Want to be like Kristi Yamaguchi? Beyonce? Jessica Alba? How about Jennie Garth or Tori Spelling? Better get your giggle on and get ready to be the most fun girl on your block, because the only way to be like ALL these women is to put yourself inside a Miss Priss Tutu!
Dallas Roe, a “stay at home mommy” to two girls, started making the tutus as props for photos of her girls. Friends saw her talent and suggested she offer her talents to the world. Her oldest daughter is nicknamed “Miss Priss”, and from there, Miss Priss Tutus was born.
Dallas has created the girly-girl outfits that combine tutus and corsets for celebrities and the average Jill alike. Her creations have been seen in Vogue magazine twice, and have received worldwide praise. Not bad for a young lady from Woodstock, Ga!
Miss Priss Tutus has a heart as well. They give back to the community regularly through ‘Team Calgon’ and ‘One Day at a Time’, which address autism and special needs, respectively.
Watch for Dallas to come out with her new bridal line!
North Georgia Leisure will show the tutus at Bella in Duluth, GA on March 24, and at other metro Atlanta venues soon!