All eyes are on them, and although we refuse to do it again, here we are, debating between two women and which of the two dresses better. And once again it has happened again,Camilla or Brigitte Macron, each with her own style and the whole world debating who has more style or who has been more successful with her look. And there we do not have any doubt, we are left with Brigitte Macron, just like in the fun ping-pong game they played to the astonishment of everyone. If last night a stylistic duel took place at the banquet in Versailles with two striking looks in ‘navy blue’, this time they decided to face each other face to face in a sporting challenge that we couldn’t have liked more. Camilla in black and white with her more sober and classic style, and Brigitte with her exquisite French style, chic, fashionable and much more youthful despite her 70 years, compared to Camilla’s 75.
For this Thursday day in Paris, Queen Camilla has left blue aside to wear a classic black and white outfit signed by Fiona Clare, a basic in the wardrobe royal, which could represent the style of any of our grandmothers, but in this case it is that of the Queen of England. Nothing to do with Brigitte Macron with that French ‘je ne se quoi’ that we like so much. And there is nothing more Parisian than a red tweed jacket, the fabric par excellence of the ‘French maison’, Chanel.
A long tweed jacket with a high collar and gold buttons that the French first lady has combined perfectly with some very stylish straight black pants and her perfect blonde hair, very French, perfectly combed as usual.