Baby Pink Birthday Cupcake Hand-Smocked Dress by Oscar Newman
Your Birthday Girl will feel like a princess in this adorable pink hand-smocked dress features three embroidered pastel cupcakes, each meticulously decorated with a birthday candle and beaded flame, and iced with hand-sewn "sprinkles". Sparkling sequins are hand-sewn on each honeycomb and hand-smocked pin-tuck. Double-layered ruffles accented with tiny sequins and lace trims the hemline and cap sleeves. Our hand-smocked dresses are sure to become heirlooms and will be treasured keepsakes. So much detail in this upscale cupcake dress!
A note about hand-smocking: hand-smocking is an intricate and involved needle art. Oscar Newman dresses are
Designed for teacup, small and toy breeds.
About Oscar Newman Couture: Each item in the Oscar Newman collection is hand-embellished in limited quantities with premium materials including special hand-dyed fabrics and yarns, custom applique original embroidered designs, hand-sewn beading and Swarovski crystal and pearl accents. Every piece is a work of art, created with meticulous attention to design and materials. Oscar Newman also created the first and only true hand-smocked dresses for dogs, which consist of an intricate and involved needle art that has been handed down through generations, originating in Europe. Oscar Newman has dressed many celebrity pooches and has garnered a Who's-Who list of celebrity fans, including Paula Abdul, Star Jones, Britney Spears, and Tori Spelling, to name a few.
Please take the time to measure. The chest is the most important measurement, then the length. Example. If your pups chest girth is 17 inches and your dog is about 12 inches long, choose the size Small, if the chest is 17" and the length is 14 inches, then order the Medium.
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