Fairy Tale Reversible Princess Dress | Cinderella's Night Out
Only 92 Dresses Created
This exact version will not be made again. NOTE: Model in picture is wearing a different version to show how it fits and twirls.
Why We Made It
We call it a princess dress but we redefine the word "princess" as being a very strong, independent and resourceful type of girl. Cinderella was one such role model and besides getting her goal of going to the ball, we like to think that she would have wanted to start her own business after getting married. She was uber creative... So this is HER design for a night out. Perfect for a party or everyday, when she wants to have and feel special.
- Girls pink princess dress that features 2 full circle twirly® skirts.
- Pink, orange, green and blue in luminous swirls with a contrasting baby light blue with white polka dots running down the center.
- Turquoise, orange, pink and light blue designs with orange swirls running down the center.
- Petal short sleeves that are gathered on the shoulders.
- Merrow edge hems.
- Super soft fabrics, no itchy seams.
- Machine washable.
- Polyester 96%/Spandex 4%
The Truth About Shooting Stars
125 million light years away, on the other side of the Universe, lived a sad princess named Vedette. She was sad because she was shipwrecked on a star, far away from family and friends. Fortunately, she was wearing special ceramic booties that protected her little tootsies from getting burned on the star.
Princess Vedette was all alone with no one to help her. But she was a clever girl. She knew that if she hurled chunks of stars in every direction, sooner or later, someone would trace those chunks back to her. It was her way of sending a message in the bottle.
Princess Vedette's plan worked, and she was rescued. But to this day, we still find some of her messages in the nighttime sky. Scientists call them shooting stars, but you and I both know what they really are.
Today, we call the dress that Princess Vedette wore so long ago, the "Fairy Tale Reversible Princess Dress." We wear these dresses to honor her courage, but also to remind us that whenever we're faced with difficult challenges, there's always hope for us too. As long as we're clever.