Win It: Princess Dress by Olie
Searching for the perfect Easter dress for your little girl? We’ve found a beautiful, pure white dress that is sure to have your little princess twirling on Easter day, or any special day for that matter. The Olie Princess Dress was made for those special moments that will delight and ignite your child’s flair for fashion.
Whether it’s a casual outing or a more formal affair, you will love the sophistication and delicate detail of the Olie Princess Dress. Olie has combined function (it’s machine washable!) with beautiful fashion (check out the lattice details!). Dress it up with fun accessories or wear alone for a more casual look, but either way, the Olie Princess Dress is sure to make every little girl look and feel like a princess for a day!
Sizes range from newborn to 24 months, making the Olie Princess dress the perfect first piece of princess attire! Today, two lucky readers will win the Princess Dress from Olie to complete their little girl’s spring wardrobe. Also, don’t miss out on other Olie goodies for your little one by using the 30% discount code “OLIEBABY” for Daily Mom readers for the next 30 days at check out. Details below.
One (1) Daily Mom reader will win one (1) Olie Princess Dress from Olie, valued at $30. 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. The 30% off discount code is good for 30 days from the first day of the raffle. Good luck!
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Stephanie is a military wife, currently residing in New York, and mama of two exceptionally curious kiddos – a rugged pint-size princess and a toddling Evel Knievel-in-training – and one sweet, easy going baby boy. When she isn’t exploring the family’s newest dwellings, running trails, farmers’ markets, and playgrounds, she spends her down time working from home, feverishly correcting “textspeak” in her college students’ essays as an adjunct English instructor for a local community college. Her passion for writing and photography can be found at Stephanie High Photography on facebook