It's no wonder so many little girls grow up wanting to be princesses. Princesses have it made: They attend state dinners, liaise with politicians and fellow royals, and look damn near perfect while doing it. Just look at Kate Middleton. It makes sense, then, that Sophia Webster, a designer known for bold, feminine footwear, would choose female monarchs as her muse for the British accessories brand's second collection with Puma.
Launching on March 17, Puma x Sophia Webster redux will include platform sneakers, slides, and athleisure-inspired jackets, T-shirts, tutus, tights, tank tops, and pants awash in glitter and hand-drawn prints—a more girly girl take on the debut collaboration of dance-inspired sportswear. The second batch will follow on May 12 and feature summer-appropriate (though no less princess-y) shoes emblazoned with dragon fruit, kiwis, and watermelon.
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"Empowering women to be who they want to be has always been in my design DNA," Webster recently told InStyle. "This season, my muse is a strong, uninhibited girl who's unapologetically feminine and wants her clothing to reflect her personality. She's confident enough to be exactly who she wants to be."
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While creating the range, Webster chose from Puma's most princess-esque fabrics, like glitter and metallics, pastels with bold flashes of fluorescent orange trim, and ombré feather patterns. Though it's tough to pick a favorite, her choice piece is the pastel color fade split-sole sneaker (pictured, above). We'd say they're fit for a modern princess. Here's looking at you, Meghan Markle.