Product Review

Lil’ Sugarplum Baby and Girls Hair Accessories

Having just had my first girl after 3 boys, I’m not accustomed to girlish items like well, anything pink, tights, toys or accessories. I am just starting to get to the point where we really are looking for items that don’t scream ‘my brother wore me first’ and considering if we need to perhaps add a bit to the toy bins to offer a bit more variety than the trains, trucks and cars that our daughter is currently playing with. I may be a girl, but I’m far from girlie, so I didn’t jump right into the girlie items as soon as she came home. Recently, we’ve started slowly with a few cute items like socks, some leggings and a few play dresses, but now that she’s almost one, we might need to step it up a bit. She also has enough hair that we need to consider some tiny hair clips and really thinking about our possible future of barrettes, pony tail holders and headbands.

Lil’ Sugarplum offers a very wide variety of hair accessories for babies and little girls, as well as a whole variety of other items like sweet little baby headbands, necklaces, purses, ponytail holders and hats. If you’re looking for a few cute items for your baby or any other little girl in your life, this is a great place to start. You can even find some very cute bows for that girl dog in your life as well. Started 4 years ago by a mother of prematurely born children, one boy and one girl, a percentage of all sales goes to the March of Dimes, so not only are you buying something pretty for your little girl, you’re helping other babies as well. These sweet hair accessories will make your daughter happy when she’s old enough to want her own girlier bobs and bits, but until then they can make you happy, just to see how cute she is. Please visit the Lil’ Sugarplum site for more information.

Thank you to Lil’ Sugarplum for providing a sample for review.


About the author


Kiersten lives in Maplewood, NJ with her husband and four children ( born 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009). Before becoming a mommy full time, she worked in magazine publishing at Art in America and The Magazine Antiques, ran Pleather Records in Chapel Hill, NC and has an MA in Media Studies from The New School.

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