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Princess Charlene in Dior Sunglasses

Princess Charlene in Dior Sunglasses

The Dior Sunglasses - Fit for a Princess

The world has an interesting fascination with royal families. People want to know what they are wearing and where they got it from. But no other lady is more revered for her style than Princess Charlene of Monaco. At an event celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Monagesque throne, she was spotted wearing a lovely pair of the Dior sunglasses. We have found a much newer and more popular model that rivals the original (the Dior Exquise) - it's the Dior Glisten 1. Both models are almost identical in the detailing and adornment on the temples and frame arms.

dior glisten 1 sunglasses

The lovely event was celebrated at the Prince’s Palace in Monaco. The royal family of Monaco has been celebrated as one of the most compassionate, caring and stylish families of the last century. With A-list stars like Grace Kelly as part of their family tree, it is very clear to see why. All gathered for the celebration were pleased to hear the Princess give her first speech in French; the multi-lingual royal beauty is not only virtuous and kind but intellectual and well accomplished.

Her Royal Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco was draped head to toe in Dior and wearing suede calfskin pumps from the French brand as well. IT only made sense to crown the look with these striking Dior sunglasses, the Dior Glisten 1. It was such a sight to see, her wearing the French brand to deliver the speech in the classy language. Others members of the royal family including Charlotte Casiraghi were gathered at the palace square in order to celebrate and take in the milestone. They were all dressed up in the latest designer garb, wearing a lovely array of designer sunglasses. Some brands that were spotted include Oliver Peoples and Persol.
Having aged gracefully with her Sharon Stone-Esque looks that these Dior sunglasses highlight so perfectly, the Princess is indeed a style maven we need to keep on our radar.


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