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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Custom Tutus – All You Need to Know before You Get One

Your little girl deserves to feel and to look like a princess. All she needs is a gorgeous puffy tutu that she can swirl in and jump in as much as she wants. There are many garments available on the market for you to choose from. There are different types of models suitable for girls of different ages. You might easily find what you are looking for or not really. In such cases it is best to focus your attention on custom tutus.

There are a number of individual designers as well as boutiques that offer this type of garments. You can choose the size of the tutu in terms of length and width. You can also pick the length of the waistband. This is particularly important since you would want your little girl to feel as well as to look great. Most importantly, you can choose any design that you like. You can go for the classics and choose a bell or a romantic model full of fluff. If your girl is into ballet a pancake or a shorter tutu will be the ideal gift for her. There are also more modernistic skirts with designs that even the teenagers will love.

When ordering custom tutus customers can also choose the material the garment will be made from. The color and the garnishes are also up to you to decide. You can pick a classic fairy pink item with gentle puffy flowers or a stylish white tulle model with black dots. Generally, you have the opportunity to create your dream tutu. Even the little girl can participate in the creative process if you wish.

The custom tutus are generally expensive. Furthermore, you will probably have to wait for at least a couple of weeks before your dream model is ready. There might be some imperfections that have to be fixed as well. For all these reasons you might consider making the tutu on your own.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Your tutus are super cute, what a handy idea to teach others how to make them!!