Where To Get Princess Charlotte's Perfect First Birthday Portrait Ensembles – and that Adorable Walker!

Where To Buy Princess Charlotte's First Birthday Portrait Ensembles
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05/01/2016 AT 12:30 PM EDT

Princess Charlotte is officially the most stylish toddler in the game – rivaled only by her brother Prince George, of course.

The little royal looked positively precious in photos released just ahead of her first birthday on May 2 – and other, non-royal cuties can totally steal her budget-friendly ensembles.

The Princess wore a floral print pink dress and a M&H pink cardigan (which she recently donned for a family portrait with Queen Elizabeth II) with thick pink ribbed tights by Amaia, which retail for $16, and Emma pre-walker shoes by Early Days in navy ($41).

Her brown hair was pulled back with a sweet bow clip, also by Amaia. The U.K. line's sweet accessories come in an array of colors (Charlotte also wears two shades of blue) and retail for between $3 and $12.



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"It's been manic ever since Prince George first wore our shoes," Paul Bolton, managing director of Early Days, previously told PEOPLE of Charlotte and her brother's pieces from the line, adding: "Things have really snowballed, but it's a good problem to have!"



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Princess Charlotte

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Enjoying playtime during the shoot, Princess Charlotte also pushed around The Toy Centre's Pintoy wooden baby walker with alphabet blocks, which is currently in stock for $71.59.

"We are thrilled to see Princess Charlotte with the Toy Centre baby walker," a spokesperson tells PEOPLE. "The royal children are often seen with traditional wooden toys as found at The Toy Centre, I think it shows how the family value the quality and beauty of traditional wooden toys."

In other pictures from the new set – taken by mom Princess Kate – Charlotte wears a similar floral print dress – which appears to be also from M&H – with her blue Amaia tights. The collared dress is this time complimented by a white cashmere sweater from Oliver Baby and Kids ($86 - $130).

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Princess Charlotte

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"We are delighted to see Princess Charlotte wearing our cream rose stitch cashmere cardigan for her 1st birthday celebrations," a spokesperson for Oliver Baby and Kids tells PEOPLE. "Named after Emma's (the founder of Olivier Baby and Kids) second daughter, Rose, this cardigan was one of the first ever designs. Princess Charlotte looks gorgeous in the hand knitted cardigan that is a timeless design lending itself to be passed on to generations and the stitch itself looks like a Rose.

First designed and hand knitted in 2011 when the company launched, the cardigan is everything the company stands for: exceptional quantity, a timeless and classical design with a hint of vintage tradition and and above all British."

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It's no question that parents look to Kate and Prince William's adorable children for baby fashion tips. When photos of Prince George wearing an adorable bathrobe to meet President Barack Obama hit the Internet, the My 1st Years item sold out almost immediately.

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Fans can currently pre-order the personalized robe, which is being re-stocked, for their newborn to 3-year-old. The terry cotton-toweling robe retails for $36.

"Our website has gone crazy ever since the photo was released," Daniel Price, founder of the online retailer previously exclusively told PEOPLE.
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