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    My DS1 loves them

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsOhara View Post
    How could anyone not think it's adorable?
    My girls love dressing up, they're favorites are their fairy costumes and skeleton ones
    They're great for imaginative play.
    Cutest outfits ever!!!

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    Got them from Big W
    Part of their last years Christmas present was a dress up box and they love it.

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    I think they are cute

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    Yes! Fairies, princesses, and tutus are all a big hit in our house

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    Yes I love them. Cute cute cute! And of course boys can be fairies too, otherwise how else would baby fairies be born DS has a red tutu that must be worn with his red sparkly cowboy hat when he's dancing to 'ballet music'. Not sure which ballet he got that from...

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    DD went through a phase where she wouldn't wear anything other than a tutu. I embraced it.

    FWIW she wants to be a palaeontologist when she grows up.

    Go nuts OP

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    Yes they are cute, but when it's 3 degrees and all she will wear to church is a mermaid tail and a coconut bra ...

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    Thanks everyone!! I wanted to make sure!
    Haha coconut bra to church but how cute!!
    And the skeleton girls are adorable. I remember seeing those outfits at big w I didn't even think of a dress up box. Going to start getting those outfits bit by bit now for when ds is a bit older

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    They are cute, I think most dress up suits little girls somehow but one thing I will suggest, for the love of all things do not buy one that is covered in glitter. My Mum bought DD one and my house is permanently covered in gold glitter, it even got onto the cats bed and my didn't he look pretty covered in it. PITA!

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