Dressing up isn't just for Halloween! For little ones, going to the grocery store can be enough of an event to warrant a tiara or an entire dress-up outfit. So let's talk ease of creating enchanting ensembles with the help of a little flounce and bounce from costume tutus.
Never tulle much. From princesses to fairies, ballerinas to butterflies a tutu is a great go-to piece for all things imagination. Add an extra element of joy to dressing up by giving your gal a few tutus in assorted colors—options are everything, right? We love pink for playing princess, ballerina or even a flamingo—whatever the occasion calls for. Or try black so she can imagine she is a buzzing bee or a kitty cat come All Hallow's Eve.
Where to wear. It’s near that time of year when the pumpkins are on the porch and the air is getting chilly—it's time to start getting inspiration for Halloween costumes. Regardless of the outfit, a tutu adds a magical element that can help your little one look and feel even more special. Once the enchanting night has passed there are still plenty events in which tutus are appropriate—if not encouraged. Nothing is more memorable than little lady in a tutu in fall hues for Thanksgiving, in her favorite sporting team’s colors for the home game, in rainbow for her birthday or in red and green to match Santa on Christmas Eve. Tutus have been a staple in children’s wardrobes for decades and now it's time to find that one—or more—that they'll remember for the rest of forever. We stand our ground and say, there's no such thing as having too many tutus.