Monday, May 21, 2012

Dainty Cheeks Boutique Review & Giveaway

After giving birth to her sweet baby girl, Chrissy uncovered inspiration to create unique, one-of-a-kind little styles with personality and gumption.

Her shop, Dainty Cheeks is a mix of new and upcycled pieces.  Having studied fashion design in college, she found that her one-of-a-kind taste trickled down as she shopped for her daughter - everything looked the same.
The pieces Chrissy creates are fun and fresh - nothing like you'd find in any retail shop.  She wanted something for her daughter that went beyond the 'pepto' pink and powder blue! 

I've always had such admiration for those who are talented enough to create something totally upcycled and from scraps of something else.  It doesn't go by pattern  - it's strictly from imagination and your own personal creativity. 

Chrissy was so sweet to send Alexa this lovely blue owl sweater dress.  It's such a unique piece and definitley nothing like what she has in her closet currently.  She took a few long looks at it coming out of the package and then smiled with delight - she liked it.  Alexa marches to the beat of her own drum and is always willing to go over and beyond the norm of what her friends wear.  This adorable dress was right up her alley and totally something that would fit her style.

Not only is it soft and cozy, it's such a fun piece to layer and mix and match with a pair of leggings, jeans, legwarmers, tights...a long tee, all on it's own...ect.  It's just so versitile.  She can wear it so many different ways and always have a fresh new look. 

Chrissy also sent Lillian a boutique style head scarf. 

It's made from 100% cotton, it ties in the back and comes in various sizes (baby, toddler, girls and even MAMA's, too!!)

What a sweet look for a pretty little girl!  It's a great way to dress up any outfit or to wear casually!

Right now Chrissy is offering an amazing deal on her head scarves - buy any 2 designs for just $26.00!
She has such a wide variety and many many fun fabric prints to choose from - it will be hard to choose - you'll want them all!! :)

Teal Upcycled Bunny Sweater Dress

This darling dress is made from recycled knit.  The little bunny is made of both new and upcycled fabric and is fused and stitched on.
The perfect combination of sophistication, whimsy and a little bit of edge.

*The armholes are top stitched, but left exposed.

Cotton Dress with Cascading Flowers

Made from 100% undyed natural cotton.  The perfect special occasion dress or even flower girl dress.  The beautiful flowers and sash come in an array of colors that you could have match your wedding.

There is a 3 button closure in the back and elastic for some wiggle room.

Owl Pillow Buddies

These little Dainty Cheeks cuties would not only make a best friend for your little ones, but some pretty cute porch or home decor.  They look so soft and snuggly - made from recylced sweaters knit and soft chenille around the belly.

You can choose whether you'd like your little owl friend to be a boy or girl, you can choose it's eye color and even give him a name.  Chrissy is awesome like that - and totally loves what she does, so much so that she is willling to create anything in the colors design of your choice...and does it all with love.

Each of Chrissy's pieces are handmade with love, paitence and careful consideration....all the components your little one deserves.  Whether it's giving a knit new life or creating something from a fresh fabric, each time is as raw as the first, from the heart, for your little 'everything'. 

Chrissy would like to offer one lucky Mom-a-Logues winner a $25 GC to spend as you wish in her shop!



Shannau said... And the right size too :)

Lindsey Gain said...

I like the modern heirloom doll!

Devon F said...

I'd love one of her sun hats :)

Tracie Brown said...

I like the owl pillow buddy

Aline Grigorian said...

The Owl Pillow Buddies are adorable!

Linda R. said...

my fave item is the

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