Ivoy Paris

When I found out I was going to have a daughter, I had this deluded idea that my child would only play with wooden toys and that there certainly would be no princess dresses in our house.  Oh, how naive I was! Five years, two daughters and about 15 polyester princess dresses later, our dress-up box has become quite famous with the under fives on our block. And now we have a reputation to keep!

Now, it turns out that even in the world of fake princess dresses, there are cheap and cheerful models and, on the other end of the scale, there’s Haute Couture. The dresses by Ivoy Paris fall into the later category. The taffeta, the ruffles, the lace and the elaborate cuts of these dresses are quite spectacular. They are probably what little girls imagine a genuine princess dress to be like. They do come with a certain price tag, but this is truely the creme de la creme of princess dress-up dresses….

– Emilie

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1. Nils and Happy to see you Star Dress « Babyccino Kids: Daily tips, Children's products, Craft ideas, Recipes & More | December 22, 2011 | Reply

[…] regarding Christmas presents, as there isn’t anything my kids like to do more than dress up and develop some very, very complex story lines for hours and hours. (I guess it could be worse […]

2. Esther in Amsterdam | December 22, 2011 | Reply

Gorgeous. And NOTHING like the cheap polyester ones! This one will be surviving generations of little girls, I’m sure… xxx

3. Clara de Paris | December 28, 2011 | Reply

Beautiful dresses! At Clara de Paris, we have similar dresses, which are handmade in France in Haute Couture factories and were designed by an ex stylist from Dior! Ivoy Paris and Farandole et Compagnie probably make the most gorgeous and high quality princess dresses! J’adore!