I did a bit of thinking and came up with a plan before going to Fabricland. The "let's just see what we find" sort of trips always leave me overwhelmed and disappointed. Also, I had a limited amount of time and had to be quick and focused with a list. Thankfully, they had what we needed and my plan worked!
The fabric is a teal ponte knit so it is both comfortable and washable. The pattern is a heavily modified Ottobre T-shirt pattern and a 3/4 circle skirt. I used Kadiddlehopper's tutorial for drafting the skirt part.
The organza flower (tutorial here) is pinned on and the velvet ribbon belt closes with a snap under the bow so both are removable before washing. Thread chain belt loops at the side seams keep the ribbon in place.
This is a more sophisticated looking dress than I've made for my daughter before and I really like how it looks on her. It doesn't get any better than a circle skirt for twirling, so she really likes it, too. Winner!