Win It: A Dress from Strasburg Children!
Every little girl needs a beautiful, flow-y, fancy dress for the spring. Between Easter, Mother’s Day, First Communions, baptisms and weddings, there are lots of spring events for which your little lady will need to be all dressed up. For all of our special occasions, we absolutely adore the apparel from Strasburg Children.
Strasburg Children has been dressing kids for decades in handmade, special occasion heirloom clothing. All their dresses are carefully handcrafted and include beautiful details like French seams, smocking, fabric-covered buttons and delicate embroidery. You’ll also find gorgeous leather dress shoes and hair accessories to complete each outfit, making Strasburg Children your one-stop-shop for children’s formal wear!
Sizes range from 12 months to 10 years, making Strasburg our go-to boutique for kids’ formal wear! Today, one lucky reader will win a dress from Strasburg Children to complete their little girl’s spring wardrobe. Details below!
One Daily Mom will win one (1) dress from Strasburg Children, valued up to $250. Winner’s choice based on in-stock dresses from www.strasburgchildrens.com, and subject to approval from the company. This contest is open to all U.S. residents aged 18+. Enter using the rafflecopter below. Entries can be earned by signing up for the Daily Mom newsletter, visiting social media sites and following further instructions on the rafflecopter. Good luck!
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Sarah is a yoga practicing, mostly vegan, coffee chugging, Jack White-loving, stay-at-home-mom to three kids 4 and under in Cincinnati, Ohio. In her free time, she does freelance work for Cincinnati Parent, Dayton Parent and Indy’s Child, and blogs about her adventures with three kids in the Queen City.