Dressing Up is Fun to Do

My girls love to dress up. They get it from me. If someone suggests a fancy-dress party, I get all excited and start planning my costume! Last weekend I took great pleasure in wearing a 1940s-style glamorous costume for my themed book signing event in Telford.


West Midlands Valentines Book Signing Event

Currently my daughters favour princess costumes. The youngest (aged 3) wears her Anna dress from the movie Frozen at least three times per week, if not more. I literally wash it one day and she wears it the next! My elder daughter is moving more into the medieval princess dress styles, and she would love something like this Tudor Gown and Head-dress. She has a similar costume already.



Photo Credit: English Heritage Shop

Another favourite dressing up game is to be the characters from the children’s TV programme Ben and Holly’s Little Kindgom. My elder daughter is always Princess Holly, occasionally Queen Thistle, and so this gold crown would make a perfect accompaniment to her costume. Do you and your children like to dress up?


Photo Credit: English Heritage Shop

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