By peoplestaff225
Updated March 26, 2008 10:04 AM
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CBB Publisher Danielle's daughter Anya is a huge fan of princess dresses, and her favorite one seems to be Shrek's Princess Fiona costume. She's not alone, toddlers love to play dress up. Even older kids and adults like to engage in a little bit of innocent fantasy play now and then, think Halloween! We decided to round up our favorite princess dresses so that little girls all over could enjoy playing dress up, too.

Click continue reading to see our favorite pretty princess dresses.

Nothing's Too Good
We have no doubt that when Hollywood's elite play dress up they do itin a grand way. So we were not surprised to find fancy dresses and prettycostumes at prices over $250.

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Spare No Expense
What better way to splurge on a beautiful dress, then with one that canbe used as a party or special occasion dress, too. Keep in mind withlittle girls that the fuller the skirt, the happier they will be totwirl and twirl!

Not Pinching Pennies
If you're looking for a costume that's fit for royalty, these are some great picks. Dress up wear is notorious for falling apart easily, but when you spend a little more on the item, it's typically built to last through a little more wear.

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Looking for a Better Value
DisneyStore.com makes officially licensed costumes for most of their famous Princesses. These costumes are made for little ones to play around in and hold up pretty well. And the Disney ones look really authentic, too!

Favorite Items: Pink Petal Dress ($65, on sale), Disney Giselle Costume ($50), Disney Sleeping Beauty Costume ($40) and Snow Princess Poof ($40)

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Can't Stand to Spend Over $20
Many top retail stores carry costumes on their websites year round. Here are some great costumes at prices that may cause you to spoil your little princess with more than one!