I can't think of a single thing more appropriate for a spring wardrobe than a piece from Trashy Diva's new Berry Chantilly collection. The delicate yellow hue, the umbrella and strawberry bloom motif, and the flirty, figure-flattering cuts are the perfect match for the warmer weather ahead. Made from my favorite fabric of all time, buttery-soft stretch rayon, this collection feels just as luxurious as it looks! You can read more about the collection, along with our style choices (the 1940's and the Rockabilly Baby Posey dresses), below!
Shoes- c/o Restricted Shoes
Hair flower- Isha's Flower Garden
Lipstick- Sephora Collection Cream Lip Stain in Always Red
Bianca's dress- c/o Trashy Diva
Bianca's shoes- Payless Shoes
Bianca's barrette- Isha's Flower Garden
Much like any of Trashy Diva's stretch rayon collections, Berry Chantilly feels comfortable when you wear it and has lots of give. I chose the 1940's dress, which features gentle gathers on the bodice, a banded waist, a-line skirt, and a back zip with double hook and eye closure. While I'm no stranger to the 1940's dress (it's quickly become my favorite style), this is my first in stretch rayon. I'm always between a size 2/4, but I take a 4 in the 1940's due to the fused banded waist. This was the first time I took my smaller size 2!
I'm always excited when Trashy Diva includes a Rockabilly Baby style to their collections. Bianca (like her mommy) is a huge fan and has accumulated quite a collection herself! The Posey dress features a square neckline, gathered swing skirt, and a back zippered closure. The minute Bianca put her dress on she twirled herself dizzy! Bianca is only three, but I picked a size 5/6 for her so she could get lots of wear from it. It might be a little big on her, but it's definitely wearable now and for years to come!
I'm gearing up for a fun spring with Bianca! We have a few Disneybound outfits planned for our next few trips, we're going to see Beauty and the Beast together (I seriously cannot wait), and we'll be going to Viva Las Vegas in April. I cant wait to share these experiences with her, especially now that she's old enough to remember them. I'm hoping her "spring breaks" with me will be the most memorable. If you're a mommy, what kind of activities do you do with your children?