When it comes to royal fashion inspiration, we're normally likely to look to the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan Markle - whose style picks always go down a storm with fans.
But recently, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie have upped their game in the fashion stakes – swapping their famously outrageous hats for chic, stylish options.
So when we heard that one of Princess Eugenie’s favourite dresses was now on sale from one of our favourite stores, Whistles, we certainly sat up and listened.
The soon-to-be married royal has relied on the gorgeous Belize Silk Dobby dress from Whistles on many occasions now – and given how pretty the ditsy floral print piece is, we’re not surprised.
With a demure, mid-length, and high-collar, it’s smart and appropriate for a member of the royal family – but its frilled sleeves and button detail, and gorgeous floral print, ensures it is super-stylish too.
Most recently, Eugenie wore the dress to a Louis Vuitton event, with a pair of knee-high boots.
Excitingly, the dress is currently on sale at Whistles for a fraction of its original price. Previously available for £179, it’s now selling for just £125 – a brilliant price for a piece of royal-approved clothing. Buy it here!
However, given its popularity, it’s also selling out fast. The dress is now only available in a size 14 and 16 on the Whistles website, and is sold out in all other sizes.
The same is also true of the dress on the Endorce website.
But fear not – if none are still available in your size, there are some similar lookalikes of Eugenie’s dress on the high street.
This black floral print item is on sale at H&M, and available for the very reasonable price of £10!
Or, this pretty option from Dorothy Perkins is also a brilliant alternative – and far more affordable, at just £25.59.
Of course, Princess Eugenie’s biggest fashion moment yet is still set to come, on her 12th October wedding day. No news has yet been confirmed about who is designing the gown – but we’re sure it’ll be as pretty and unique as Eugenie’s normal style.