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Toddler girl Easter dresses for every style and budget

Hello! It’s Tiffany here today. Easter is coming although it’s a bit late this year. Which in addition to a lot of fun and meaningful family gatherings, Easter egg hunts, and celebrating the spiritual meaning, also means an excuse to buy an adorable frock for the little in your life. I am the worst when it comes to planning my girls’ wear for holidays and special occasions. I wait and wait for the absolute best deal, but I’m also picky, which often leads to last-minute scrambling. In case you’re wondering “frugal + particular” is a really poor combo! If you’re like me and afraid to pull the trigger or just like adorable toddler fashion, here’s some inspiration for you!

Shopping time

Girl’s Stripe Dress in Cotton Sateen

Gem Dress Bonus-there’s a pretty matching mom dress here!

Patterned Bow Dress At just $12.95, this one is such an easy call.

Pink Bow Shoulder Dress

Girls’ NellyStella Alexa Dress (Warning, this one is pricey!).

Peplum Ponte Dress

Which would you choose?

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Tiffany is a stay at home mother of two (soon to be three), wife, blogger, party planner, DIYer, amateur photographer, and self-proclaimed budget fashionista. She left a corporate job in human resources when her youngest child was born and now stays busy caring for her family and household. Tiffany is the blogger behind Taste{Full}, a contributor at Tall Clothing Mall and Live the Fancy Life where she covers budget fashion for moms and girls, party planning and more. Follow Tiffany on FacebookTwitter, Instagram and Pinterest!

6 Comments on Toddler girl Easter dresses for every style and budget

  1. Jana
    March 10, 2014 at 1:30 pm (205 days ago)

    Perfect timing! I was just saying to my husband we need an Easter dress for our one-year-old. We will try to take family pics because we will be together with my family. These are some great choices. I was immediately drawn to the Bohemain beauty – but would never spend that much on a dress for my daughter.. so of the rest I would say the chic cutie is my next favorite.

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    • Jana
      March 10, 2014 at 1:33 pm (205 days ago)

      I should say I personally wouldn’t spend that much on a dress for a one-year-old.

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      • Jessica
        March 10, 2014 at 2:29 pm (205 days ago)

        It’s a hefty price tag for a dress, that’s for sure. We do LOVE it though!

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    • Tiffany
      March 18, 2014 at 11:53 am (197 days ago)

      of course the pricey one is my fave too! ha! But I’m with you. I love the modern maven style next but Genevieve would be all about the princess one!

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  2. Jenna / Eat Drink Pretty
    March 13, 2014 at 4:28 pm (202 days ago)

    These are adorable. The pretty princess dress is my favorite. My aunt Chris likes to buy Juliet’s Easter/spring dress so I don’t have to pick it out myself which is nice. She usually shops at Gymboree so maybe she’ll choose it!

    Love the round-up. Girls dresses are so much fun.

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    • Tiffany
      March 18, 2014 at 11:55 am (197 days ago)

      Jenna so funny- My mother in law always hints to buy the girls Easter dresses but I’m too controlling! ;) (and our styles are VERY different!). It IS nice not to have to think about though. The past few years I’ve lucked out finding affordable dresses I love at the last minute but this year I’m stressing…plus with two little girls they have to coordinate (at least in my mind they do!) which makes it tough when shopping clearance at the last minute…

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