Tuesday, 6 October 2015

All-in-One Fun For Princess Charlotte

It's been reported that we won't be seeing charlotte in a dress until she turns one, so with that in mind we’ve picked out the cutest selection of one-pieces that would make a perfect addition to the little royal’s autumn wardrobe

We know that the royal's love to dress George in traditional outfits, so we're sure they'll love this cute outfit. With a feminine pink design and a classic peter pan collar this is the cutest casual piece for Charlotte. 

Mixing a heritage style and print with a modern fabric is what makes this denim one-piece stand out. With Kate being a modern-day princess we imagine she'll love seeing her daughter in this little denim outfit. 

Having previously dressed George in a Cath Kidston slip-over for his official Christmas photo, we can only assume that the royal's are a fan of the brand's iconic prints. These dungaree's are ideal for warmer autumn days or layered for cooler weather. 

In deep autumnal shades, we think this babygrow will look super sweet teamed with a pair of corduroy trousers. But for days where Charlotte is practising her crawling skills around the palace, this lightweight one-piece will be perfect on it's own. 

A far more modern pick for the little princess, this dungaree set is in the traditional British red, white and blue and features a stunning floral design. We can imagine Will and Kate teaming this outfit with a pair of their favourite Early Day's pre-walkers

One for the cooler days, this thick wool and cotton mix babygrow will be ideal for days spent travelling or mornings at home. The fair isle print gives this a festive vibe and we hope that this is what Charlotte will wake up in on Christmas morning. 

In a beautiful forest green shade this four piece set would be a great outfit for Charlotte's next public appearance. The warm fabrics and traditional heritage style is a perfect pick for the royal's little wardrobe. 


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