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Lady Amelia Windsor channels cottagecore in artisan top – and look at that detail

The star looked elegant in florals

Since it gripped the fashion sphere back in 2020, cottagecore has remained a key player among the plethora of current trends. Perhaps the most idyllic clothing craze of all - thanks to its dreamy colour palettes and penchant for florals, it's no surprise that fashionistas like Lady Amelia Windsor champion the pastoral trend.

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Lady Amelia took to social media to showcase a new vintage look, featuring a beautifully crafted artisan white blouse that boasted traditional Hungarian embroidery. She paired the rare item with some sand-toned jeans as she posed for a quick mirror selfie.

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The socialite wore her blonde tresses down loose and opted for her signature fresh beauty glow.

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She shared the image via her Instagram Stories, alongside the caption: "@muzungusisters hand embroidered top – top embroidered in Budapest by a third generation artisan practising traditional Hungarian 'Mayto' embroidery."

Lady Amelia looked radiant in the rare 70s piece

Thanks to brands such as Jacquemus, LoveShackFancy, For Love & Lemons, Batsheva and more, the prairie girl aesthetic has retained its popularity since it burst onto the fashion scene in true Midsommar style.

Love the society sweetheart's unique top? We sourced a delicate alternative from Etsy – a true vintage piece from the 1970s. This sweet embroidered folk peasant blouse with floral embroidery showcases elasticated puff sleeves and a popper at the neck – and will look perfect teamed with some casual blue jeans.

Vintage Embroidered Folk Peasant Blouse, £45, Etsy

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Why not also try this second-hand 1980s floral piece from Rokit Vintage?

1980s Embroidered Peasant Blouse, £23, Rokit Vintage

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Lady Amelia is a firm supporter of local brands and slow fashion - and recently sported a knitted strappy top by sustainable brand Chaos and Colour. The 'Himalayan Knit' comes in shades of apricot and raspberry crafted from natural dyes and nomadic, handspun lambswool and boasts a classic cami silhouette.

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The royal completed her sunny sixties-inspired look with a pair of mid-blue wash flared jeans featuring a raw hem and high-waisted fit

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