Seamstress Creates Web site to Promote Handpicked Formal Fashions for Kids

Vincennes, IN (PRWEB) December 18, 2009

Sandy Robinson’s adolescence would have been considered normal by most outsiders; she attended public school, had many friends and enjoyed her family. However, she possessed an extraordinary gift that made her unique – her natural ability to handcraft and design a wardrobe.

“I started sewing when I was 10 years old and a member of the 4-H Club. My grandmothers were also seamstresses and quilters. By the time I reached high school, I was making my own prom dresses and crafting First Communion dresses for friends and family; I even made the bridesmaid dresses for my own wedding,” Robinson said.

Now, about 30 years later, she has utilized her talent and flawless-fashion sense to create an online business,, which distributes “adorable and affordable children’s formal clothing,” she noted.

Here, shoppers can browse through Robinson’s collection of flower girl and holiday dresses, First Communion dresses and suits, tuxedos, Baptismal and Christening attire and accessories such as veils, tiaras and white satin gloves. From infancy to children 12 years old, is sure to satisfy the fashion essentials and extravagant accents of every kid in need of formalwear.

Although Robinson didn’t handcraft her merchandise, she has hand selected it to include only the best fabrics with quality stitching and the most adorable fashions. To learn from her expert eye as a seamstress, shoppers are encouraged to visit the Web site’s newly formulated blog,

Here she will instruct customers on how to select the best fabrics for each season, elaborate on which fabrics look the best while providing comfort (no itchy materials here), how to accessorize and how to prepare a child for a formal event. is dedicated to providing quality apparel that is guaranteed to make a child’s inner star shine!

About the Company: is owned and operated by longtime seamstress Sandy Robinson.

Sandy Robinson

(812) 726-5215

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