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DD (aged 2.7) invited to first 'proper party'. What to wear??

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peachygirl Sun 18-Oct-09 19:51:21

DD1 has been invited to her first party that is not one of our already known friends.
So lots of little girls from nursery will be there. I don't know any of the other little girls or their mums and (sorry a bit anally) am not sure what she should wear. Do little girls wear 'silky party dresses or dresses that are a bit smartish or something else.

I looked at this but bought this
I do like a cord pinafore really and may buy one but DH says she should look nice and it wouldn't be partyish enough.

Sorry I really am making too much of this but .. help

Wags Sun 18-Oct-09 19:54:16

Ah, bless her. I used to dress DD depending what the party was going to be. So soft play would be leggings and pretty top, maybe a dress for something less active. Now she is older (6) I pretty much let her choose, so she is usually completely overdressed. I would say there is no hard and fast rule, but I would be tempted to go for whats comfy rather than a over fancy dress. Hope she has fun smile

Wags Sun 18-Oct-09 19:55:11

By the way, both those outfits you linked are lovely. But then I am not a silky dress sort so would always go for something like you have chosen.

colditz Sun 18-Oct-09 19:56:18

it will be fine and until she is old enough to demand polyester tat I'd keep putting her in adorable little outfits!

ramonaquimby Sun 18-Oct-09 20:05:16

either of those two would do
i find that fewer and fewer girls wear the really fancy party dresses, and it's all more casual ( leggings, tops, jeans, skirts) fancy party dresses seem a bit ott

peachygirl Sun 18-Oct-09 20:31:44

Thanks , I really don't feel she is not a silky dress sort either unless it was a really posh do.
Its not a soft play party otherwise I would go for leggings and a nice top but in a room in the building where her nursery is. I thought if I bought one nice dress it would do for any christmas parties too

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