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Fashion for the little royals Part 6: April 2014 - December 2014
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HereditaryPrincess 04-13-2014 10:22 AM

According to The Daily Mail, Prince George's outfits from his appearances in New Zealand have already sold out:

Gorgeous George... The baby fashion icon: How Prince's outfits have sparked a rush to the shops from ambitious parents | Mail Online

sancakli70 04-13-2014 12:11 PM


Originally Posted by HereditaryPrincess (Post 1656882)
According to The Daily Mail, Prince George's outfits from his appearances in New Zealand have already sold out:

Gorgeous George... The baby fashion icon: How Prince's outfits have sparked a rush to the shops from ambitious parents | Mail Online

Very sweet its seems like bavrian traditional dress

cdm 04-14-2014 01:45 AM

I find George's official outings clothes too old fashioned. But he does look very cute in them.

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carlota 04-14-2014 01:29 PM

it seems that kate likes to buy clothes for george in london's walton street, with two of her favourite shops being closeby: nursery window and blue almonds! marie chantal's shop is also on that street - will we soon see george dressed in her clothes?

Carminha Stalker 04-14-2014 05:43 PM

Iloved Georgeīs outfits. He is dressed like a baby his age should.

Spheno 04-16-2014 04:45 AM

The Royal romper: Prince George models the traditional baby outfit (and no, it's not a dress) | Mail Online

sancakli70 04-16-2014 05:10 AM

His clothes are traditional baby clothes from 80s and 90s its so sweet:smile:

Molly2101 04-16-2014 06:10 AM

I like that he is in traditional clothing. I have no problem with the old fashioned look the British royals tend to put on their children. Louise is often seen in traditional clothing and receives a lot of stick for it on other forums, but I have always thought it suitable and appropriate. To see girls dressed as girls is better than seeing them dressed as teens when they are 5.

TLLK 04-16-2014 09:39 AM

Molly-Plus Louise appears to be tall for her age so it becomes even more difficult to find the appropriate clothing. Cousins Beatrix and Eugenie grew up in an era when more traditional styles were in fashion when they were pre-teens. Boys can always fall back on the traditional suit and tie, but unless the dress is bespoke it does become more challenging to find the best outfit when the occasion calls for something formal. For example Maxima and Mathilde opted for custom made outfits for their daughters at the investitures in 2013.

HereditaryPrincess 04-16-2014 04:43 PM

It appears that traditional clothing is the 'signature look' for the young British Royals. It's sometimes like this in other Royal Houses too, if you look at old photos of the Duchess of Brabant, the Princess of Orange, Princess Alexia and sometimes the Two Infantas and Princess Estelle, they're often wearing traditional clothes too. Like Molly, I think it's nice that the royals put their children in sweet traditional dresses and black Mary-Janes, instead of jeans and a not-very-nice patterned t-shirt, which seems to be the fashion for most children nowadays.

Back to George, even though I've said what I said, I do think his romper suit was a little old fashioned. It reminds me of something that William (and Charles maybe) would've worn as a baby. I like his other outfit however. It looks comfy on him.
16 April

The Danish Children's outfits during their grandmother's birthday celebrations:

All Children ~ Christian, Vincent and Josephine ~ Vincent and Josephine ~ Christian, Isabella, Vincent and Josephine

Infanta Leonor and Infanta Sofia wearing cute casual outfits during a visit to the cinema:

Leonor ~ Sofia

Empress Merel 04-16-2014 05:00 PM

Leonor and Sofia are going to be complete fashionistas. Letizia dresses them quite on trend

Daria_S 04-16-2014 05:16 PM

I too love how the British royals dress their kids. Even when you see them in jeans, they look elegant. And presentable. George looks adorable in his romper, and I love the outfits if the Danish kids. Not too crazy about what the Infantas are wearing, however.

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LadyFinn 04-17-2014 11:34 AM

Estelle on Wednesday at the Skansen Aquarium
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Frelinghighness 04-17-2014 12:26 PM

No George's romper is not a dress, but not too long go, male children were dressed in skirts when they were still in diapers for convenience.
Dressing a baby in an all in one may be traditional but it makes sense to me Seeing babies in diapers with complicated, adult like clothing just looks so uncomfortable.
Once, they're out of diapers, then more form fitting looks ok.

Carminha Stalker 04-17-2014 04:29 PM

I wasnīt too keen on Leonorīs clothing or look. Sofia was dressed very nicely.Loved the way the Danish children were dressed . Estelle is always well dressed (didnīt like the booties).George is absolutely perfect in his clothing.

HereditaryPrincess 04-17-2014 05:12 PM

:previous: I have the same opinion on her boots, although they seem to go with her outfit. But overall, Estelle looked adorable in her little outfit and I love her skirt.

Tiggersk8 04-17-2014 05:41 PM

I haven't got a problem w/Estelle's boots, because if the weather's as cold and damp in Sweden as it is in Canada right now, I know any little one of mine would still be wearing their boots. I know how grumpy I feel when my feet are freezing. Can you imagine how a two year old would feel?

So...I think it was a wise move on Victoria's part to have Estelle still in her boots. JMO of course.

Yesterday certainly was a jackpot for all us on the Royal Children front, wasn't it? The Danish gang minus little Athena, Estelle w/Mommy and then wee George Down Under...Almost too much cuteness to handle!!

Oh and can I just say how thrilled I am to see George's outfits have smocking on them? I love that look on a young child and to see it done in the form of sailboats on the two outfits we've seen so far, it makes it very much "little boy" instead of frou frou if that makes sense. I really hope this helps bring smocking back, as it does look so nice on an outfit and it's long overdue for it to be seen again IMO.

Daria_S 04-17-2014 05:42 PM

Estelle looked really cute, even if the shoes were not to my liking.

Duke of Marmalade 04-20-2014 08:46 AM

Leonor & Sofia at Easter mass
Spanish Royals Attend Easter Mass in Palma de Mallorca | jose gegundez | photographer

Leonor in the same dress as on last year's christmas card

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