedding of Victoria of Sweden and Daniel Westling, 19 June 2010 in Stockholm. The bride of Albert of Monaco wear a nude strapless dress Elie Saab with a veil over the shoulders.

Asymmetric style of Charlene Wittstock

On the occasion of the Lancia 2010 festival for the Nelson Mandela association, the beautiful poses with her future husband, in asymmetric blue strapless and molding satin skirt.

But the track record, returns to her gray satin asymmetrical dress at the Jet Set Party’s F1 Grand Prix in May 2011, simple but chic.