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Magic Town Leotard: TOO CUTE!

 Hi fashionistas! Who doesn't love a hot pink leotard and skirt combo? Or spoiling one of their favorite little girls? Seriously, I am so tickled pink (pun intended) and cannot wait to to share it with my favorite little ballerina.
So are you dying to hear the scoop about this leotard? Keep reading...
[EDITED: Please see my 2nd review for more information.]

Stock photo. (C) Magic Town.
The leotard is made by an uber girl friendly (and feminine) company called, Magic Town, that can be found on Amazon where they offer an array of outfits for little girls from party dresses (see upcoming review!) to costumes to leotards.

The leotard comes in several options including long sleeves, short sleeves, tank top and classic cut. For the review purposes, I chose a tank top style which you can see in the below photo.

But wait, there's even more options to choose from! There is the standard leotard (sold separate), leotards with ruffled tutus (too cute!!) and leotards with wrap around skirts (that are perfect for allowing the young girls to keep using the skirt as they grow taller. For this review, I chose a wrap around skirt option that is currently on SALE!

Oh, and guess what? We have even more options! Seriously, it's a win win for parents and those of us who love spoiling our favorite little girls.

Sizes are designed to allow the girls to use the leotards for a couple years. Options are: 2-4, 4-6, 6-8, 8-10 and 10-12.

There are also a half dozen choices for colors including: blue, pink, purple, red, rose (as seen in this review -- looks more like a bubblegum pink to me) and black.

So are you sold yet? If you're still on the fence, it is currently on sale for $15.99 (savings of $33!) So what are you waiting for? Enjoy and if you need to, rest assured there are FREE returns/exchanges on Amazon. Please see my 2nd review for more information.

Two more details:

  • Material: 90% Cotton/10% Spandex
  • Made in CHINA

Disclaimer: This review was sponsored by Magic Town and Tomoson. All opinions are my own.