We can all remember being little girls and yearning to wear the dresses our mom's would don. I lived in dresses, and I always wanted to find the prettiest, most colorful styles that would make me look like a big girl. Remembering back to those times, my mom decided to create this miniature version of the Hannah. We're calling it The Allie after our favorite "Little Big Girl." We have no doubt that she'll look precious in this candy-colored frock.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
I love how versatile the Caroline dress is. Whether it's a plain strapless, a halter, or a ruffled halter, the sweet femininity and flirtation really shines. I was delighted to use this fun fabric to create yet another Caroline variation with two ruffled straps.
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Ribbon-y isn't a word, but adorable is, and that's exactly what describes this new dress. This shift is made out of a satin-y lime green fabric that has hot pink grosgrain ribbons swirling all over it. It's fun and unique and the lovely lady who will be donning this soon will sure to be remembered.
Monday, April 12, 2010
Friday, April 9, 2010
There are two of us behind this Hems & Hers operation. Without my mom, none of this could be possible. She's not just a one-trick pony like yours truly, however. Hop on over to SuZeeBee to see my mom's full range of accessories... from pretty belts to dynamic buckles to sporty workout buffs to adorable bangles, the woman is a superstar.
Thursday, April 1, 2010
Admittedly when I go about buying fabrics for inventory skirts and dresses, I have to force myself to look beyond my comfortable (and pretty) pink and green box. I was delighted to create this non-pastel Hannah dress for a lovely girl who came to the second Hems & Hers trunk show. I love the way the solid bow just makes the print pop. I may have to expand my hue horizon more often.