Cinderella had a fairy godmother to give her the gorgeous gown and pumpkin carriage of her dreams. The rest of us just have wishful thinking — and then we have to open our wallets. But because Disney anticipated that every girl might want a princess moment, they partnered with everyone from Lauren Conrad to prom dress designers to create pieces inspired by the film (and more specifically, that updated iconic blue dress). Check out a (very small) selection of the movie merch below, then tell us: See anything you’re dying to buy?
Prom Princess: Make a grand entrance at your own ball — or the school gym, whatever works — in this $495 PromGirl Forever Enchanted number (it’s just like the dress, minus the battery packs). You’re on your own trying to get your date from third period chemistry to dress up like Prince Charming.
Choosy Shoes: Unlike Cinderella’s glass slipper, you’re not going to want to leave these pricey, pretty Nicholas Kirkwood “glass slippers” (one of nine top shoe designer creations) behind at the end of the night.
Good Gourd: Celeb-loved whimsical accessories line Charlotte Olympia created four tie-in pieces, including the clock clutch James carried to the L.A. premiere, and this sparkly pumpkin pouch, $995.
Wedded Miss: For those who don’t see themselves as an Elsa, Belle or Jasmine on the happiest day of their lives, Alfred Angelo is now providing a wedding gown inspired by the floral number from the film.
RELATED PHOTOS: Every drop-dead-gorgeous premiere look worn by Cinderella‘s Lily James!
Ring On It: It’s not quite an engagement ring from Prince Charming, but these $8.75 Hot Topic baubles aren’t too shabby either.
Such a Doll: Don’t let your little nieces get their hands on this $40 collector’s edition toy — one swipe of a Barbie brush and her hair is destroyed.
Night Lights: Cinderella is sparkly. MAC loves glitter. Their Cinderella collaboration was a match made in makeup heaven.
So Polished: Like you’d ever go to the ball without a perfect mani! And what better polish to pick than one with a name like “Life Is Short, Wear a Tiara?”
Rock Royalty: Supermodel Coco Rocha put her own spin on the fairytale with tough-girl pieces like this embellished white moto jacket (part of her “Modern Princess” collection for HSN). Try it over the prom dress!
Sparkling Statement: And of course, Swarovski got in on the action, creating butterfly-topped pieces like this necklace to go with the film’s nature motif.
Queen Conrad: Lauren Conrad also got in on the action, designing a capsule collection for her Kohl’s line. “In some pieces we used it quite literally,” she says of her design inspiration for pieces like this sequin glass slipper sweater. “We used some iconic imagery from the movie and put it on some of the tees.”
Music to Her Ears: Drown out your own ugly stepsisters with bejeweled headphones (but prepare yourself for some stares from your airplane seatmates, as well).
–Alex Apatoff, reporting by Gabrielle Olya