Simply Nerdy Mom: Playfully Ever After: Pretend Play Princess Dresses

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Playfully Ever After: Pretend Play Princess Dresses

What kid doesn't love playing dress-up? Heck, I'm 30, my husband is 32 and even at our age, we still play dress up! The only difference is that at our age, it's considered "cosplay" and we dress up for all the conventions we go to as well as photoshoots. So naturally, our children are going to love dressing up and pretending to be characters just like we do. 

My daughter was ecstatic to get these dresses. She's 8 and because of her age, we can't really find dress up clothes for her in stores except for during Halloween of course. Playfully Ever After has dress up clothing to fit children up to age 9. Both of these dresses are size 5-7 and they still fit her wonderfully with a little room to grow, so it is definitely going to depend on how tall your child is and what size they wear normally. They aren't very "poofy", and I doubt most little girls will care, but you can purchase children's petticoats to wear under it if you want a big princess poof to the skirt part. My daughter was able to put these dresses on and take them off all by herself without getting frustrated, so she loved that she didn't need my help to get her in and out of it when she wanted to change from one to the other. 

They are made of really soft material and are machine washable. 

Both dresses came with these cute Playfully Ever After hair bows that have a little clip on the back. 

Playfully Ever After sells amazing pretend play items for both boys and girls. 
You can see their entire product line by visiting

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