My girls love every excuse to get dressed up in their best dresses. They hear party and they run to their closet to pick out their fanciest attire. The Holidays are usually their favorite time of year because they get to dress their best for family gatherings and parties. This Holiday Season the girls dressed in dresses from ValMax, a luxury Italian children’s label that has been around for 53 years. Their handmade clothing for girls 3-14 is simple, elegant, chic, and comfortable for little girls who love to dance the day away like mine do. I was taken aback by the superb quality of the materials used and the beautiful styles of ValMax. The dresses were true to size. The purple dress was a size 6 and had a lot of room for my daughter to grow into it. The other dress was a size 4 (their actual size) and both my girls fit it perfectly.
ValMax is trying to enter a new era of the 21st century by implementing the trends while preserving their original vision, quality, creativity, style, and most of all their great tradition of Italian craftmanship. The inspiration for their collection comes from the lands of Southern Italy, the love for color and the taste for richness in textures. The Autumn/ Winter 2012 collection features three themes:
- Wishful Days combines pastels with hints of sage green, winter mocha and black and white Chanel-esque vintage tweeds.
- First Bloom is everyday wear that makes a statement of individuality by using colors and prints to evoke the first blossoms of early spring.
- Wonderland Blossom incorporates elegant occasion wear that features ultra light techno-silk combined with cashmere dresses and pleated shift dresses.
Just because the holidays are over, 2013 brings weddings and other special occasions that will need the perfect party dress from ValMax! Be on the lookout for the stunning Spring/Summer 2013 line for girls and a newly added line for boys.
Disclaimer: I received two dresses to see the quality of the label. All opinions expressed are my own. The information in italics came from a press release received and from the ValMax website. The bottom images came from ValMax.