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Hello All!

 

I'm trying to find a great, comfortable and cool option for my 2 year old half-sister (I know, there's a BIG separation)

 

My dress is "pearl" so closer to ivory than white, and I'd like for hers to be similar. Does anyone have any recommendations?

 

Thanks a million!

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Good luck! What size clothes does she wear? My daughter will be 15 months on our wedding and she's tiny, and she's our flower girl. The smallest dresses i could find were 2T and I guarantee she won't be that big. If she's bigger than 2T any bridal store will have tons of options. She's going to wear a tutu outfit. If she's smaller than 2T you could see if a bridal store could alter the dress to fit her, maybe? The other option would be to check dept stores like Dillards and macys always have really cute formal dresses for little girls.

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Originally Posted by Jacilynda View Post
Good luck! What size clothes does she wear? My daughter will be 15 months on our wedding and she's tiny, and she's our flower girl. The smallest dresses i could find were 2T and I guarantee she won't be that big. If she's bigger than 2T any bridal store will have tons of options. She's going to wear a tutu outfit. If she's smaller than 2T you could see if a bridal store could alter the dress to fit her, maybe? The other option would be to check dept stores like Dillards and macys always have really cute formal dresses for little girls.
Thanks for the suggestions Jacilynda!

Unfortunately the magnificent entities of Macy's and Dillard's don't exist up here in Canada. I actually found a perfect one at Target for $20 that Issac Mizrahi designed. What I wouldn't give to have these stores up here...

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well the great thing about the forum is a lot of the canadians will see if someone in the states not far from them would be willing to let them ship to them and then they pay the girl to ship it up to them, so know that that is an option!

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I was just going to say that store will be carrying tons of formal dresses for easter so there should be some more options soon! good luck!

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I'm getting my niece's dress off of eBay. She'll just have turned 3, but she wears a 2T. It's organza, just like my dress, so she should be cool enough.

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My daughter will be 4yrs old and this is what she'll be wearing:

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It's fun and different and we really want her to stand out too. I ordered it from Etsy for a really reasonable price and the designer will make the tutu dresses with any colours and accessories you want, sized exactly how you want too. I've seen them on babies and toddlers and they look adorable! The designers name on Etsy is Tiaratutu and here is her limk if you are interested:

Etsy :: tiarastutus :: Creating unique gifts for your little princess!

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Isn't it?? My Fiance and I both fell in love with it. The only change we made to this display one when we ordered was that we had flowers added to the back where the ribbon ties up as well :) My name is Lisa by the way, my daughter is Gracie but that's ok!!!! I can't wait to get it. Another amazing thing is that the dress allows for 6inches of growing without altering the look of the dress at all so if she has a growth spurt it's ok!

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Wow, Lisa! I love love love that little dress. I'm definitely going to check out that option. Gracie will look adorable in that!

 

Jacilynda-- Thanks for the heads up about shipping options. You ladies are all so fabulous!

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