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The Ultimate Kids’ Christmas Edit


“Unless we make Christmas an occasion to share our blessings, all the snow in Alaska won’t make it white.” – Bing Crosby

If ever there was a reason to dress up and spread the joy, this is it. For most of us, social distancing and quarantine took the lightness and laughter out of Christmas. Now, post-pandemic, we have a new appreciation for friends, family, freedom, and time-honoured tradition. We’re taking nothing for granted and our desire for luxury, indulgence, ornamentation and celebration has never been greater. This Christmas promises to put all the glam and glitter back into the holiday season. Welcome to the New Noel.

Between festive season soirees, yuletide dinners and New Year parties, our carefully curated Christmas edit arrives just in time. You will find echoes of all the key decorative trends for Christmas ‘22: Maximalist patterns with dramatic blooms and opulent Botanics; pared down Scandi-chic with metallic accents (this season even ‘less’ has ‘more’); traditional colour combinations of vibrant red and verdant green; a nod to Regency-core with rich textures and velvet luxe; and all the romance of an old-fashioned winter fayre with its frosted colour palette and high shine glitter.

There’s something pretty, something elegant, something quirky, something classic, something cool. You’ll find heirloom-quality, fabulous frocks, versatile velvet, timeless tartan, sparkling party shoes, metallic bags, and big satin bows to wrap it all up.

So, pour yourself a glass of gluhwein, turn on the Christmas carols and get ready to be inspired...


On the first day of Christmas…

Get the festivities started in this tiered tulle frock featuring a regal black satin bow, front and centre. Because this season, more is more, we suggest accessorizing with a luxurious rose-topped Alice band, charming long socks or lurex tights and patent Mary Janes.  And Ho! Ho! Ho! She’s all set for a coordinated photo-op with Santa himself. 

 red christmas tulle dress

On the second day of Christmas …

Red and white is the quintessential Christmas combination but a peplum hem, puffed sleeves, contrasting satin bib and peter pan collar give this Ponte Roma dress some extra flair and flight of fancy, while the heart-shaped buttons make it Angel’s Face’s own. Accessorise with a giant hair bow, snowdrop socks and glitter Mary Janes buckled with sparkling hearts. Santa Clausette is coming to town.

 Christmas red dress

On the third day of Christmas …

Tartan and tradition go together like frankincense and myrrh, Christmas trees and fairy lights, holly and wreaths. Floaty tulle lends this dress the feel of fairy wings, delicate ruffles add whispers of whimsy and an off-centre satin bow seals its status as a festive frontrunner.


It’s fully lined in a soft stretch cotton blend and fastens at the back with a gold logo button.  Best worn with red tights or long charmed socks and patent black baby doll shoes.

On the fourth day of Christmas…

Christmas at its best is a cosy combination of the holy and the homely, and this dress more than any other, captures the spirit of Noel:  The depth of port, the majesty of velvet, and all the ceremony of an oversized bow with a scalloped edge the colour of clotted cream; perfect for midnight mass, then falling asleep at the fireside.

On the fifth day of Christmas…

The queen of hearts has come for mincemeat tarts.

Red hearts printed on black jacquard lend this quirky party dress a layer of luxury. Gold-charmed epaulettes nod to The Nutcracker, and when teamed with red tights, a big red Angel’s Face hair bow and gold glitter Mary Janes, you have a look worthy of Wonderland.

On the sixth day of Christmas…

Hark! The angels sing... With its frills, ruffles, and gathered bell-cuffed sleeves, this blush pink and gold-heart tulle dress has the angelic glow of Christmas memories from long ago. Add a rose gold hair bow, vintage rose charming socks and glitter shoes, then head on to the Christmas night market for a family stroll, and a turn around the carousel.

*Fully lined in soft jersey, this sheer delight is gentle and comfy against the skin.

On the seventh day of Christmas…

This festive dress with its wintertime florals, is simply, blooming beautiful. A theatre of pink petals on a black background, three-quarter sleeves with shoulder frills, a ruffled neckline and a voluminous hem make it a Christmas shop-stopper.  Accessorize with a rich velvet, burgundy rose-petal headband, long black socks, and pink glitter Mary Janes to complement its opulence and elegance.

On the eighth Day of Christmas….

This gold occasion dress in sparkling jacquard woven with metallic thread appears plain, but turn around and it will steal your heart. Featuring a large bow and diamante buckle at the waist and a heart-shaped cut-out on the back, it’s fully lined and fastens with an invisible zip and gold buttons.  Perfect for a New Year party; suitable for a seat at the grown-up's table or a tasteful twirl on the dance floor with dad.


On the ninth day of Christmas…

This knitted cardigan with gold logo buttons provides an extra layer of warmth for an outing to a matinee of the Nutcracker on Ice, an evening of nativity plays, or an after-dark walk down the high street with its Christmas lights, reindeers, sleighs and Santas.


On the tenth day of Christmas...

This singular separate with its tiered pleated collar, satin bow, and signature Angel’s Face heart charm, comes in a festive palette of red, black and gold, leaving no doubt that school is out, and the silly season has begun. Wear it with a tulle tutu and black patent boots for any Christmas occasion.

On the eleventh day of Christmas...

Like the fairy on the Christmas tree, this sparkling metallic shell bag with a gold chain strap and a giant bow, adds the finishing touch to every outfit. Best of all, it will hold her chocolate-coated nuts and theatre programme, or lip gloss and candy stick.

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