Girls' Parker House Dress in Lily Floral
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Meet the Parker House Dress from La Paloma! Printed in a cheerful and bright floral pattern, this cotton dress provides an amazing softness and comfort that kids love in a refined print that parents seek out. A sweet puff sleeve and elegant pleated elastic neckline allow this dress to slip over your child’s head with ease! Each piece is made with breathable 100% cotton and printed with OEKO-TEX certified organic dyes, so you can rest easy knowing your littles are wearing the highest quality natural pieces that can be passed down from child to child. Dresses run long, so no need to size up! This thoughtfully designed silhouette can often be worn for multiple years before being outgrown.
Our Lily Floral print is a collaboration with artist and author Audrey Smit, and her beloved children's book series, Lily Huckleberry. You can purchase the newest book here!
- Please refer to the size chart in the product photos for detailed sizing details and measurements
- Aspen is 4 years old, 39" tall and wearing a size 2-3
- Have questions about sizing? Text us at 512-619-3495!
Timing: Customization adds an additional 1-2 weeks to your delivery time. If you are trying to receive by a specific date, feel free to email us at email@example.com.
Returns: All custom orders are non-returnable.
About the Artist
Audrey Smit is a pattern designer, illustrator + children book author originally from France and now based in Berkeley, California. Audrey Smit is the founder of This Little Street, a design & publishing company with her colorful and happy aesthetic. Audrey created This Little Street to be driven by meaningful stories & whimsical designs that encourage children to dream, discover, laugh and learn. Audrey’s work is influenced by her love for nature (+ flowers in particular) and her many adventures traveling and living around the world. She is the illustrator + co-author of the award-winning series "The Adventures of Lily Huckleberry".
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