All Hail the Sugar Plum Fairy; Review; Frilly Lily

I think my pictures say it all. She looks so cute, I never want to take it off her. It’s so lovely I will be ordering many, many, more in lots of different sizes as she grows.

Right, I must calm down and be rational here. A serious review! Bridget of Frilly Lily sent Fifi this absolutely gorgeous cutest thing ever girly Fairy Tutu outfit, after I asked her for something girly. She said I could keep it, I would have paid her for it. Our house is chock full of manly boys stuff and I am on a mission to improve the situation, this goes a long way.

The lovely Kat put me onto Frilly Lily. They do all sort of dressing up outfits and even a fairy rucksack. If you have a little girl you MUST venture over to the website. They do a few boys things too, including a knights outfit.

Fifi’s fairy tutu cost £25 and fits from birth to 10 years. Imagine an even smaller baby fairy! I think this is a very reasonable price and I would be hard pressed to make one of this quality for much cheaper. The only thing I would say, is that the leotard bit doesn’t have poppers down below, which means that you have to take the whole thing off for a nappy change. But hey, its worth it and little fairies don’t poo that often, do they?

Well, there’s not much more I can say really, the pictures speak for themselves. I LOVE this, Fifi looks pleased with herself whilst wearing it. It’s lovely and girly and pink and every little girl needs to have a tutu don’t they. Unfortunately mummy’s cant get away with one for going around the supermarket. But if I could, I would have one of these for myself.

16 thoughts on “All Hail the Sugar Plum Fairy; Review; Frilly Lily”

  1. Thanks, I guess in this liberal day and age you could put a little fella in one, depends how much they or their daddy protests lol!

  2. She looks so beautiful, it's your reward! After your last post I just wanted to give you a big hug and say it will get better. Children are so draining physically and mentally and judgemental people don't help! I think you're doing a fantastic job

  3. Dangerously close to a cuteness melt down… no, too late!! :)<br><br>It&#39;s lucky they don&#39;t come in adult sizes- i&#39;d nver stop twirling.

  4. Can you imagine how much M&#39;laddo would protest? He even argues the toss if you ask him to do something he loves doing at the moment!!!

  5. She is so cute. I want one but I don&#39;t think Little Miss A would contemplate it. It&#39;s so hard to get her to wear a dress.

  6. I&#39;m sure Junior would like to try one out if he had a chance – none of those gender steriotypes in our household – he will dress up in anything!

  7. What a sweetie! Before I had K I swore I&#39;d encourage her to be a tomboy but I secretly enjoy dressing her in girly stuff!

  8. Oh, this is almost enough to make me want to get pregnant again. Girls have the best stuff.<br><br>That said, without fail every time my sister arrived to pick up her son from nursery when he was small he would be in the dressing up tutu!

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