Looking back at Princess Beatrice's iconic style moments over the years will be enough to convince you she's more of a trend-setter than a follower per se, but her latest look has proved she can still take style cues from the world's best.
Attending a concert in London earlier in July, the red-headed royal was spotted wearing a very summer-appropriate outfit consisting of a gorgeous flowy printed dress by Alexander McQueen, along with a pair of chic white sneakers.
The look is one that fashion-fans across the world can relate to, with the crisp white shoe being an unexpected, but coveted feature on many a fashion runway over the past 12 months.
And as it happens, Beatrice isn't the first royal style influencer to take full advantage of the trend, as well as a brand who's quite frankly nailed the style.
Indeed Beatrice's shoes were designed by Veja, a company made instantly famous after none other than Meghan Markle started flaunting her own pair of sneakers by the eco-friendly label for all to see.
Beatrice appears to have opted for the footwear company's 'Wata' style, which costs around AUD $125 and is only slightly different from Meghan's sneaker style of choice, which is called 'Esplar'.
Beatrice's all-white pair provided a fresh pop of colour to her ensemble, and looked very appropriate for the evening's festivities.
And they sure came in handy! The royal, who attended the event with her sister Eugenie and boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, was seen getting right into the atmosphere by having a good old fashioned boogie.
In fact, when Celine Dion came on-stage, Beatrice acted exactly like all of us would in the same situation by singing along and cutting some serious shapes!
In case you needed any more convincing that Beatrice's choice in footwear is a solid option for all terrains, Meghan is here to provide the inspiration.
Making a case for the style while she toured Australia with husband Prince Harry last year, the Duchess opted to wear them aboard a boat in the middle of Sydney Harbour.
Looking chic in black skinny jeans and Invictus Games garb, Meghan's white and black Veja sneakers were the standout of the whole ensemble.
In fact, so popular was her look among the masses that sales on The Iconic surged by a whopping 800% within 48 hours.
Available for AUD $195, the style is a little on the pricier side, but if anyone was ever to convince you that they're worth it, it would be Duchess Meghan.
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