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Pretend to Bee readies new Fairy Costume line

‘We will be supporting this new range with marketing throughout 2017 and want every little girl to want to Pretend to Bee a fairy,’ says Pretend to Bee’s Harrison Palmer.
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British dress-up manufacturer, Pretend to Bee is bolstering its costume offering with its new Fairy collection.

The range features four new outfits including Garnet Fairy, Diamond Fairy, Sapphire Fairy, Amethyst Fairy and Aqua Fairy.

Each costume boasts unique detailing and embroidery, as well as soft wings and its own accessories such as wands and headbands.

“We are delighted to launch this new prestige collection. Our portfolio already includes an array of fairy costumes but the quality of this new range is just superb,” said Harrison Palmer, sales and marketing director at Pretend to Bee.

“We know that these designs will appeal to little girls of all ages, as well as mums and they are sure to be worn again and again. We will be supporting this new range with marketing throughout 2017 and want every little girl to want to Pretend to Bee a fairy.”

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