Choosing A Designer Party Dress For Your Girl
Expect that when a child is between being a toddler and a teenager that their sense of style comes from you, the parents. Getting pretty party dresses for girls is one the most anticipated thing that you can do for your young one especially if it is the first time getting dressed up for a party. They are instantly thrilled with the colours and frills—and before the fashion gets out of hand, it is sensible to think about the following standard rules of dressing up.
Dress Your Child Based On The Party
This should come as a given. Feel free to dress yourself with all the prints and accessories you want but with a child, you have to adjust your personal style to make way for theirs. While wanting them to enjoy the event, it is a great opportunity to show your child’s personality to family and friends. Start with knowing the specifics of the party and start tailoring the outfit based on whether it would be Formal – Semi-formal – Informal and work your way towards the clothes that would be appropriate for the occasion.
A child should be individualistic but comfortable.
The choice of the fabric becomes a deciding factor. There are durable fabrics like crepe, satin, cotton, and silk that are equally durable and easy to wash. For grand occasions, there may be some restriction of movement and some emergency situations should be foreseen such as going to the bathroom, dancing or being playful with their own friends.
If it is easy to put on, the chances of it being comfortable are high.
A highly decorative dress makes you worry about it during the times they are wearing it and when that your child is having fun. It gives unnecessary stress to you and your child. David Charles has the perfect designs for your young ladies—and in elegant designs that will make them the Belle of the Ball while effortlessly making them glide around the floor!
For children, comfort means feeling comfortable.
With clothing, it should feel like skin, like it is part of them. Once a child starts to itch or feels weighed down because of the heaviness of the petticoat under her skirt, there would not be much enjoyment since it has become uncomfortable. As much as possible, select the best material when it comes to durability, style, and comfort. This just means spending a lot more time in a department or fabric store.
IN JUNIOR STYLE
Remember to add accessories. All it takes are the little things. Taking from the advice of classic style, a good purse, attractive shoes, socks, ribbons, and hats can enhance a simple outfit. While there is no such thing as age-specific, coordination of the accessories to the dress help pull the look together. For the parents building on a personal style for their children, they will grow into it.
Do not be afraid of ‘color-swapping’.
In other words, do experiment with colour. Blue is not strictly for boys; there is no law that says a girl cannot pull off blue—same as pink on boys. Social commentary aside, we are sure there is just a lot of blue for everyone. Accessories in secondary colours can make a difference in style and tone. Even this early, your child could be a trendsetter. In complementary hues, even underrated colours like purple and red will suit the most kids. After all, children are the last people who would take fashion seriously.
Babies and children get away with everything in style.
Parents know that dungarees are not exactly fashionable but put them on your child and there becomes a treasure trove of possibilities. Mix and matching with fashion is part of the fun of dressing up. When in special events, it still pays off because people are aware that you are still finding your identity.
Fashion for All Seasons.
Fashion is all about planning. What is better than planning your child’s wardrobe? Dressing appropriately means knowing what works for a specific kind of weather. For example, young children are often susceptible to damp weather during the rainy, fall and winter season. This would be the perfect time to take advantage of layering their outfits and giving them a mini version of your boots. Leggings, an oversized T-shirt with a cardigan and gloves can be the complete package (and can easily be washed). Do not forget waterproof accessories such as caps, umbrellas, and mittens. In the summertime, it would be glorious to play with warm-coloured junior beachwear for a picnic near the sea.
ON FORMAL OCCASIONS – Check The Dress Code
Checking the length of the hem.
Sometimes when an invitation says dress, it needs to go all the way down to the ankles. If you should consider a long gown or dress in a party, it should not be worn for a long period of time. In that case, it is wise to bring a shorter spare dress. Also, very long dresses can make young girls mature unless that is the look that you are going for. A long dress signifies a formal occasion.
A time and place for heels.
Where there is a long dress in a ceremonial set-up, mums (or dads) can be compelled to encourage their child to wear heels. A half an inch or an inch would do but other than that, it more sensible to wear flats, one-level mini platforms or bring flats along so that younger girls can be free to move.
There is always room for simplicity.
In all practicality, kids like their clothing to work for them. When going to a wedding or formal event and the children are not part of the entourage, one never goes wrong with being simple. Staying with the party theme, monochromatic or traditional pastel colours and a few complimentary ribbons and purse, the last thing that clothing needs for your young one are to be complicated, especially at a party where there are more adults than kids.
Express with a Dress.
Wearing kids’ party dresses is a sure way for children to socialise with each other. Several colours and patterns when put together can suit a child’s personality in clothing and can mark a start of her relationship with personal style. Dress designs are not limited to cartoon characters for fun and jovial afternoon parties. When the time comes that the little ones need to fix up, they need at least one go-to dress that is suited for formal wear. It does not need to be the priciest gown of the bunch and at times, homemade gowns become a trademark.
A dress is a statement that makes your little girl feel confident while being herself. In choosing a dress (or making one), it is always ideal to involve your child and letting her have some creative input, which is a way of making her known that the dress really is hers. This way of style personalizing—with not just her dress for one occasion but in all of her clothing—allows her to develop a sense of self that she will eventually carry through as she grows older.
CHILDREN’S FASHION IN THE CITY
As David Charles London, we have a special collection of party dresses for girls that fit for all kinds of occasions. With two categories of tailor-made dresses for the ages of 2 to 12 and 6 to 16, this speciality shop has dedicated itself to luxury children’s clothes for 40 years – having dressed members of the royal family and international child stars. Their designer dresses have reached the finest stores of London, New York, Shanghai and are now expanding in the Middle East and Russia.