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Princess Charlotte Is Destined to Become a”Style Icon”

When Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge chose a pretty Rachel Riley dress for Princess Charlotte’s sixth birthday shoot this weekend, she probably didn’t expect it would make her daughter an overnight style icon. But it’s a case of like mother, like daughter—Princess Charlotte has proven to be a trend setter just like Kate. The distinctive…

When Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge picked a pretty Rachel Riley dress for Princess Charlotte’s sixth birthday take this weekend, she likely did not anticipate it’d make her daughter an overnight style icon. Nonetheless, it’s a case of like mother, like daughter–Princess Charlotte has been demonstrated to be a trend setter like Kate. The distinctive apparel, which retails at #59, has sold out according to Riley–but it will be back soon. 

Riley, who’s used to her job being worn with royal children (Prince George is a lover of her corduroy heritage shorts along with Peter Pan collared shirts) was thrilled when she found Princess Charlotte was wearing her puff-sleeve button down dress for the birthday photoshoot. “It was such a treat to see Princess Charlotte wearing our button front floral dress to mark her sixth birthday! She looks so happy in the picture,” Riley explained. “We look forward to seeing Princess Charlotte’s style develop as she continues to grow and mature and we have no doubt she will become as much of a style icon as her mother is.”

Since joining the royal household ten years ago, the Duchess has become famous for its”Kate effect,” with the designer things she wears for people outings flying off the shelves immediately after. Kate, that likes to groom her kids in traditional heritage-style clothing, is a big fan of Rachel’s classic designs. Some, such as the piped shirt with a Peter Pan collar and blue shorts that Prince George has worn out, are virtually identical to outfits Prince William wore as a boy. 

While Charlotte is frequently dressed in Spanish designers picked by the family nanny Maria Borrallo, Kate does have a few favorite stores where she buys kids’s clothing. As well as Trotters on Kensington High Street and Peter Jones in Sloane Square, She’s a regular customer at Rachel Riley’s flagship Marylebone shop. Charlotte has many Riley dresses, such as a comparable button-front dress she wore to observe the garden made by her mother at the Chelsea Flower Show at 2019.

“It’s fun to see that this dress is a style which is as pretty on a four-year-old as it is for a six-year-old,” Riley said. “The dress she wore when she was four featured a delicate, ditsy print in pastel pink, blue and yellow, whereas the style she wore in her most recent picture, she chose a larger print in stronger colors. This print has bigger pink flowers on a navy background, which is in keeping with the choice of older girls who tend to migrate towards bolder fashion choices.”

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