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Brigitte Macron Wears Blue Symbolic Suit for French Elections

First Lady of France Brigitte Macron was seen leaving a voting station in Le Touquet-Paris-Plage on Sunday with her husband, President Emmanuel Macron, during the country’s second round of legislative elections. The couple presented a united front, while Brigitte displayed a chic monochrome look.

For the occasion, Brigitte Macron favored a tailored suit ensemble. She wore a monochrome blue suit consisting of tailored trousers, a single-breasted blazer, and a coordinated button-down shirt, all in the same vibrant shade of blue. The color closely aligned with the hues of Emmanuel Macron’s Renaissance political party and one of the colors in the French flag.

Brigitte Macron complemented her outfit with a pair of pointed-toe patent leather sapphire heels. Adding a touch of elegance, France’s first lady accessorized with a few dainty pieces of jewelry and completed her look with a pair of sunglasses.

President Emmanuel Macron also opted for a refined ensemble. He wore a tailored suit featuring a white button-down shirt, a dark tie, and a double-breasted blazer. He added a patriotic touch with a pin on the lapel of his blazer.

Monochrome dressing is a trend the first lady has embraced recently. During Queen Rania and King Abdullah II of Jordan’s visit to France on June 24, Brigitte Macron wore a monochrome white skirt suit which included a double-breasted blazer with an exaggerated collar. She matched her pointed-toe heels to her sleek attire for the occasion.

On June 6, for the 80th anniversary of D-Day, she showcased another monochrome white look, opting for a long-sleeve white coatdress. The coatdress featured large exposed buttons and a defined belted waist.

Her look coordinated with Queen Camilla of the United Kingdom’s ensemble. The queen consort donned a midi dress by Anna Valentine with detailing on the lapels of the collar and the sides of her long sleeves. The monochrome motif remains a cornerstone of Brigitte Macron’s wardrobe, embodying timeless quality and versatility. It’s a style choice the first lady will likely continue to embrace.

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