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80s Unicorn Birthday Rainbow Tutu Costume for Girls

80s Unicorn 6th Birthday Tutu Costume for Girls

I recently stumbled upon this gorgeous unicorn birthday outfit for girls which, with the tutu and rainbow socks, has a bit of an 80s vibe going on, and I just had to share it with you! This very popular costume is receiving a huge amount of positive feedback from customers (almost 1700 reviews as I write!) and is available from BubbleGumDivas at Etsy.

Each item can be bought separately, with a big choice of sizes and colours available for the T-shirt.

The outfit can be bought for a full range of age groups;

4th Birthday

5th Birthday

6th Birthday

7th Birthday

8th Birthday

9th Birthday

Here are some examples of the many different colours and styles available...


As the item is shipped from the United States, this does, unfortunately, add to the cost if you're in the UK or other countries. However, I guess it's really worth it if you want your daughter to really look and feel amazing on the big day. Of course, she can continue wearing the outfit long after the big day.

With the price in mind, I did wonder whether you could buy a similar outfit from Amazon for a cheaper price.
Polka dot birthday princess outfit for girls
Birthday Princess Outfit at Amazon
This sequin polka costume for girls is available at a fraction of the cost of the others featured above and is available in three colours for ages from 12 months to 6 years. You may also like these...




Indeed, there is an almost endless array of elegant and fun unicorn themed party dresses available at Amazon.

You may also be interested in;

Retro Fancy Dress for Girls

Unicorn Mugs


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