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Energizer Bunny's Mommy Reports: HWL Spotlight Feature #5: A Little Indulgence

Jan 31, 2011

HWL Spotlight Feature #5: A Little Indulgence

The Handmade Giveaway Extravaganza like no other!
(Feb 2-6, 2011)


To sustain your excitement till the event, I'm inviting you to hop over and visit our featured Handmade With Love Spotlight Sponsor. Feel free to shop from their store and follow them through the social media links provided below.


Some events happen once in a lifetime....
And a lifetime of beautiful memories can begin with just the right dress for your little or not so little girl at A Little Indulgence




The Buzz:

Once upon a time in a land far, far away with many tall buildings and lots of people lived a mother of two little girls. One day an invitation came in the mail to a very special party. Both girls needed something to wear so the mother, Chief Princess Tracy, set off to find something beautiful and appropriate for a young lady.



The mother searched high and low going from store to store. Some stores had dresses in styles far too old for a young princess. Other stores had dresses that quickly fell apart. After looking for many months, the mother decided to create beautiful dresses and offer them directly to the kingdom
. Hence A Little Indulgence
was born.



A Little Indulgence carries the most gorgeous dresses for a young girl.
Every dress featured is made to order and is handmade by seamstresses that weave the silk fabric to Tracy's specifications and help keep the tradition of hand weaving alive.





E.B. Mommy's Report:


Okay I admit it!.... I have a weakness for pretty dresses and accessories for little girls. I cringe when I see little girls dressing up like teenagers. Maybe I'm old school but honestly it puts a smile on my face to see a little girl with ribbons in her hair, wearing a fluffed up frilly dress with lace or a nice big sash or even delicate embroidery.



It's sometimes quite a feat to find an age appropriate party dress for Bunny girl in the stores as it has somehow become the norm to try and fashion clothes for 5 year olds that look like something I would ordinarily pick for an 18 year old!

I love that Tracy has made sure that she has kept the "child" in every dress she creates.

Her ivory pink tea rose Princess dress is a stunner. Photographs do no justice whatsoever to this 100% luxurious silk dress.



The 'little girl' design touches like the long satin sash, the rounded collar, the puffed up Princess sleeves and the rouged up effect on the waist are what make this dress what it is.



The icing on the cake is that the dress is designed in such a way that Little Princess will be able to enjoy wearing the same for atleast 2 years and since this particular pattern is available in sizes 2-10, you can also order one for your tween too!

A Little Indulgence dresses are beautiful and for every sale completed, a portion of the proceeds goes towards sponsoring meals at orphanages in Thailand.
Now doesn't that make your little indulgence on a grand dress for your little Princess all the more worth it?.... I thought so too!


Love on the Sponsor-


- Follow the 'A Little Indulgence' blog

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Tweet some love....

RT @ebmommy #Win a 185$ Princess dress from A Little Indulgence at EBMR's #Handmade With Love #Giveaway http://bit.ly/eA3EGe (Feb 2-6) #HWL


Win it:


One reader will have the opportunity to win

A Princess Dress of Luxurious Silk-winner's choice
(185 US$ value)
at the
Handmade With Love Winter Giveaway

here on
Energizer Bunny's Mommy Reports.

Remember to mark the dates on your calendar: February 2-6, 2011 and hop back to enter then!





** EBMR Disclaimer: A Little Indulgence sent me the featured product for review purposes only. This post has not been monetarily compensated and is based on the views and opinions of my family and/or self. Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.**

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1 Comments:

At January 31, 2011 at 6:30 PM , Blogger Terri said...

Such pretty dresses! My granddaughter was 5 in Dec. and I can't believe how hard it is to find dresses suitable for her. I found dresses in her size but the styles are much too mature. So nice to see these special dresses styled for little girls! :-)

 

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