Tinsel Town

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Ever dreamt of being a ballerina?
Or a princess in those big, puffy skirts?

Shabby Apple can make you feel like one!
Shabby Apple's Tinsel Town collection offers a variety of dresses and skirts that shows elegance and says royalty. And now that their Tinsel Town skirt is back and restocked, girls can now start twirling.

You can also enjoy 10% off with code TUTU at checkout.

Here are my top 3 picks from this collection:
"Pair it with platform pumps and our Oscars shirt for the perfect hollywood holiday party."

"Pair it with our City of Angels shirt or your favorite silky top for a look that will have you clutching all the style awards this season and thanking all the little people..."

"Simultaneously sophisticated and sassy, the Mulholland will make any special occasion shine."

Get your now at Shabby Apple!

(Photos & Quotes: Shabby Apple)

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