Every year our school puts on holiday concerts. The concerts take place in a beautiful old chapel in Brooklyn. Parents, grandparents, friends and siblings squeeze into the pews to get a peek at the action and soak in the cuteness. The little people sing their hearts out from Christmas classics like Rudolf to Hanukah songs to Kwanza ditties--we've got it all. While the concert is the school's tradition, we've got our own twist. Each year we give our girls a new LeTop dress for the occasion. The fashions are the perfect blend of holiday fancy and wearable fun.
Here's what they wore:
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When we shop for concert dresses we want cheerful colors and soft fabrics (no one wants to sing when she is itchy). The velour red dress is a dream of plushness and the twirly reindeer dress was a huge hit at the after party. Of course topping the dresses off with a gorgeous coat is a extra-special treat. These coats will get lots of wear at church, parties and all season long.
Sometime soon they will be too big to dress adorably. They won't look forward to holiday fancy with the same enthusiasm that they do now. Until they get too big, I'm going to savor every second of this holiday tradition. LeTop will be featured prominently in our photo albums and memories for making clothes that perfectly steal the spotlight.
Take this sage bit of mom advice--dress them while you can! Time goes to fast!
For clothes with timeless Christmas appeal head towww.letop-usa.com
This is a sponsored post. We were given the dresses for the holiday concert. All opionions expressed in the post are my own and not supplied by LeTop.