Hannah and I sat down together to open the package when it arrived. It had a little sticker saying 'You've got frilly mail' which I thought was super cute. It was such a nice surprise to open it and see the beautiful packaging:
Look at Hannah's excited face!
As soon as we opened the wrapping I was instantly impressed:
I could tell by the weight and volume of the skirt that it was good quality.
Hannah couldn't wait to try it on. Once she had it on she couldn't stop swishing and twirling!
Hannah chose the above top to wear with the skirt, but I felt like we had loads of clothes that would work well with the tutu. She also wanted to wear her glass slippers because she felt like a princess!
Hannah's tutu is a size 2-4 years. She will be three next month, but still mainly wears age 2-3 and I would say this tutu was a good fit for her. It has a lot of stretch so I'm sure it will last her a good few years.
Pink isn't everyone's cup of tea but not to worry! There are loads of colour options to suit all tastes. I will be buying some in other colours as Hannah just loved the 'swishiness'.
I had a look online to compare similar products and I couldn't find anything that looked as high quality.The price is also fantastic-£20 including free postage. I think it looks much more expensive:
I would like to highlight that Itsy Bits Children's Boutique provided this free for me to review. The key word is REVIEW. I was completely free to say what I liked. I did not sell my soul for a free tutu, if it was crap I would have been more than happy to say so!
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