Friday, April 26, 2013

Ice Cream In Paris


Again, a rather lovely find for little girls in budget clothing store Best n Less.  This dress was available during Summer but has probably since been marked down to something ridiculous like $6 and I'll never be able to find a bigger size for next year.  Damn.


Miss 4 loves Paris and the Eiffel Tower.  Everytime she sees a photo of it she informs me that she is taking me there one day for a holiday, when she's "really big".  Yes please.


Miss 4 has her poses down pretty much perfect. 
(There was a duck face one, but it was just too cute to include)
 
Dress: Best n Less
Shoes: Payless
Hairband: Cotton On Kids

17 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, I just about tipped over from the massive cuteness at work in these darling shots. Your sweet little girl is such a stylish fashionista!

    ♥ Jessica

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  2. She's adorable, so cute! :) And I love the idea that she wants to take you to Paris some day! :)

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  3. Omg! This is so sweet. She is so beautiful.

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  4. Too cute! Send me the duck face photo...i wanna see!

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  5. So sassy and fierce! Love it.

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  6. She is so adorable! Love the dress and her talent at posing.

    If you can sew, why not turn the dress into a skirt for next year? That way she can wear the dress for at least a couple of years.

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    1. That's a great idea Mariela! Why did I not think of that? *shakes head at own silliness*

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  7. she might be the cutest girl on earth, and she looks so much like you!!

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    1. Well, I think she's pretty cute! Thanks!

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  8. Way cute -this is the kind of dress my mom would have made me in the 50s only because she found the fabric on a bolt end for 10 cents. I had dresses and capris made out of all kinds of fabrics - mom would pick up kitchen and bedroom motif cloth that was probably for curtains a lot of the time - I still recall some capris I had for a summer with scallions and onions all over them - clearly kitchen curtain material!

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    1. Clothes made form old teatowels and curtains are HUGE right now for little girls, the handmade markets are full of them. They are super cute.

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  9. Aww, she's too cute. Give her a hug from Denmark. :)

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