Dec 04

TwirlyGirl Spinderella Dress

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I received the product seen below to review. This did not influence my opinion in any way. All thoughts are my own.

Little girls love dresses.  Well, my little girl does. Actually, she’s not so little and getting up there in sizes.  And the problem is that many clothing designers seem to think that 7 = 21.  My little girl is still little in age and deserves to dress like a little girl.  Which is getting harder and harder nowadays.

So I am very grateful to TwirlyGirl for realizing that girls can dress modestly and still have tons of fun in their twirly little girl dresses.  Admit it, ladies – you still do it.  You still twirl when you’re wearing a fun dress.  Imagine a dress that is all about twirling and just having fun and you’ve captured the essence of TwirlyGirl fashions.

Here’s a video so you can see more about TwirlyGirl’s fun philosophy:


I was so excited that my 7 year old daughter was going to get to try out a TwirlyGirl long-sleeved Spinderella dress.  Here’s the basic style of this dress:


Before I show you the dress for little girls that we received, let me gush about how the package was received.  When they say on the homepage that every item comes gift-ready, they’re not kidding.

The dress came wrapped in a piece of fabric and tied at each end with TwirlyGirl ribbon.  Yes, they have their own ribbon made up.  It’s at this point that I knew we were REALLY in for a gorgeous dress.

And here’s the thrilled girl with her new dress!  She loves the bright colors but especially adores the tie-dye bodice.  She is in love with tie-dye and this just sealed the deal for her.

This lovely piece didn’t make its debut until Thanksgiving.  I’ll admit that this was a teensy bit short for my taste and I would have preferred that she wore leggings underneath.  However, she begged to wear tights since her baby sister was wearing those as well and I relented since we would be around family.  If I was ordering this style again, I’d go a size bigger simply for length and have her wear leggings underneath (as anybody browsing through the site can see is what the designers intended – my bad).  

PicMonkey Collage That being said, there is a reason that these are called TWIRLYGirl dresses!

And she twirled…all day long.  She “performed” for our entire family.  She received many compliments on the dress.  I imagine this would be true for any of TwirlyGirl’s little girl dresses.

There’s another whole side to TwirlyGirl besides just their dresses.  They’ve created a whole brand.  Remember the ribbon that tied the package together?  There was also TwirlyGirl packing tape.  The tag on the dress had a little poem on it and was safety-pinned on.  And the mega-bonus in my book: these are Made in the USA!  There’s lots of these little touches that make this not just a purchase, but an experience and possibly a bonding experience between you and the young girl in your life.

Stemming from that idea: there was also literature in the package that talked about TwirlyGirl and their website.  What I appreciate most about TwirlyGirl is this, from the creator’s story: TwirlyGirl is about conveying love, joy, confidence, creative inspiration and feeling empowered.  More than ever, girls need a clothing line that helps them stay covered but have fun and be themselves.  These dresses let their little girl sides shine out when they encourage them to twirl and have fun and let their bright and shiny insides reflect on the cheerful colors of their clothes.

If you’re interested in the TwirlyGirl experience for yourself, I have a treat.  Use the coupon code TGFun08 until 1/11/14 to receive 15% off on your first visit to TwirlyGirl.

Take a few minutes to visit the TwirlyGirl website.  You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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  2. 6

    These all cutest dresses are so impressive. My beautiful kid queen likes all those twirling.

  3. 5

    How cute & fun! My 7 year old niece loves to spin in dresses – she needs one of these!

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    Elisebet F

    That’s really cute! I love the bright colors, and yes, twirling is fun. I don’t have a daughter, but maybe one day.

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    Sarh S

    My daughter is 7 years old as well and I know she would love a Twirly Girl Dress too! She would definitely have to “perform” for us as well. So fun for them, I remember being that age… vaguely.

  6. 2

    That is super adorable! You can just see how much she loves that dress!

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    Kristy - Savvy and Sassy

    This is the cutest dress. My daughter would love it and all of the twirling. 🙂

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