Anyone that follows me on Instagram might know that my daughter is a total fashionista. Betty LOVES clothes and the twirlier and more princessy the better. We have half of a walk-in closet’s worth of Disney princess costumes. Because I try to be a laid back mom and let her pick out her own clothes, that is how she ended up dressed as Princess Anna from Frozen for her last school pictures.
Either the people at Sparkle in Pink Boutique got a look at my Insta-feed or maybe they are psychic, but recently one of their friendly representatives reached out with some information on the brand.
Sparkle in Pink is a family owned business in Utah that launched in 2011. in a market that can be over-saturated with high priced items, they aim to make imaginative, trendy, well-made designs readily available to parents everywhere. I have definitely shied away from price tags in the past because Betty grows like a weed and it seems like something I buy for her one week doesn’t fit the next. So if you’re selling outfits that are cute AND easy on my wallet, you’ve definitely got my attention. I immediately headed over to their website to see what they had to offer.
There was SO MUCH ADORABLE that I almost couldn’t handle it. Before I even responded back to them, I had already started picking things out. They asked me if maybe Betty would be interested in trying on a couple pieces from their current collection and without hesitation I told them that YES anything they sent me would be well-received by my little girly girl who will readily tell anyone that her favorite color is, in fact, pink.
Two complete outfits arrived a couple days later and as soon as I had them out of the box I was instantly jealous that they don’t make things in my size.
Seriously, could you make this in my size please?
I just can’t even.
Contrary to what you might think, MAR, this is a navy and yellow sailor style tutu dress; not black and yellow like a certain football team that shall remain nameless on here. It is the cutest item currently hanging in Betty’s closet. Also included was this adorable barrette:
We wore this out and about on errands ,a zoo trip, and an excursion to our local fire station to visit our friend, Chip, who is a fireman.
Everywhere we went the compliments were flying and people wanted to know where the dress had come from.
And then there are the owls, Betty LOVES owls. One of her stuffed animals is a little owl whom she named ‘”Baby Hoot”. Her bath towel is an owl and since she was small(er) one of her favorite games to play is coming out of the bathroom after her bath saying “Where’s Betty?”
To which I say, “Oh I don’t know…all I see is a little owl.” Then she runs around the house yelling “HOOT HOOT!” and it’s exactly as precious as it sounds.
Anyway, I knew the owl-fit would be a hit. And it was.
We have here a pink top with an owl detailed pocked and owl print pants with pink ruffles at the bottom. And the owl headband. I wasn’t quite sure how it would go over because she’s not normally too keen on headbands, but as you can see she has no issue with this one.
I know I’m her mom and biased and all that, but she is the cutest ever.
The owl outfit also came with a pretty sweet extra accessory:
I’m a big fan of statement jewelry myself so don’t be surprised if you ever see a photo of me floating around wearing this necklace. Betty thinks it’s fit for a princess and I don’t disagree.
All the items we received are beautifully made and are a great fit with a little room to grow. I always like to size her clothes up just a bit becauseI never know when she’s about to hit another massive growth spurt. (She is already growing out of a size 10 pair of shoes I recently purchased for her. I didn’t know 3 year old feet were supposed to be that big.)
If you have a daughter or know someone that does, I encourage you to check out the Sparkle in Pink website! Just make sure you’re sitting down so as not to be knocked over by the overload of cute. 🙂