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Joan Calabrese Flower Girl Dresses

November 12, 2014

We are so  excited to announce our newest venture. We will be carrying Flower Girl and Communion dresses by Joan Calabrese for Mon Cheri. Joan wasborn into a family of Italian artisans and raised in Philadelphia, Joan Calabrese showed a complete love of fashion at a very early age. Calabrese adds, “From the day I could pick up a pencil, I was always drawing, always clothing.” As a small child, Calabrese also sewed her own dolls’ clothing, collecting fabric scraps from a family friend and dressmaker. As a high school student, she was offered a full scholarship to the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. After becoming a mother of two young daughters, Calabrese decided to pursue her innate talent of creating children’s clothes. Known for her use of exquisite fabric and detail along with pristine lines, Calabrese’s work is considered the finest representation of children’s couture. Joan joined create a new children’s collection, Joan Calabrese for Mon Cheri. Her collection for Mon Cheri offers moderate prices while still providing the signature style and fine fabrication her design is known for. Classic and timeless with an edge, this collection includes special occasion, flower girl and First Holy Communion designs.  When we decided to carry flower girl dresses, I went straight to Joan Calabrese. Take a look at these beautiful dresses.





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  1. pavitraasarees permalink
    February 25, 2015 11:33 AM

    Beautiful baby dresses your site in available with women clothing online store in youngster all style clothes store.Cheer your blog, Thanks !

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