On Monday, October 24, Brigitte and Emmanuel Macron traveled to Rome for an audience with the pope. To go to the Vatican, the first lady had to respect a specific dress code. The watchword: elegance.
The presidential couple arrived in Rome on Sunday, October 23, 2022, for their papal audience the next day. The president of the Republic Emmanuel Macron and his wife were received at Vatican to address the topic of war in Ukraine and the debate on the end of life in France .
This was the couple's third meeting with the pape . They therefore both had knowledge of the dress code that must be applied in the presence of the sovereign pontiff. The wearing of dark clothes is in fact, obligatory . This is why Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron One wore a dark blue suit and tie, the other a black dress.
Only some women have the privilege to wear white , these are sovereigns or consorts bearing the hereditary title of the most catholic king (very catholic). This is particularly the case of Charlene of Monaco and of Letizia of Spain . Women must also have covered shoulders, no neckline, as well as a skirt or dress falling below the knees, and closed shoes. Wearing a veil is also recommended, but Brigitte Marcon chose to do without and opted for a dress with puff sleeves and pussy bow , length just below the knees, accessorized with suede pumps and a banana bun. An outfit that is once again very elegant and respects the codes of the event.
Like all first ladies, Brigitte Macron and her outfits arouse curiosity. If she has earned the gratifying nickname of ' first lady of chic ' and that the Instagram accounts dedicated to her style are flourishing, the president's wife has never ceased to amaze with her modernity and her fashion choices since her arrival at the Elysée alongside Emmanuel Macron in May 2017. While during the presidential campaign , her style of dress casual chic and her natural relaxation could offer points of sympathy to her husband, her appearance has, since the latter's election, evolved a little.
If we can easily find photos of Brigitte Macron since she lives in the presidential palace, there are far fewer of the period when she was madame Trogneux , young french teacher . At the time, she was still anonymous, cultivating a very classic style, even preppy with her hair done in a ponytail. Blazers, suits, shirts and scarves made up her wardrobe. Later, she wears jeans, jackets and sneakers which always make her approachable. And for her marriage to the future president in 2007, it was in a short straight dress associated with an immaculate jacket that she said 'yes' to the one with whom she was 24 years apart.
During the Bercy meeting in April 2017, she appeared for the first time in a more formal outfit, as the presidential campaign required. She is then dressed in a white tuxedo style trouser suit whose jacket she wears a few days later in a gray version. It was in August 2015 that she refined the 'Brigitte Style' that we know, following his meeting with Delphine Arnault , deputy general manager of Louis Vuitton . This one blows him some dress advice for his public appearances. Between big houses and French designers such as Balmain or Louis Vuitton, her wardrobe is more sophisticated. We see her regularly in a straight dress, often in a suit jacket and trousers or an officer's jacket, and always in pumps. For her husband's two investitures, she always wears a straight dress (lavender blue in 2017, white in 2022) associated with a short jacket with buttons signed Louis Vuitton.
Judging by the street style photos, in her everyday life or during walks in Le Touquet, she is particularly fond of jeans sick associated with sneakers with thick soles signed No Name and a suit jacket or sailor top. Sometimes she dares the pants in add close to the body or put on one of her eternal shift dresses. A very up-to-date wardrobe, reflecting its image as working woman following trends.
French first lady, Brigitte Macron supports the hexagonal creation . Her favorite designers? Nicolas Ghesquiere , artistic director of Louis Vuitton , or Olivier Rousteing, at the head of Balmain when she's not falling for an outfit Barbara Bui .
Dressing like the first lady couldn't be simpler: slip on some skinny jeans, wear wedge sneakers, pair that with a shoulder pad blazer, and accessorize it all with a pair of smoky sunglasses. For a less casual look, take out the pumps and a dress style Brigitte Macron - always straight - matched with a suit jacket. In winter, opt for a long coat with officer buttons. You are ready !Source journaldesfemmes.fr