For little princesses, you must have at least two or three ball gown costumes. That way, she will have a dress for every season and special occasion. They come in different colors, different styles, and with different accessories. Two or three balls gowns are a place to start, with the possibility of adding more in the future.
Pink and Regal
There are the pink ball gowns that have puffy sleeves, velvet bodices, and shiny, sequined trim. The skirts are shiny and puffy, with layers of delicate sheer swoops of fabric on the sides that meet in the back. These dresses can be embellished with fabric flowers, silver sequins, and a hoop skirt underneath, so that it flares out better when she is twirling at the ball. If she wants a dress that is fuller, she can choose a more queen-like dress. This dress would have long sleeves that are fitted to the lower arm, but has a large, poufy sleeve on the upper arm. The skirt is full and will split in the front to reveal a different color that is edged with gold trim. The front will lace together like a corset and a matching headband will come with the dress that is made of fabric flowers.
Weddings and Ladies-in-Waiting
What would a princess be without a wedding gown in white satin and velvet? Just in case a prince comes along, she should be ready. The wedding gown can be totally white with combinations of satin, velvet, tulle, and trim. Or, the gown can be a combination of white fabrics with gold or silver trim, sequins, lace, buttons, or ribbons. Accessories that could come with the white wedding gown would be a hoop skirt, petticoat, wedding veil, white gloves that go to the elbow, and a sparkly tiara, or a crown. A veil can attach to the tiara or the crown. The wedding train can attach to the top of the shoulders or the tiara or the crown. When more little princesses come to play, she can wear the wedding dress and her playmates can be her ladies-in-waiting wearing the ball gown costumes with all their accessories.