Jessica Dickinson of the beautiful children’s lifestyle blog Blake Acres shares her love of classic children’s wear labels and features French brand, Charlotte sy Dimby on the Junior Style blog. Jessica and her Boston-based family share their adventures both near and far. Be sure to follow her on Instagram @blakeacres
As we approach another year-end and the festivities that await, we retrace familiar steps that lead us back to my childhood home. Much like the calm before a storm, everything here is serene and our minds at ease. Once pampered and feeling refreshed, we’re ready to tackle the holidays with a bit more glee.
The brilliant collection from Charlotte sy Dimby brings us even closer to that festive feeling with a gorgeous selection of holiday dressing that has us spellbound. And truthfully, there is no time like the present to add a bit more fancy to your day.
As we stand watch at the shoreline, an early December breeze gives movement to hemlines and hair ties. The girls engage in a Regency style dance, evoked in part by the classic styles of Charlotte sy Dimby. The incredible detail on Mila’s Smocked Poule Dress lends itself to the season. Made with the most luxurious winter cotton, it feels wonderful to the touch and impossible to resist wearing daily.
Like Mila, Elise’s Smocked Dress carries with it a signature handmade quality that folks have come to know as Charlotte sy Dimby. A now international brand, these beautifully handcrafted garments have a rich history of smocking pioneer, Monique Ramahay. Local to Paris’s 6th arrondissement, Monique’s flagship boutique, L’ Île aux Fées, is an institution in its own right. Covered buttons, handsewn hemlines, and handmade petticoats are just a few of the reasons we adore the elegant childrenswear label, Charlotte sy Dimby.
Home for the Holidays with Charlotte sy Dimby Clothing Credits:
Elise and Mila’s dresses: Charlotte sy Dimby
Elise’s shoes: Pom d’Api
Elise and Mila’s hair accessories: Eva’s House
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