Tiff Bierer is a mom, a wife and a designer. Her Etsy shop specializes in vintage inspired clothing and accessories for girls. The inspiration and namesake of her shop is her daughter Kailyn Zoe. Thanks to her inspiration from vintage clothing Tiff has created a shop full of beautiful dresses, delicate lace rompers and precious headbands.
For this I review Tiff sent me one of her “Olivia” dress in ivory with a ribbon band with flowers of the same color. The dress is made of chiffon and delicate lace. The lace covers the shoulders, the neck and the hem of the skirt and it has very delicate butterfly cap sleeves. The sash of the dress is made of satin ribbon and has two chiffon flowers.
This dress is beautiful! It was even more beautiful in person than it looks in the photos. The lace is very delicate and soft and I love that also has it on the hem. I love the details of the dress, the pearl button on the back of the neck, the sweet sleeves and delicate and light chiffon. All the little details give the dress an old-world elegance.
I love that is has an elastic waist band that helps keep the sash in place when you tie it on. The sash is also long enough so that you can use it for different sized waists. The dress fabric is very soft and did not irritate my daughter’s skin, the lace is also very soft.
My daughter is 1 year old, measures approximately 29.9 inches and weighs 19 pounds. The dress Kailyn Zoe & Co. sent me was the “Olivia” in Ivory size 1/2T. The color is very nice and gives you it a more vintage appearance. It is a little big in the shoulders but my daughter is very skinny and she should grow into it by spring.
Kailyn Zoe & Co. has gorgeous dresses and the quality is excellent. Tiff has taken inspiration from a more elegant time and has brought it to our modern world.
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*Raquel is a contributing writer as part of the Thrifty Nifty Mommy Blogger Network. You can read more from Raquel (In Spanish!) on her personal blog, Pompa En Tela.*