Australian flower girl designer Tutu De Monde says good bye to the flower girl dresses of years ago and hello to their latest collection “Meeting Miss Havisham” inspired by the mysterious Miss Havisham shutting herself away in her Gothic mansion, the intrigue and mystery of ghostly figures, and the strange eccentricities of the unexplored. Gowns pulled out of trunks, hidden away and pulled out to shine once again.

The Tutu De Monde label was born in 2009 from German born designer Andrea Rembeck. Andrea’s background in fashion, working for designers like Lisa Ho, Collette Dinnigan and Fleur Wood led her to launch her own label after her daughter Alyna was born with a desire to only wear fairy dresses and ballerina skirts. Andrea set out on a mission to create beautiful children’s wear that was made with quality and good design in mind.

The latest collection, aptly named “Meeting Miss Haversham” is dramatic, featuring feather, ribbon, sequin and tulle embellishments. Each garment is designed to give the look of a vintage piece without the wear and tear. In hues of violet, creamy whites, dusky pinks and rich royal blues the beautiful bold skirts, sweet sequined cotton tops and wispy adornments are all about fun and carefree fantasies.

Perfectly sweet for the littlest girls in your life and their dreamy fantasies of the designs are just the magic a little girl needs for her walk down the aisle.