23, Feb 2018 | Fashion
Whenever and wherever they’re photographed, Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s outfits spark hundreds of headlines, generate thousands of pounds’ worth of copycat orders and usually crash a retailer’s website in the process. They’re little fashion icons. Today, we’re going to present you some of Prince George and Princess Charlotte‘s favourite fashion brands. Your toddlers are going to love it!
Seen at Princess Charlotte‘s christening, and on his royal tour of New Zealand, Brit label Rachel Riley has become a Prince George favourite, thanks to its retro-inspired childrenswear designs. The house specials include sailboat motifs and little tuxedos.
Princess Charlotte wooed everyone on the Cambridge family’s tour of Canada when she embraced bunnies, babies and, um, balloons alike in this adorable Pepa & Co dress with a bow at the back. Prince George also has a lot of pieces by the Spanish childrenswear label in his wardrobe.
Prince George also embraced a new label the family’s tour, wearing a Wild & Gorgeous’ ‘Harry’ jumper.
What did you achieve in your first few hours on the planet? When Princess Charlotte was carried out of the Lindo Wing, draped in a GH Hurt & Son shawl, the brand saw 100,000 people from 183 countries visit their website in less than 24 hours. A future trend-setter.
There was a frenzy on the Cath Kidston website when jaunty Prince George had this Blue Steel moment in their toy-soldiers tank top.
Ever wondered where Princess Charlotte gets all her frilly cardigans, bloomers and rompers from? M&H is the responsible party, crafting her mini pie-crust-collar dresses by the dozen.
Emma Davison worked at Cath Kidston before setting up her own label in 2011, her first design being a cashmere cardigan called the Rose. Her first royal customer? Princess Charlotte, who wore the knit in her official birthday pictures.
Charlotte’s balcony debut outfit (bows and all) was made by Chelsea boutique Amaia Kids. They’re also her go-to for pastel-coloured tights and a good pair of frilly socks.
A king of casual Friday, evidently, Prince George greeted former US President Barack Obama in this customised robe from My 1st Years, teamed with velvet slippers. The picture launched a hundred memes, as the world praised ‘straight-up G’ for being the only person on the planet who could get away with greeting the president in their jammies.