Wednesday, April 03, 2013
 (Left to right) Pierre Casiraghi and Charlotte Casiraghi attend the "Bal De La Rose Du Rocher" in aid of the Foundation Princess Grace on the 150th Anniversary of the SBM at Sporting Monte-Carlo, Monte-Carlo, Monaco

Charlotte Casiraghi (she of the Movie Star perfect looks), the daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover attended the "Bal De La Rose Du Rocher" last week in Monte-Carlo Monaco, wearing a high-low feathered rose pink gown from Chanel Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2013.

Chanel Spring/Summer 2013

 Charlotte Casiraghi in Chanel Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2013-Bal De La Rose Du Rocher Monte-Carlo Monaco

The dress is pretty--and she of course, looked like her mother did twenty years ago--almost identical:

 Good Genes: Mom Princess Caroline, in her twenties

What I'm not a fan of are those black shoes Charlotte wore with the dress. Why? Pourquoi Charlotte?
Now, speaking of her mother, Princess Caroline of Hanover...

 Monaco Couture: (left to right) Princess Caroline of Hanover, Princess Charlene of Monaco and Prince Albert II of Monaco at the "Bal De La Rose Du Rocher" in aid of the Foundation Princess Grace on the 150th Anniversary of the SBM at Sporting Monte-Carlo, Monte-Carlo, Monaco.

Princess Caroline--ever so the devoted Chanel Couture client--wore Chanel Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2012. Her ensemble featured an intricate hand-beaded flower embellished tweed bolero jacket, creme silk blouse with matching tweed trim and black silk crepe skirt.

 Chanel Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2012

 Princess Caroline of Hanover in Chanel Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2012 and Cartier accessories, "Bal De La Rose Rocher" Monte-Carlo, Monaco

Her look was finished with a heart-shape Cartier perplex pendant, similar Cartier perplex tier drop earrings, and a black satin new logo Cartier clutch. Chic and timeless. Oh, and PS: Congratulations to Princess Caroline for becoming a grandmother: her son Andrea just had a child (Sacha Casiraghi) with his partner, heiress and socialite Tatiana Santo Domingo.

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