Joe-Ella Dresses Perfect For Any Occasion

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Mommy and I are of the opinion that little kids should be allowed to be little kids, and I’m talking about dressing appropriately for our ages. We actually have a post that we plan to share with you because of what we have been seeing lately. Lately it seems to be a trend where toddlers are dressed up to look like young adults with midriff tops and booty shorts and parents seem to think that it’s cool. Here on Growing Up Madison there will be none of that. As a toddler I carry myself as such and mommy and I will continue to continue to carry on our good name in bringing you the best of the best. Now before mommy and I go on a rant, I want to bring you another of the best. Introducing Joe-Ella Dresses. Joe-Ella is a Canadian company (Hello Canada!) that designs beautiful dresses for little girls and tweens too. There you can find dresses for your newborn-toddler, girls 2-7 and tweens 8-16 for any occasion.

I was sent the beautiful Fanny that you see pictured below. The bodice is made of 100% cotton while the skirt is 100% polyester satin.

I decided to wear mine to church and I got so many compliments on it. Everyone always say how well dressed I am when I go to church and I have to say thank you to Joe-Ella for making my day this day.

It ties in the back and the rosettes on this dress really highlights it. They were beautifully done and just screamed look at me!

I want to show you up close the details on this dress. From the beautiful bow on the waist band complete with the rosettes on the skirt. Their attention to detail is immaculate. There was not a thread out of place! Usually I’m afraid to wear dresses made of polyester because they tend to snag and tear but this held up through the end of the day.

Most of my time in church was actually spent in the nursery. I will admit I cannot sit that long through the service. The nursery has everything in there and is a toddler’s dream come true. The dress was very comfortable and allowed to be move about without restriction. I was able to bend, turn, run and nothing interfered with my play.

The Fanny is absolutely beautiful and one of those dresses that you can wear to any function, be it church, a party or even a wedding as with all of their dresses.

Ordering on Joe-Ella is very easy to do and a size chart is included if you’re unsure as to what size to get for your little one. They ship to virtually any address in the world so you my international readers can look beautiful too in one of their designs, Unlike most websites that only accept Visa and Mastercard, they also accept PayPal. Awesome right? There is also a very generous 30 day return policy of unused items of course.

You know that I’m in love with my Joe-Ella Dress and I can’t wait to get a few more. Joe-Ella Dresses gets my TWO TINY THUMBS UP!

Right now there is a huge sale going on at where you can save 60% off any of the dresses that you see, now is the time to stock up for those special occasions, weddings, birthdays, even Christmas. Use code SALE  and save 60% thru 7/23/2014.

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