Cinderella fever is basically at an all-time high. The new live-action movie opens on Friday, and we’ve already obsessed over all of star Lily James’ recent looks (including this dreamy couture gown I’m still amazed by, and her wedding dress!). A ton of fairytale product has hit the scene timed to the movie, but a ton of it is geared toward little ones, not grown-up ladies. I combed through it all to find the pieces perfect for age 20-something and up.
Snob Essentials created an entire collection around the tale, but this lady-like top handle bag is my favorite.
Snob Essentials Anna bag, $98, hsn.com
Cate Blanchett’s evil stepmother inspired the statement jewels in Atelier Swarovski and Academy Award-winning costumer designer Sandy Powell’s collection. “Even though the collection was inspired by Cate’s character, it was a pleasure to design something I’d actually want to wear myself,” Sandy said in a statement. “Despite her evil role in the story, [Cate’s] Lady Tremaine has such an elegant look in the movie. Let’s face it, the baddie is always the best dressed.”
Atelier Swarovski by Sandy Powell earrings, $299, email firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase
Lauren Conrad brought the whimsy with her special capsule for Kohl’s, and while parts of it can feel a little juvenile, I’d be happy in this dress come spring.
Cinderella Collection by LC Lauren Conrad dress, $80, kohls.com
In the beauty sphere, MAC came out with a sweet makeup range of lipsticks, shadows, and more. Good luck buying it though: everything sold out within hours of hitting the web.
MAC Cinderella makeup, prices range, maccosmetics.com
When a ton of the most amazing shoe designers around signed on to make special heels inspired by Cinderella’s glass slippers, the office let out a big cheer. You’ll have to head into a Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City or Beverly Hills to shop, but I think the trip might be worth it just to give them an ogle.
Jimmy Choo heel, price upon request, (212) 753-4000
Thoughts? Have you bought any Cinderella stuff?
Also, just because I heart Lily James, how pretty was this Dior dress she picked to see the heels at Saks?