Speaking of Christmas Presents . . .

I can tell by the look on your face that you’ve been agonizing over the question of what to get all the little girls on your Christmas list. You know, daughters, granddaughters, nieces, cousins, and the girl whose name your daughter drew for the Christmas party. Well good news! I have an idea for you!

There is a downside however, and that is that you have to buy it from me. I know, I know – as embarrassing as it is, I am trying to sell you something. But then again, it’s awful cute and downright useful – so why not sell you one?

It’s called the Skirty, and is exactly the answer you’ve been looking for. It’s also the first product available from my new business, Amoretti.

But back to your Christmas list, these really are the bee’s knees – and I’ve become quite addicted to them. I won’t let my girls leave home without them. So zoom on over to the website and pick one up for all the girls on your list! www.amorettidesigns.com


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14 thoughts on “Speaking of Christmas Presents . . .

  1. Bekah,

    These are marvelous! I can hardly wait till Baby L is big enough for us to order some for her. Genius. And the website looks fabulous!


  2. Way to go Bekah!

    I wore “pantaloons” in grade school so I could do all the tricks on the bars and other great playground equipment. Yours are so lovely! I wish you great success in this new business venture.

    Blessed Christmas Greetings!

  3. Oh, how wonderful! You don’t know how long I’ve been looking for something like this! Beautiful website too!

  4. My sister ordered two just before Thanksgiving…(yes, she can brag that she was your first online order!) We were so impressed! What a great idea and well made product! And…I have to tell you, one of my nieces abandoned her skirt altogether for the first couple days of getting her Skirty! Daddy finally had to lay down the law and say “No leaving the house w/ out the skirt overtop!”

  5. What a GORGEOUS website! And a great product! I was about resigned to having to modify a pattern and sew something similar myself for my little girl (for all the reasons you mentioned they’re necessary) but I’m a reluctant seamstress. I’m giddy at the thought of buying one! (Time to get hubby’s approval!)

    Incidentally, my mom found something similar for me–as a grown-up, not a little girl! I far prefer it to the half slip for comfort, and only wish I had longer ones for my longer skirts! Any chance you’ll whip up a batch of these for not-so-little girls?

    Oh, and I LOVE your not-to-be-mentioned thoughts regarding the navy bikeshort! Very cute & fun! 🙂

  6. Tee-Hee this takes me back, well, a Long time! Someone made me a life size Raggedy Ann doll when I was a baby. As soon as I was big enough I wore the “bloomers” under my dresses. Yours are much cuter though! Love the Lace.

  7. I am in LOVE with the clothes you are showing here. I have only one little girl (and three little boys!) and I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to shop your clothing collection once you get it up and running. Please put me on your email list or something!! Thanks!

  8. I just adore ALL of the clothes on your awesome web sight! When can we start buying those! And the skirtys will be so wonderful this summer for my baby girl( she’ll be two) I can’t wait to order some. Wish I had some when I was a little girl. We want to encourage our girls to be active( who says a girl can play in a tree, or hang upside down) yet still be feminine and modest!

  9. Very cute, Bekah! Congratulations on your new business!!
    With 2 boys of my own I will have to find someone else to buy The Skirty for, although I wish it had been invented when I was that age–I wore bike shorts too.
    Anyone have tips on where we can also find boys’ clothes that don’t make them look like lazy teenagers? It seems that every store only carries football jerseys and sweats for anything larger then size 2.

  10. Bekah,
    Very, very cute products! My eight-year-old daughter has been wearing bulky, cotton shorts under her skirts. Not so becoming! I need to pop over to your site again to check sizing. She’s as tall as a typical 10-year-old, but I imagine you still have sizes for bigger girls.
    I agree with everyone about the dresses-very cute and classy!

    Thanks for creating a great product and sharing it with us:)

    PS~ Brittany, you mentioned that you struggled with finding nice looking boys’ clothes. I heartily agree! I usually buy dress slacks from JCPenney and polo shirts. My 13-year-old son doesn’t like baggy stuff as much as his mommy. The uniform section works well for some of the basics.

  11. Maggie–Thanks for the tip! I haven’t thought of Penney’s since we have to drive for a while to the nearest one, but there’s always the busy mom’s shopping helper–the internet!

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