Simple Tips for Having a New Look with an Old DressFather and daughter dances are one of the most nostalgic experiences daughters can ever have. I even get misty-eyed whenever I remember the last time my dad and I had a dance during one of those school Valentine’s parties. Lots of sweet memories with dad captured in photos. Hey, I noticed the cute dresses that I wore during those parties. Unlike from my old photos, I did not look funny in those dresses because the party dresses I wore then were never out of style. Thanks to mom for choosing the right party dresses for me.
Now, I also consider the same standards in choosing a dress for my daughter. Like my mom, I love classic style of party dresses for my daughter. With the fact in mind that trendy clothes might not be the trend 10 years from now, I would always go for classic styles that can be used and reused on different occasions and wouldn't go out of trend.
Girls party dresses with a classic style would always look new even if worn on several occasions when matched with the correct sets of accessories.
So for this year’ Father and Daughter dance, I picked a beautiful white sleeveless formal dress with red sash and flower for my daughter to wear on her school’s Father and Daughter dance. Take note that my daughter has worn this on a different occasion, but since the sash is detachable, I was able to replace it with red satin one with a red flower on it. My daughter was amazed that the dress looked new just by changing the sash color.
I bought a new pair of red girl’s shoes and a red headband to match with the color of the sash. I also made sure she has a red coin purse just to complete a Valentine-themed outfit on the Father and daughter dance.
With her father and a set of beautiful party dress, my daughter will surely have a wonderful experience that she could treasure in her memories forever.
Girls Dresses with Detachable Sash and Suggestions for Father and Daughter Dance:
|White A-lined Satin Long Dress with Removable Ribbon Sash|
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