Sugar, spice, and everything nice are a good start, and in Posh Principessa your sweetie will show the world just what a fresh little fashionista she really is. These boutique designs are made just for the little royalty in your life, and are a unique way to express her flair. With details like comfortable, colorful ruffles, patchwork panels, and just the right amount of pizazz, your little miss will be ready for the runway.
The Butterfly Kisses dress definitely makes a fashion statement. Made with unique, comfortable knit fabric patchwork ruffles, makes this dress a clear favorite. Made with an elastic band to allow room to grow, she can wear it as a dress this year and a tunic next year!
Endless Love has to be the sweetest dress ever! Fun ruffles, polka dots, and cheery colors will have her falling in endless love at first sight.
Almost Paradise is an adorable, traditional pillowcase dress with trendy twists; a girly bow on the back, ruffles, and vibrant colors that make it a dream come true. This dress grows with your princess and can be worn as a summer dress, with layers when it's cool out, and as she gets taller, it becomes a shirt.
Dancing Queen Shirt
The Dancing Queen flower shirt is beautified with a funky flower, making it simply too fun to resist. Great for layering, too!
Dancing Queen Skirt
The Dancing Queen skirt is made with asymmetrical ruffles just right for dancing and playing the summer away. Made with a comfortable knit fabric to keep her happy for any occasion.
Fall in Love Patchwork Pants
Can't decide which Posh Principessa dress or skirt to get your little princess? Well, the Fall in Love patchwork pants are just the happy, colorful, comfortable thing she needs.
About Posh Principessa
Posh Principessa was started by a full-time wife, mom, daughter and friend who loves to sew. When her daughter was born she thought, "My princess is extra special, so shouldn’t she look like it?" That is how she captured her love of sewing. She would take her ideas to her dear friend to have her sew unique creations for her daughter; always thinking that she wanted to learn to sew "in her next life", she began working with her friend and found her own passion for sewing. When her daughter's closet was full, she started making dresses for other people—and realized she enjoyed sewing for others just as much as she did for her daughter.