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Dressing Baby Girls – 5 Outfits That Make Her Look Like A Princess
As a new parent to a baby girl, most mothers love to shop for their clothes. Dresses that have frilly items. Mothers love to put their daughters in beauty pageants, not because it’s a love for themselves but rather a love for showing their child off.
Most women love to place their daughters in dresses of red and pink that have ruffles or flowers or something to that extent that makes them different from boys.
The only sad part is that this stage will not last long… so mothers… it is important to remember these moment, cherish them all and take lots of pictures. Pretty soon, they will grow up and picking out what they want to wear.
There are five different looks a mother can dress her daughter in so that the little angel or darling in the sky is never considered for a boy. Who wants that?
1. Hand-Smocked Polly Flinders Dresses
Girls. They love to be dressed up as a baby and sometimes a toddler and nothing quite says “I am a girl” more than the hand smocked Polly Finder Dresses. When one woman was younger, she found a bunch of these dresses when her daughter was an infant. A bunch of vintage 1950s dresses for only a dollar apiece. These are hand smocked clothing that can be searched and found for a bargain of $45 to $175 for a few dozen of them.
2. Girl’s Sailor Suit
This is a twist to a boy’s sailor suit. All you have to do is get red satin ribbons and match it up with blue pin-dots and white embroidered collar and using a pint-sized sailor cap and you have a classic style of 1940s that never gets old. People will end up asking you where you got the sweet little outfit.
3. Ruffled Pinafores
This is the classic fairy tale dress: Alice in Wonderland. What is this dress? It is a gingham checked dress with puffed shoulders and a ruffled hem out from beneath a starched pinafore. The pinafore did start out as an apron. They were like this because it saved the dress underneath from getting stained or ruined for good. Not long after though they took a life of their own and are now used over an under dress. The ruffled hems, shoulders and dainty flowery and other embroidery are just some of the things that make this a classic for mothers to buy or make and for baby girls to wear.
4. Ruffled Panties
Girly panties – there is nothing more loving than having a row of ruffled lace peek out from underneath the hems of smocked baby dresses. The diaper covers with a ruffle bottom and the embroidered panties are meant to be peeking out are one of the major classics mothers just love to put their daughters in. This style never seems to age.
5. Velvet and Taffeta Roses
This is the classic dress for Christmas. Little girls can be seen wearing Taffeta and velvet with roses and lace at the waist. A traditional style is a red velvet bodice and ruffled plaid taffeta skirt. A tiny satin rose at the lace trimmed collar completes this outfit. Bolder mothers can dress their little girl up in a black velvet and pink satin dress.
Another type of dress is the pearl gray velvet dress with a white taffeta skirt styled with a full blown satin bow that is done with a baby soft pink.
Just remember that when your daughter gets older, it won’t be near as much fun as it was before.
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