Um, I surely wouldn't want to follow Grace Kelly in the line up of Princesses of Monaco, but I have to say that Charlene Wittstock is a beauty in her own right.
The couple was married in a civil ceremony at the Palace which will be followed by a religious service tomorrow including an evening of fireworks. People.com reports that the Princess will be wearing a custom Georgio Armani gown on Saturday, and in true Royalty fashion, the design is super hush hush.
Here are some of my playful predictions:
What I would like to see on this beauty is a tailored, and sleek shape that does not mimic Grace Kelly's or Kate Middleton's look. I am sure that lace will be incorporated somewhere, but I hope that she keeps it to on the bodice and veil...not sleeves.
It is no secret that Romona Keveza's Fall 2011 Legends collection has been inspired by the royal ceremonies,
but her subtle individualist twists make them remarkable.
L242 is an off the shoulder silk satin fluted shaped skirt that screams elegance, and the body skimming shape would do wonders for the former Olympic swimmer.
L248 is a romantic gown made of Point d'Esprit lace (dotted), deminsional hand crafted flowers and a cap sleeve bolero adorned in the same lace and flower design.
Nothing would thrill me more than to see her go out of the box, and choose a design similar to these Lazaro gowns. She has the height and the beauty for fabulous layers and textured skirts. Now, does she have the confidence to pull them off....we shall see! ;)