Friday, February 26, 2010

I Luv U Tutu Much

Okay, I'm not usually a super ultra-femme type of girl although that might be hard to tell by this blog at times, but there are some days when everything I like makes it seem that way.

When I ran across today's feature, I knew it was going to be one of those kind of days. It was, too. All the way from the pink scarf over a black scoop neck shirt to the pretty shiny pink earrings that were recently given to me as a gift.

It was a girly day. *Gasp* Can you imagine?

In the I Luv U Tutu Much Children's Boutique, every day is girly day and this is an excellent shop to go shopping in if you have a little princess at home. Or even just a little brat that thinks she's a princess. (Be honest, now. They're not all angels, even if they look like it.)

I Luv U Tutu Much, as you might have guessed, specializes in Tutus. Their tutus can be made in several sizes ranging from infants and toddlers to teens and adult girls. And they have a wide range of styles to choose from in each of their shop's categories. Those categories include pettiskirts, tutu dresses, poofy princess tutus, ribbon tutus as well as a variety of hair accessories, complete outfits and much more.

Whether for ballet, photo shoot, costume or just fun play, every little girl should own a tutu once in her life. If you're shopping list includes the need to pick something up for a little girl in your life, this is a shop you won't want to miss.

TO VISIT THE ILUVUTUTUMUCH BOUTIQUE, YOU CAN CLICK THE PICTURES ABOVE OR, IF YOU'D RATHER, CLICK RIGHT HERE!

3 comments:

kayjayoh said...

That *really* remind me of Punky Brewster, and is giving me some serious childhood nostalgia.

Kayjayoh
http://irvingplace.net

nomadcraftsetc said...

What a wonderful shop! So cute!

Rebecca - iceblueberries said...

God, I wish I were still young enough to still wear a tutu! I still love them. Guess I have to live vicariously through my little girl, now!

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