Atlantis Created Birthday Girl Dresses

The city of Atlantis sunk beneath the sea thousands of years ago, taking with it all of its treasures.  Literature, art, music, religion, and culture.  But perhaps the most tragic thing lost is their renowned collection of birthday girl dresses.

No one knows for sure why this city sunk into the waves, but there are many theories.  All of them are wrong.  Here’s my hypothesis, which is surely correctly.  Neighboring countries were very envious of their craftsmanship regarding girls dresses.  When the residents of their first town wouldn’t give up their trade secrets, the enemy bombarded them with rocks and other heavy objects, until the island became so heavy, it was sucked into the ocean.  Scientists will tell you this can’t possibly be true.  They’ll also try to convince you that the world is round and that the sun is the center of the solar system.  Hogwash, I say!


Anyway, today we’ve successfully reconstructed the girls birthday dresses from history using the latest forensic analysis.  Using a combination of computer imagery and artistry, the website twirlygirl is the first to be able to offer these girls dresses to the public.  Of course, there is no shortage of knockoffs.  A good thing is always stolen.  But they are just pretenders.

These classic girls dresses are appropriate for birthdays, holidays, or parties.  You can dress them up or down, depending on what kind of girl you are.  The ancients wore these dresses everywhere.  Some used them as togas, and others used them as twiryl skirts.  Luckily, you can use them for whatever you want.  For a complete selection of birthday girl dresses that have been restored from their glorious past, please visit


About duncanfaber4

I am primarily a blogger and personal shopper. I mainly write about girls fashion, since that is my area of expertise. Have a question or comment, I'd love to hear it!
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