Playsilks are simply pieces of beautiful colored cloth that are used to make capes, skirts, and doll carriers, over and over again in different combination. Blue silks can be spread on the floor to "sail" boats on; green can be grass for horses to "graze" on. These toys are sustainable, eco-friendly and reusable so moms feel good about having them around the house. Sarah's Silks is proud to be Green America certified. Launch date: July 2011. Awards: 2011 Green America
Made of airy, sumptuous 100-percent silk, the Rainbow Fairy Skirt is designed to create magic with every move. Fully reversible, the skirt is finished with a satin rose detail on both sides, and its multiple layers come to a fluttering pointed hem. The waist is elastic for ease and comfort of wear. — “We do great with Sarah's Silks; they have great skirts,” said Eric Masoncup, owner of Geppetto's Toy Box in Oak Park, Ill., of his top-selling dress-up items during a March 2010 survey. — Two of 37 retailers named Sarah's Silks as their top-selling line of dress-up clothes in spring 2010.
The complete, one-piece silk costume comes with hood wings and a tail. The costume features a Velcro closure at the neck, allowing kids to easily get in and out of the costume themselves. The costume’s soft silk material is comfortable and itch-free. A dragon costume is also available. Launch date: December 2007.
The soft and shiny silk princess dress comes with flowing, georgette silk sleeves and a matching hat. The combination is available in pink and rainbow, or turquoise and lavender. The MSRP is $20-$65. Launch date: February 2008.
Shiny green and turquoise heavy weight silk with a woven in wave pattern. Includes skirt tail, top, and head garland decorated with seaweed and ribbons. Gives a real mermaid look and mobility for play. All costumes are made from 100 percent silk and come in small and large sizes.