Thursday, June 9, 2011

Princesses and Planes!

What little girl does not dream about being a princess? Seriously, I haven't met one...whether it is Jasmine, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Mulan...WHOEVER...every little girl wants to be one! (My personal favorite was Jasmine). In fact, my favorite game when I was little was called Princess and the Servant. I was the princess (obviously), my dad was the prince, and my brother was the servant (it seems a bit sad looking back that he was the servant but that is what he always wanted to be- PROMISE!) We would pretend that the servant was coming after us and my dad and I would run away while my brother chased us all over the house. I seriously think we played this game every night until my brother finally decided that being the servant wasn't all that great :). The point is-for that one hour I really got to pretend to be a princess and I loved it. I mean, let's get real- I'm 23 and still woke up at 6 a.m. to obsess over Kate Middleton and the royal wedding (I guess some things never change!).

Great news for you (and the hubby)! Fortunately, you don't have to find someone to play servant and get chased all over the house to make your little girl feel like a princess...(unless you're into that kind of thing :). You can simply dress her in our PRINCESS line a.k.a. the fairy tale line (I prefer princess).

The best part is that you don't even have to have a favorite princess for this line! It includes three different princesses so everyone is happy :)! You can even take your pick of a traditional bishop dress, jumper, pant set, or bubble...so many choices that it almost gives me a little anxiety :).

Obviously, when we were brainstorming something to match for boys- we knew that'd we would have to get creative (thank goodness for Megan) because, honestly, princesses for boys probably wouldn't be the best seller. Ducks or princesses for little boys? I'm going with ducks! Not to worry though- Megan used her massive amount of talent/creativity and created the perfect matching design....

AIRPLANES! Now, I'm not a little boy, but I'm pretty sure all boys like airplanes! These outfits are the same light blue gingham as the fairy tale so they match perfectly (and he doesn't have to wear princesses!) I love the light blue and brown combination...I think it's so sweet (and manly at the same time:)!

On another note, we've been really moving into Pitt Street and it looks SO GOOD! We are hoping for an opening in the next few weeks...We will definitely keep everyone posted when we get an official date though!


Angela said...

Once you get moved into your new location, will you have more sizes available for some of the items on your website? Like the Charleston Crab bishop dress?

Lee said...

Our goal is to have at least one of everything in the store BUT the Charleston Crab bishop is definitely one of our more popular designs!