Day 27 - PhoebeEloise Troupe d'Enfants Dress

We’re almost near the end of our Best Dressed 2013 project and we’ve raised a bunch of funds for our “Keep Kids in School Project”. I’m hoping this stunning creation from PhoebeEloise will raise even more! It’s handmade by Kellie, a mum of two boys (9 and 7) and one girl (4) who lives in New England (NSW)…. It’s party-fabulous!

PhoebeEloise Troupe d'Enfants Handmade Dress

PhoebeEloise Troupe d'Enfants Handmade Dress

PhoebeEloise Troupe d’Enfants
Price: $45 (12 mths & 2 yrs), $50 (3, 4 & 5 yrs)
Postage: $5 within Australia, $11.50 worldwide

Availability:

  • Custom order in choice of size 12mths – 5 years.
  • Two customs spots are available for pink.
  • Two customs spots are available for aqua.
  • One customs spot is available for lilac.

PhoebeEloise’s “Tea Party” collection is a delightful range of miscellaneous prints and patterns in various styles, from folksy to fairytale and everything in between.

Super cute and party ready, this vintage styled troupe of children en route to a party skirt the hem of this of this sweet little jumper dress. Co-ordinating dotty lolly pink fabric on the bodice and hem band finish this dress perfectly. The bodice is lined with aqua and tangerine dotty fabric and the straps have a cute co-ordinating button feature which also serves for the practical purpose of adjusting the strap length to suit. The hem also has a feature line of triple stitch in aqua.

Buy this dress

To purchase this dress, please leave a comment on this post stating the word SOLD and the size you wish to purchase. Sales will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Payment must be made within 48 hours of your comment. This handmade marketplace closes on 31 March, 2013. Winners will be contact via email with details on how to make payment.

Care for kids

KID independent’s Best Dressed 2013 handmade marketplace is raising funds for World Families Australia projects in Ethiopia. 100% of the purchase price of one dress on each day in March will be donated to a project to keep Ethiopian kids in school. Read more here.


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