Mary Helen Clothing Giveaway

I recently discovered Mary Helen Clothing and have fallen in love.  Mary Helen clothing is a Cincinnati based company and the clothing is handmade here.   Mary Helen always knew that she wanted to create clothing for little girls with the fun imagination that she had.  I love Mary Helen’s words:  I want young girls to know how beautiful they truly are, and be able to express themselves through the clothes they wear. I feel that Mary Helen clothing will lead girls into a life of high self-worth and beauty through fun loving, age appropriate clothing that makes them feel beautiful, confident and proud.”

The clothing is so fun and my girls loved looking through the line and deciding on one piece of clothing was the hardest part.  I finally chose the Phoebe dress.  I love the longer sleeves for the colder weather approaching and it was the only reason I chose the Phoebe Dress over the Kinley Dress, which is adorable also.  The Phoebe dress is just gorgeous.
“Tiers of bold print accented with this soft green jersey. pull it all together with a ribbon tie waist! the perfect playtime outfit for fall! pair with the ann legging and headband for the complete look!”

One lucky reader will win the Cassidy Dress in their choice of size.  Sizes are from size 2 to size 12 .

 The Cassidy Dress (valued at $53) is adorable. 

“oh so soft and comfy! this little bunny dress is a fun play day look for your girl. pair with the brooklyn vest and stella leggings for the perfect outfit!”

Good luck!  Winner must be a resident of the Continental U.S.A. and 18+

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