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The A to Z of Children's Fashion - D Is For Dressing Up

From Little Lord Fauntleroy frills to funky flares, even the youngest child can be dedicated follower of fashion with our A to Z guide

Posted: 13 May 2010
by Judith Eagle

Dressing-up clothes took off in the 19th century and are still adored by children, parents and educators everywhere, especially because it is a sure-fire way to spark creativity and encourage imagination through role play. The average dressing-up collection is a ragbag of hand-me-downs, jumble sale finds and ready-made costumes, but the absolute undoubted crème de la crème of dressing-up boxes can be found at Harrods for £800. The House of Silhouettes Box includes a three-piece silk couture dress with adaptable accessories that can be mixed and matched to create over 50 different outfits.

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