Holiday Traditions… Feltman Brothers Style


With Halloween behind us, that can mean only one thing: it’s time to start thinking about the holidays. And if you have a little one at home, there’s simply no better time of the year! That’s why we’re thrilled to offer holiday looks that will pair perfectly with all of your Christmas festivities. And the best part? Dressing each new family member in these heirloom-quality creations can be a family tradition you’ll look forward to year after year. Here are five times you’ll be thankful to have your Feltman Brothers holiday frock this year.


Christmas Cards

Everyone loves receiving these tidings of joy, especially when they come emblazoned with the faces of our friends’ and families’ children. While you don’t need to aim for perfection, there’s no doubt that you want to put your best foot forward. Select a festive background, be prepared to take lots of photos until you finally land “the one,” and hop on the holiday train with our Caboose bib, featuring red ric rac trim and an embroidered train car straight out of the North Pole.


DSC_6791-1.jpgVisiting Santa

Some established traditions are keepers and that’s definitely true of a visit to old St. Nick! And while it’s certainly a good idea to make sure he knows what tops your wish list, the real goal here is to score that iconic shot on his knee.  And even if your trip ends in tears rather than cheers, the photo will still give you a good story to tell. Show Santa you mean business with our holiday creeper, which features a smattering of pintucks across the bodice along with hand embroidered Christmas trees and presents.




Morning of Photos

Let’s face it. With so much to do, the holidays can be stressful sometimes. But it’s all worth it on Christmas morning when you see your children’s faces light up under the tree. It’s a special moment in time that won’t come again. Your kiddo will definitely be more focused on the acres of shiny wrapping paper than what they’re wearing but since you’ll want to commemorate the moment with video, dress him in our 2-piece Bobby suit, complete with red zigzag stitching and green accents reminiscent of holly.



Christmas Dinner

Whether you’re headed to grandmas or hosting for the first time, make the Christmas meal special by donning festive gear. For you and your spouse that might mean matching “ugly sweaters”. For your kids, go for the holiday version of their Sunday best. Shop our holiday bib, which features a ring of red and green smocking, punctuated by floral bullions and a ruffle flourish.


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Though going to church is definitely not about the fashions, dressing up adds a special touch to the sacred service. Show your holiday spirit with our bishop dress

with French lace, generous rows of red and green smocking and red rosettes studding the neckline and hem.


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