This royal will persuade you back into sliders – and they're in the sale!

Sliders and florals? We’re in

Lady Amelia Windsor just wore the dreamiest summer combo – and we want it all. The stylish royal stepped out in this season’s must-have label, Free People, known for its whimsical dresses and a pair of summer-essential sliders. The dress, costing £120, features a garnet ditsy floral pattern and a loose bodice, with ruffle and ruching. And she gave the mini a sports-luxe vibe by teaming it with Puma’s Popcat Slide Sandals in white, currently in the sale for £9.99 on Footasylum.


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We’ve noticed Lady Amelia, who is 36th in line to the throne, is a fan of wearing dresses with a more casual shoe than her royal counterpart, choosing trainers or sliders over heels and courts. Earlier this week, she proved she’s possibly the coolest royal at the launch party for the Mimi Wade Polly Pocket fashion collection. For the event, Amelia wore a silk slip dress from the new line with platform trainers from Jaded London – the fact the trainers were muddy just added to her sartorial prowess! The 22-year-old can certainly bring the glam when she needs to and it’s clear why she was named ‘Britain’s most beautiful royal’ by society magazine Tatler.

MORE: See Lady Amelia's holiday diary


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Earlier this year she was spotted front row at the Christian Dior Haute Couture fashion show in Paris wearing a candy-striped Bardot top and full floral skirt plus a few weeks before, in a sleeveless pink and white patterned mini dress from Chanel. And in July, a pair of Boden polka dot kitten heels were the ideal accompaniment to her sleek outfit of a black vest top and spotty Michael Kors skirt to a Bulgari perfume event.

SEE: Lady Amelia's best fashion moments

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