Green is the color of spring, representing newness and revitalization. Sara's Fashion has begun a new collection in green to cater to girls who long to be different. In shades of soft clover, sage or lime your little girl can bring life to your party.
It is no secret that a certain favorite fairy is always adorned in green, and her popular movies have propelled Peter Pan's sidekick to celebrity status. Little girls love dresses that remind them of their favorite fairies or princesses. Sara has created a collection that would make any precious child feel like part of a storybook fantasy.
Swirling folds of softest organza create the illusion of motion in soft clover, with twin spaghetti straps, and multiple layers of soft ruffles on the skirt. A very pretty, two-toned, removable floral pin draws attention to the high waist. This dress just feels so wonderful, your princess will not want to take it off!
Your baby will be irresistible in lightest sage, with a beautifully gathered bunting style, dropped shoulder neckline embellished with tiny lace roses and eye-catching beadwork. The design repeats at the high waist, with a white bodice background. A full, lightly gathered skirt is sure to be a crowd pleaser, and Mom will love the easy zipper closing at the back.
Your fairy princess could not be happier than to wear our amazing two-toned tulle dress. Multiple layers of super soft tulle alternate between two shades of lime, providing shimmer as well as fullness to this gorgeous knee-length dress. Hand sewn sequence floats on the bodice, supported by piped satin twin spaghetti straps. Lovely charmeuse underlay, and waistline self-tie sash. You can mix or match the color of the sash, with dozens of options from which to choose. Your precious pixie will delight in this terrifically popular dress. You will delight in our pricing!
Sara's Fashion is dedicated to bringing the best formal wear to all little girls, regardless of budget. You cannot beat our quality or our price, and our selection is bar none. Why shop anywhere else?