We are big supporters of Autism Awareness due to the passion my son has for working with young children who are autistic. I am working so hard to teach my children to love people for their differences and respect what makes us all special. My daughter is no different and wanted to show her support.
My daughter is so girly that the ruffles were right up her alley and the skirt touched the ground when she bent her knees slightly so she was in heaven!
The skirt isn't heavy on her and she can run and play just like she always does. She is really just in love! I would suggest a thinner woven for summer time wear. Both of these fabrics were super thin and flowy allowed her the skirt motion she craves.
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LOVE your fabric <3 My brother is on the spectrum, the puzzle pieces have a special place in my heart too!ReplyDelete
I keep eyeing this skirt - my daughters wouldn't like it right now, but I love the design! Different from the rest of the maxi skirts out there. You did an amazing job, she looks so happy!
I love your fabric and the way this looks on her! So cute!!!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness that is the cutest skirt ever! Amazing! :)ReplyDelete
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