Stylish at Seventeen Months: Princess Charlotte

With national spotlight constantly hovering over Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge (more colloquially known as Kate Middleton), she must ensure her daughter looks just as polished. Even at the tender age of seventeen months, Princess Charlotte has a closet that most toddlers (or their mothers) would covet. According to Monique Jessen of People, it is rare that such a young child “be credited with influencing fashion on a global scale, but Princess Charlotte is becoming quite the style icon.”

Similar to her mother, clothing that Princess Charlotte wears often sells out extremely quickly both in-stores and online. In fact, “a poll released last week claimed that 1 in every 5 parents say they consider Princess Charlotte to be a major style icon for their children – and the shopping statistics back it up,” according to Emma Spedding of The Telegraph. Coined as the “Princess Charlotte Effect,” this tiny tot’s classic, tasteful style becomes extremely popular in a minuscule amount of time. Certainly, Princess Charlotte’s clothing and overall style appeals to parents around the globe.

Take a look at some of Princess Charlotte’s most iconic looks!


Works Cited

Jessen, Monique. “Move Over Prince George! Why Princess Charlotte Is the
Ultimate Style Setter.” People, Time Inc., 3 Oct. 2016, people.com/royals/
move-over-prince-george-why-princess-charlotte-is-the-ultimate-style-setter/.
Accessed 20 Oct. 2016.

Spedding, Emma. “The Princess Charlotte Effect: inside the clothing frenzy
caused by a Royal one-year-old.” The Telegraph, Telegraph Media Group
Limited, 1 May 2016, www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/people/
the-princess-charlotte-effect-inside-the-clothing-frenzy-caused/. Accessed
20 Oct. 2016.

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