Why Princess Charlotte isn't allowed to wear dresses yet

Why Princess Charlotte Isn't Allowed to Wear Dresses Yet
Why Princess Charlotte Isn't Allowed to Wear Dresses Yet


Remember Princess Charlotte's baptism photos? They were shot by Mario Testino and, they were perfection. However, that will be the last time we see the little princess in a dress for quite a while.

Where you'd think Duchess Kate would have a closet chock full of the most precious, miniature dresses for baby Charlotte, the mom of two actually has to stick to one-piece rompers and play suits until the little princess turns one.

Photos from Princess Charlotte's christening:

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The reason for that is because, as one source says, "they're a traditional family. I'm sure that she'll wear baby suits for the first year, and then only when she's walking will she then move into dresses. Even in terms of separates, I don't think she'll be wearing separates until much later."

So, who is this trusted source? Meet Rachel Riley! Rachel's a London based children's wear designer, and she's Duchess Kate's designer of choice when it comes to her children.

Rachel is the creative mind behind some of Prince George's most adorable outfits. Remember when little George wore this baby blue outfit (get the look for less here)? Yup, those were by Rachel Riley. And who could forget about those smocked sailboat overalls (check out this similar style)? That was Rachel as well. And guess what? Rachel also sells a sailboat dress! How cute is that?

We're definitely imagining that Duchess Kate won't be able to resist a matchy-matchy moment, but when the time is right of course. Because for now, until Charlotte's turns one next May, or until she starts walking, all those sweet little dresses are on hold.

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