Girls' Easter Dresses - Discount Easter Dresses
I used to hate Easter dresses. Allow me to explain. When I was a kid, Easter was a really big deal for my family. We went to church just about every Sunday, but Easter Sunday was special. Mom would spend weeks agonizing over what we would wear. Since Easter is always in the early part of spring, the holiday would signal a shopping frenzy for my mom, my aunt, and my older cousin. It was when they would purchase most of their spring and summer wardrobes.
I was an only daughter, so I caught the brunt of all the “dressing up.” And I wanted no part of it! I was a real tomboy, and I hated shopping and trying on dresses. I much preferred my cowboy suits and my Daniel Boone outfit to frills and ruffles, and my cowboy hat or my coonskin cap to an Easter bonnet.
The three divas would always choose a Saturday for their shopping adventures, and they’d drag me along – kicking and screaming. I’d have to wait and wait for them to try on numerous Easter dresses and hats, and then they’d model them for each other, “ooing and ahing” over each. Even worse was when it was my turn. I’d always pretend to love the first dress they put on me, just to shorten the torture. Unfortunately, this strategy didn’t work. They’d always find numerous outfits for me to model for them. This was definitely the worst part of Easter.
I enjoyed the other things about Easter, and now that I’m an adult, I understand Mom’s obsession. I have three beautiful granddaughters, and I thoroughly enjoy dressing them up in the latest fashions. I’m making up for all those years that I played with horses and cap guns instead of with Barbies and baby dolls. Lucky for me, I have it easier than Mom did. My granddaughters are little divas and love getting new clothes, especially new dresses.
It's funny how your perspective changes over the years. Now that I have grandkids, I thoroughly enjoy shopping for clothes, including the annual hunt for Easter dresses. Of course, I buy for my five grandsons, too, but I'll admit that shopping for little girls is a heck of a lot more fun! Also, the girls are much more willing to participate in our shopping adventures, and they're actually like trying on and wearing Easter dresses and just about any itmes of clothing and accessories.
I’m shopping for their Easter dresses now, and I’ve found some gorgeous dresses for girls at great prices online. Check out the girls’ dresses and toddlers' dresses below! These dresses would be appropriate for Easter dresses, or for church, formal or dressy events, Sunday school, and birthday parties and other parties.
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