Dressing like a Disney princess is the dream of countless kids — or grown-up kids (look no further than the popularity of Disney Princess Halloween costumes as proof). And for 2017, several designers are making those dreams come true with fairy-tale frocks and princess-inspired accessories.

Models present creations by Greek designer Mary Katrantzou during a catwalk show on the third day of the Autumn/Winter 2017 London Fashion Week in London on February 19, 2017. / AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS (Photo credit should read DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images)

Mary Katrantzou’s latest autumn/winter runway collection, which debuted last week at London Fashion Week, was inspired by the likes of Fantasia, Peter Pan, and Alice and Wonderland. The looks, which spanned from coordinated sets to evening wear, were created using plenty of crystals and beaded fringe.

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And everything looks incredibly dreamy.

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While we wait for her designs to become available (or if you’re in need of a more budget-friendly option), Gagged Chokers has you covered. For just $20 to $40, you can rock its Princess Collection, which, incidentally, is made by a  Disney princess herself… sort of. The line is run by Courtney Reed, who actually plays Jasmine in Broadway’s Aladdin. “I try and make chokers any time I have down time,” she told People, noting that she makes up to 30 a day.

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While some are glitzy with a TON of sequined sparkle, like the Mermaid ($20) and Cinderella’s Glass Slipper ($40), others, like Cortney’s own character “Jas” ($40), are beaded with a genie lamp charm at the clasp.

We, for one, like them all so much we couldn’t possibly pick a favorite — we’ll take one of each, please!

Which Disney choker is your favorite? Let us know over @BritandCo.

(h/t Cosmopolitan; photos via Daniel Leal-Olivas, Rob Ball/Getty + Gagged Chokers)