Let’s be Princesses!

What little girl didn’t want to be a Princess growing up? Disney Prinesses are magical! Maybe you wanted to be Cinderella, Ariel or Mulan? Maybe you wanted to be a different Princess every day of the week? Who could blame you! They are all amazing and it’s about time someone made a Princess collection so we can dress like one everyday of the week.

That’s where Kohl’s new Disney’s Cinderella Collection comes in! This collection is girly, whimsical and carefree. Check out how cute Lauren Conrad looks in her LC by Lauren Conrad Cinderella Collection!

I’ve been enchanted by Lauren Conrad’s spin on the Cinderella Collection. The Glass Slipper Sweater and the Tulle Skirt is one of my favorite looks and how adorable is that Organza Bow-Back Dress? After exploring her collection, I noticed Kohl’s Disney’s Cinderella Collection spans wider than just the LC by Lauren Conrad brand. The offering includes casual graphic tees, like the Tulip-Back Tank pictured below, and dressier pieces like the Rosette Strapless Dress. You can seriously dress like a Disney Princess for every occasion! My favorite part of the collection is they don’t scream “Princess”. These pieces give a subtle nod and a modern take on the Princess we all know and love, Cinderella. And if Cinderella isn’t the Princess you had your heart set on, you’re in luck! It sounds like Cinderella is the first Princess to get a Kohl’s collection, but not the last! We can expect the next launch in May. Until then, shop the looks below and let me know what you love and hate in the comments!

Kohl's Disney Cinderella Collection

Pink Ruffle Lace Dress ($33) / Floral Printed Halter Dress ($33) / LC Lauren Conrad Organza Bow-Back Dress ($60) / Blue Rosette Strapless Dress ($122) / LC Lauren Conrad Bow Applique Camisole ($33) / Pink and Green Tulle Skirts ($48) / Tulip-Back Tank ($21) / LC Lauren Conrad Mesh-Back Dress ($60) / LC Lauren Conrad Glass Slipper Sweater ($48) / Sequin Top & Skirt Set ($105)

4 comments

  1. Beautiful. I like the principle behind the clothes as much as I do the clothes. And you wrote a great column, as always.

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