Mama Don't Play Shirt
Little girls and their love to dress in Mama's… Little girls want to be princesses. It is something born in them. They love to dress up, and the nicer the better. From the young age of three or two, if you give them a nice hat or boa, they will pair around it and feel glamorous. But if you want to give them the best clothing accessories, buy them rhinestone tiaras and rhinestone chokers. The easiest way to dress a little girl as a princess is to just buy a Disney costume for her. Disney has a fully stable princess, from Snow White to Jasmine. The best advantage of these costumes is that they are great for children, while regular clothing is an adult. Of course, the other side of that coin is that the child can grow up the costume before she grows up. In my opinion, another disadvantage is that the Disney costumes will be commercialized and get the kids up in the rat competition to buy things because the sellers tell us that the goods are what we cannot live without. I am more in favor of "found" dress up for many reasons. The biggest reason is that more creativity and imagination are necessary when mom's sparkly party jacket is worn than when the purchased costume has a picture of the character on the front. Unfortunately, it was much easier to collect a collection of clothing when grandma was a child than it is today. Back in the fifties, today, grandmother's fluffy, frilly can-can undergarments are under their dresses to make the whole dresses stand out. The fifty-year-old girls could put on one of these, put on a nice necklace, add a big handbag and become the princess of Glamor or Agatha Mucha Moulah. VAT at that time had dresses much more often than mothers today. Then they always used dresses for the church and in the office and even shop sometimes. Today, mother wears a dress or skirt very rarely. And what kids want a pair of old jeans to dress up? The favorite dress of my kids is an old faux Persian lamb robe that grandmother wore in the 1930s. This faux persian lamb is a black, furry, looped fabric with a slight sheen. During the many years and generations of children playing with it, it has been everything from a race to a skirt to a hat. And it's still almost as beautiful.