Which Disney Princess will you be?

Yes ladies, our dreams have FINALLY come true!

Thanks to the release of the Cinderella movie, dressing like a Disney princess is officially fash!

And we don’t just mean for kids parties, either. From Dolce & Gabbana and Emilia Wickstead to Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton, designers by the limo load have been championing the trend in their new season collections.

Celeb fave footwear label Jimmy Choo partnered up with Disney to design a glass slipper which Cinderella star Lily James wore to the premiere in Berlin, while cosmetics brand MAC have created an entire make up collection. Our very own princess Kate Middleton has even been out working the look in a floaty baby blue maxi dress. Princess by name, princess by nature!

But it’s not just Cinders style that has taken fashion land by storm.

Style icon Olivia Palermo looks like she’s been raiding Pocahontas‘ wardrobe with her latest fringed suede look, while TOWIE star Danielle Armstrong has come across all Princess Jasmine with intricate embellishment and silky fabrics.

The best news is that you don’t need a Princess worthy bank balance to get the look, as the high street is awash with Disney designs. Huzzah!

We love ChiChi London’s floaty maxi and New Look’s bejewelled hair band which are both perfect for proms and weddings. And just check out DaisyStreet’s fringed jacket – it’s a steal at under £30 and will look great with denim shorts and a floppy hat come summer. We can’t guarantee that Pocahontas’ rafting skills are included though…

If you’re loving Danielle’s Jasmine look, then call off the search, as Virgos Lounge is your one stop shop for Aladdin approved styles. A magic carpet ride might not be on the cards but with these princess worthy buys at least you’ll look the part!

All that’s left to do is bag the fit prince. We’re waiting for your call, Prince Harry!


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