Unicorn Swirly Dress | Parade of Party Twirls

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Buy with confidence. Any item can be returned or exchanged within 30 days. After 30 days, you can exchange or receive a store credit.

We've been known to go above and beyond for our customers. And that's never going to change.

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We donate a portion of every sale to Childhelp.org, a national non-profit organization that helps abused children.

Our reason for giving back is very personal.

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Every purchase comes gift wrapped just like candy. Instead of throwing out our leftover fabric, we re-cut it and use it as gift wrap.

The girls then use the fabric for making fun headwear, scarves, doll blankets..you name it!

Repurposing is good for the planet and good for the imagination!

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Hi, I'm the owner of TwirlyGirl. If you have a moment, I'd like to explain our pricing.

There's been a lot of talk recently about bringing manufacturing jobs back to America, and we're doing something about it. All of our garments are proudly made in Los Angeles, CA. The cost of American labor is substantially higher than it is overseas… especially when compared to major brands that are almost certainly employing sweatshop workers. Morally, this doesn't sit right with us. I don't plan on lining our pockets by exploiting the work of others. Especially when there are plenty of skilled workers in this country who deserve to be paid a fair wage.

So while we can't compete with these brands on pricing, we can beat them on quality. It's a little difficult to convey the quality of our garments on a website. You can't feel the softness of the fabrics. Nor can you see the quality of our stitching. Both of these attributes are what make our garments retain their shape and stand up to rigorous wear. To someone trained in garment construction, the difference is night and day. Of course, we back it all up with excellent customer service. Returning customers and great word of mouth has built our brand.

But back to our quality. Is quality that noticeable to a child? You bet it is. So many of our customers tell us that their children insist on wearing TwirlyGirl every day. They struggle to get their kids to take it off long enough to wash! Customers also tell us that their kids wear our clothing for 2+ years. We design our styles with growing room. Girls tend to grow up, not out. And because of our high quality, it still looks like new and will often get passed down to the next child. These are the comments of actual customers, and you can read them on the blue Reviews Tab on our website.

We believe every woman remembers her favorite childhood dress. She loved how it felt, and how it MADE her feel. TwirlyGirl operates with that one goal in mind: to create her favorite dress or skirt. To do this, there has to be something magical about every garment. Take for example our reversible twirly dresses. For a child, owning a reversible dress is the coolest thing ever. A reversible dress requires twice the fabric, twice the stitching, and twice the labor. That works out to be around $43 per dress. For a high quality dress Made in the USA, we believe the price is very reasonable. Our non-reversible clothing may not require as much fabric, but the added design elements increase our costs. (Wings might grow on fairies, but they don't grow on trees!) Put simply, these are not disposable, mass-market garments. Each version is produced in limited quantities with a lot of care and attention to detail. It's why girls will remember their TwirlyGirl dress or skirt forever.

I started sewing TwirlyGirl as a special gift to my two daughters. Soon other moms asked if I would sew dresses for their children. A business was born! In the beginning, I hand sewed them on our dining room table. Ten years later, we're a national brand and it's because we've found an abundance of customers who share our values. And because of our success, we're able to donate a portion of all sales to Childhelp, a national non-profit that helps abused children.

Over the years we've received plenty of comments about how expensive we are, but not once has a customer told us it wasn't worth it.

Happy Twirling,

Cynthia Jamin
Description Girl

Only 80 Dresses Created

This exact version will not be made again. 

Why We Made It

She is the parade and the party in this dress. How fun to wear either way in the front, she can create a new mood in the blink of an eye and her dress will reflect that!

Features

  • Girls purple party dress featuring a more than full circle twirly® skirt.
  • The bodice is cleverly split into 2 different style lines. One half is a V neck with purple, and pink and orange flowers. And the other half is split in two with contrasting fabrics in bright green and turquoise.
  • Contrasting panels with our exclusive purple print with flowers and colorful details. The panels create a different look on the skirt depending upon which bodice she chooses to wear in the front.
  • Fully lined bodice.
  • Merrow edge hems.

Details

  • Super soft fabrics, no itchy seams.
  • Machine washable.
  • Stretchy Knit Polyester 96%/Spandex 4%
Story Head

There is Magic Everywhere


I’m only nine years old, yet these last few weeks have been particularly challenging for me. You see, I believe strongly in magic, but my friends think that’s silly. I’ve tried everything to make them believers.I took Sarah on an early morning fairy expedition. The only thing she found was a mosquito bite on her ankle. I took Izzy to find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. All we discovered was a pile of bricks at the end of my street. I showed Josie how to kiss a frog so it would turn into a prince. Okay, it wasn’t a frog. It was my cat. But still!

Yesterday was Valentine’s Day and I desperately wanted to prove the existence of magic by finding Cupid. I pulled out all the stops and resorted to my secret weapon: I wore my lucky TwirlyGirl dress. Amazing things happen to me when I wear that dress, and I knew it wouldn’t let me down. So you can imagine how frustrated I was when I exited school that day, with Cupid nowhere to be found.

Suddenly, out of the corner of my eye (which doesn’t really have a corner because it’s round) I spotted something quite peculiar. It was a unicorn trotting across a busy intersection. I was shocked, not only because unicorns are mythical creatures possessing untold magical powers, but because there was a crossing guard only a half block away. It’s always safer to cross with a crossing guard, which should be obvious unless you were raised in a barn. But then again, maybe this unicorn was raised in a barn.

“It’s magic!” I yelled, as I raced to grab the unicorn by the horn. It wasn’t a car horn. I definitely don’t want to give you that impression. It was the kind of horn that you might see on, like, a unicorn. I grabbed the unicorn by the horn and guided him through the traffic. It was complete chaos as all the cars honked their horns. And just to be completely clear, the cars didn’t have the same kind of horn that the unicorn had. Their horns were the “beep-beep” kind.

When we got to the safety of the sidewalk, I asked the unicorn if he was okay?

“Nay,” he responded.

“Nay as in “no?” or nay as in something a horse says?’

“Nay as in something a horse says,” responded the unicorn with the most charming English accent. He then thanked me profusely for saving his life and asked if he could ever repay me.

This was the opportunity of a lifetime. A chance to prove to my friends that magic existed! “Would it be okay if we took a selfie?”

“Nay,” responded the Unicorn.

My heart sank with disappointment.

“Nay as in something a horse says,” clarified the Unicorn.

I quickly took out my phone and posed with my arm around his rainbow colored mane. It smelled like peppermint sticks and sunshine. After exchanging goodbyes, the unicorn trotted off into the clouds, sparks of lighting shooting from his hooves. I had finally done it. I had proven that magic is real.

Unfortunately, this is where my story takes an unsatisfying turn. When I showed the photo to my friends, I was mortified to discover that my thumb had partially obstructed the lens, completely blocking out the unicorn. All you could see is me wearing my lucky TwirlyGirl dress. My friends laughed heartily, and now refer to this outfit as my “Unicorn Dress.” But I know what I saw, and I know why I saw it. It’s all due to my lucky TwirlyGirl Unicorn Dress. There’s magic everywhere, but sometimes you need a little help finding it.

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