Charlene from Monaco changes her style: now she wears white hair, pullover and sneakers

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Charlène Grimaldi is an animal rights princess: she visited a dog shelter with a new hair color and a new fall look, simple and chic.

Author: Beatrice Manca

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The elegance of simplicity. After a glamorous appearance at the Paris fashion shows, charlene from monaco back to work and the looks you love the most: essential, practical and chic. For autumn, the princess decided to change her look, lightening her hair again (which is now white silver) and ditching bon ton dresses in favor of rockier details like dark nail polish and leopard print accessories. Charlene’s last appearance moved her subjects: the princess visited an animal shelterlaunching an appeal in favor of adopting dogs looking for a family.

Charlene’s chic Monaco look for autumn

Charlène Wittstock is an animal rights princess, famous for her sensitive nature and love for animals. Over the years, she has publicly supported some environmental causes and is now president of the Munich animal protection society, SPA. On her official profile, the princess shared a photo that depicts her in a shelter, petting the dogs. For the occasion, she chose a simple and elegant look, perfect for autumn days. She wore a turtleneck sweater from akris in merino wool, combined with camel-colored cigarette pants from the same brand (one of her favorites, so much so that she is in the front row of the shows).

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The princess completed the look with some accessories that reveal her rock soul: dark nail polish on her hands and hard leopard-print bracelets. Thanks to the new haircut, sincere and very short, the final effect was chic and cheerful at the same time: a little Grace Kelly, a little Audrey Hepburn, but with a more contemporary accent. Once again, Charlene from Monaco did not give up on a designer detail: she wore a transparent sneaker from the brand. Christian Louboutin.

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The “Galativi” model costs 545 euros on the brand’s website and is made in Italy in mesh and suede. More and more royals are giving up heels to show off comfortable and stylish flats: Letizia from Spain had to do it for health reasons, Charlène for practicality. Either way, style is no longer a matter of inches!

Source: Fan Page IT