With the holidays starting this week and the countdown on for Christmas, most people are knee deep in preparations. If you are anything like me, you are in the middle of planning what to do for a holiday photo, what to wear for family gatherings, and how to make everyone match!
For your little darling, make sure you check out Sweet Heart Rose and their holiday collection of dresses. They are what a princess would wear! Your precious girl will feel comfortable, twirl with delight, and look absolutely adorable in these perfect holiday looks. She'll make quite an entrance at Holiday gatherings, and will probably steal even more of the limelight than usual!
When you hold one of their dresses you can tell that they have been made with care and attention to detail. The fabric choice, while a weight that bears significance, is soft to the touch. The dress gives you the feeling that it is a quality that will last long time, which is great since your little girl will want to wear it over and over! Every dress looks as though someone painstakingly picked the perfect colors, patterns, and fabrics to combine. It’s the combination of these details and the fact that they are all so beautiful, which will make your decision on which dress to pick fun! Just wait until you see the look on your little girl’s face when they see their dress or when they have it on. I would venture to guess their eyes will sparkle!
This holiday season Sweet Heart Rose will be participating in the Patterns for Progress initiative, which builds on the brand’s rich history of charitable work and reaffirming its dedication to providing timeless party-ready styles to girls. Click here to learn more about the Patterns for Progress program.
Sweet Heart Rose has a nearly 125 year heritage in designing classic dresses and outfits for girls from newborn to size 16. More information on the Sweet Heart Rose Holiday 2013 collection is available online or on Facebook.
The Charlotte Holidays Examiner is your local resource for all things holiday going on in the Queen city. Do you want to read more? Click the ‘Subscribe’ button under my name to receive e-mail alerts when I publish new articles. You can also follow me on Twitter at www.twitter.com/laurendomm or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.