Feltman Brothers Classic Baby Dresses

Feltman Brothers

Now that I have another baby girl to dress up I'm always on the lookout for cute girly outfits and ensembles for her so when I was approached to review a dress from Feltman Brothers I couldn't resist. After all, nothing says classic baby like their line of children's clothing. Surely you've heard of Feltman Brothers. The company has been around for ages - it was founded in 1916. If not, you're in for a treat. The Feltman Brothers collection launched with their hand-made dresses. The products were a raging success and evolved into Christening gowns, rompers, bubbles, body suits, blankets, booties, bonnets, and other accessories. The vintage-style baby clothing line is beautifully crafted, hand embroidered, and designed for newborns to toddlers. Are you traveling anywhere with your young [Read more]

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