Tree Embroidered Dress

Saurette
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Tree Embroidered Dress

$144
$36 Gilt
Size (Saurette):
Saurette Kids Apparel
Saurette Age
XS 2 years - 3 years
S 4 years - 5 years
M 6 years - 7 years
L 8 years
XL 10 years - 12 years
  • xs
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    Age 2 years - 3 years
  • s
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    Age 4 years - 5 years
  • m
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    Age 6 years - 7 years
  • l
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    Age 8 years
Color:
pale blue
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Description
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Short sleeve lined dress with contrast color tree embroidery on the side and sleeve. Tunic has beading and embroidered details along the neckline. Hand wash only. Available in fuchsia or pale pink.

Material: Shell is 70% cotton and 30% silk. Lining is 100% cotton.

Brand: Saurette

Origin: Imported

Living up to its style mantra of “fashionable clothing for kids with unique style,” Saurette takes adorable to a whole new level with its whimsical prints and big-girl looks. Contemporary with a vintage touch (picture a pint-sized Zooey Deschanel), the label’s aesthetic resembles an Anthropologie shoot for the toddler set: edgy print dresses, patterned knit leggings and caps, slouchy tops, knee-high strappy boots and owl-print T-shirts. The young line was launched in spring 2009 by stylist Lisa Kanouse, who was inspired by her 18 years in the fashion business and her frustration at finding modern pieces for her own young children.