The young princess always looks adorable. We've done our best to find out where Princess Charlotte's clothes are from or the best high street copycats!
It is hard to find anyone who doesn’t smile at pictures of Prince George and Princess Charlotte. While the little royals steal the spotlight, their cute clothes and retro-inspired outfits also draw plenty of attention too.
Much like her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, people are desperate to find out where Princess Charlotte’s clothes are from and the items normally sell out instantly- with a royal price tag too!
The most recent event in the royal calendar was Trooping the Colour. Princess Charlotte was spotted looking pretty in pink with the rest of the royals on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to view the spectacle.
Charlotte, who has recently turned two, wore a pink spotted smock dress with puffed sleeves and embroidered waistband. Her mother Kate wowed in an on-trend bright pink dress which was perfectly matched to Princess Charlotte’s outfit.
While Princess Charlotte’s clothes are normally difficult to get your hands on, we’ve found a perfect copy for her pretty pink dress…
Princess Charlotte’s Clothes: The best look-a-likes
The perfect copy
Annafie Pink Floral Cotton Hand-Smocked Dress, £63
This pink floral smock dress is one of the closest we could find to the princess’s actual dress. The floral patten gives off the same effect as the polka-dots and it has the same puffed sleeves. The chest is embroidered with a delicate rosebud pattern and has a classic peter pan collar. The dress is also available in blue and is available online.
The affordable option
Joules Emeline Woven Dress, from £24.95
This neon pink rose spot dress from Joules is lovely, bright and perfect for summer. It has larger dots than the one Charlotte wore but once again has a similar shape with frills that make it suitable for any occasion. The dress is available for children aged from two years up to 12, the price varies depending on the size.
Get the complete look
If you want to complete the look, it appears that Princess Charlotte wore a pair of shoes from Doña Carmen. This is the same style of shoes that she wore on the royal Canadian tour.
The shoes cost just over £26 and are available online.
There is a less expensive pair from the same brand which cost just over £17. They have a button detailed strap rather than a buckle. They are also available in a variety of colours.
So, the little princess continues to be a huge source of outfit inspiration and a trend setter just like her mother. Will you be heading out to buy a copycat look for your little one?