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Girl's Colonial Lady Costume

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Item #CA00431
Items Included
  • Dress
  • Hat
  • Flag
Product Highlights
  • 100% polyester
  • Polyester dress tightens with the lace up bodice over a pink inset
  • Blue floral top has an ivory collar and apron attached
  • Attached tulle adds volume under the peplums on either side
  • Ivory cap has sewn in elastic for a secure fit and a pink ribbon accent
  • Flag accessory is included
Size Chart
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Small Chest 28" 71cm
Small Waist 16" - 22" 41cm - 56cm
Small Length 45" 114cm
Small Child Size 6 - 8 6 - 8
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Medium (8-10) Chest 30" 76cm
Medium (8-10) Waist 18" - 24" 46cm - 61cm
Medium (8-10) Length 48" 122cm
Medium (8-10) Child Size 8 - 10 8 - 10
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Large (10-12) Chest 32" 81cm
Large (10-12) Waist 20" - 28" 51cm - 71cm
Large (10-12) Length 48" 122cm
Large (10-12) Child Size 10 - 12 10 - 12
Size Measurement Standard Metric
X-Large (12-14) Chest 34" 86cm
X-Large (12-14) Waist 22" - 30" 56cm - 76cm
X-Large (12-14) Length 50" 127cm
X-Large (12-14) Child Size 12 - 14 12 - 14
Product Description

Bending the Rules

Your daughter came home from school the other day and said that as part of a project, everyone in class has to dress up in 60s fashion. Sure, sounds normal. Except that your daughter did a little bit of research (as she always does), and is just so over the 60s. Yeah, there’s round sunglasses and long hair and hippie clothes and everyone says “Peace, dude,” or “Groovy, man.” But it’s just not her thing. Here’s an interesting thought: do the rules for the project state which 60s? Why not have her go dressed as someone from the 1760s? That could be a lot more fun! So pick up this Girl's Colonial Costume for your daughter and let her be a total radical!

Instead of talking about Woodstock or classic rock, your kiddo will be able to inform everyone about Revolutionary politics, running a homestead, or even how difficult it was just to survive the winters. Wow. It sounds a lot more interesting to us, too!

Fun Details

This costume is comprised of iconic American colonial era styling. The featured dress tightens with the lace-up bodice that lies over a pink inset. A blue floral top has an ivory collar and attached apron, while attached tulle adds volume under the peplums on either side and rests over a full-length pink skirt. The ivory cap completes the fantastic look and has sewn-in elastic for a secure fit, as well as a pink ribbon accent. 

A Revolutionary Idea

Of course, there’s always the chance that she might get in trouble for going outside of the parameters of the class project. But wouldn’t you say that’s a little revolutionary and worthy of its own applause? We certainly always like to support kids who think outside the box!

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