I have two girls; a four year old and one year old. My four year old, Zoey, is a “girly girl”. She is obsessed with clothes. Especially skirts which she calls “shake a rada’s.” Not entirely sure where she got that from, but it’s cute!! I am always on the look out for new clothes for her. That’s why I was super excited when I stumbled across a clothing site called “Trish Scully Child.”
Trish Scully Child is my daughters dream come true. She received Miss Diva Fiona Dress. Let me tell you the name fits it. She acted like a diva when she was wearing it. The number one thing that I love about the dress was it was made with quality material. As everyone knows kids can be tough on clothes. She wore that dress around the house for two days straight (except at night 🙂 ), and not a single tare or stain got on it. I asked her what she liked about it and she said she loved how when she spins it goes up and it’s pretty! Which is very true. It’s very pretty!! I love the color and the design. It’s a perfect fit! My one year old got the Retro Rag Pleated Bow Tunic and Retro Rags Ruffled Leggings. Since I can’t ask Carly what she thinks of her new outfit you will have to settle for my opinion. Again the quality of the material is great!! It was very well made and designed. My favorite part is the pants. I think the ruffles is so cute!! Of course who doesn’t love ruffles? I am honestly not a big fan of green, but I love this outfit even with it being green!
Do you have a little girl who has a passion for clothes? Or are you just looking for some unique and stylish clothes for her? If so Trish Scully Child is for you! They have a variety of clothes all the way up to 6x for your little princess!
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Miss Diva Fiona Dress 64.00 Online
Retro Rags Ruffled Leggings 26.00 Online
Retro Rags Pleated Bow Tunic 38.00 Online
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