Christmas Card Worthy Clothing with Florence Eiseman!

Christmas Card Worthy Children’s Clothing


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It’s the time of year when everyone is thinking about Christmas card photos and, with that, Christmas clothes for their children! For our latest family photos, I dressed my girls in classic children’s clothier, Florence Eiseman.

Last year I wrote about dressing children like children (still one of my most popular posts!) and talked about the timeless brand of Florence Eiseman. Not only is their design classic, but their garments are made with the finest materials in the market so the clothes hold up over time as they are passed down from siblings and cousins. In fact, I still have Florence Eiseman dresses I wore as child over thirty years ago and dress my girls them because they still look that good!

I love my girls’ new knit dresses from Florence Eiseman. The perfect play dresses, especially with leggings or tights when it gets cold (if that ever happens in Dallas!).

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We were stripe happy for these photos!

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Photos: Stephanie Drenka

For more of a holiday look, I am loving Florence Eiseman’s plaids this year. How darling is this Florence Eiseman tartan plaid skirt that goes up to a size 14? (And comes in an adorable jumper!)

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Photo: Megan Weaver

If you have boy/girl twins or siblings under two years old, these coordinating boy and girl plaid outfits are just precious. So cute for Christmas, yes, but really all fall and winter! I think I had a dress almost identical to the one one the right!

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As many of you moms know, Florence Eiseman is known for their signature classic appliqués.The jumper on the left is reversible and has tulip appliqués.

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Boy moms who want to dress their boys as darling as Prince George, you are going to love Florence Eiseman’s holiday options this year.

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And, yes, that is a Scottish terrier appliqué on those plaid longalls.

You can shop the full line on Florence Eiseman’s website (free shipping over $100!). Boys clothing is sizes up to size seven and girls up to size sixteen.

Now for the giveaway!

Florence Eiseman is giving two DoSayGive readers a holiday garment in the size/gender of their choice. All you have to do to enter is:

  1. “Like” Florence Eiseman Design on Facebook. (Click here).
  2. “Share” this post on Facebook. (Share button below).
  3. Comment (or in Facebook giveaway post) below that you did!

One entry per person (I screen for duplicate entries). U.S. residents only. Giveaway ends Sunday, Oct. 11th at midnight.  Winner announced here and on Facebook! Update: Congratulations Mandy Rice and Paige Freeman Hoover for winning this giveaway!!

If you want to read my original post about “Dressing Children Like Children,” including the rich history of Florence Eiseman, read it here.

And speaking of Christmas cards, did you know Minted has an early bird special right now – save 15% off cards with code EARLYBIRD15. Even if you don’t have your photo you can still buy now and personalize later!

Happy Holidays (early!)



 Girls: Green/blue striped dress with appliqué // Pink Stripe Dress with appliqué // Studio 342 Blue/Charcoal Stripe Sweater Dress // Tartan Plaid Skirt and Navy Top c/o Florence EIseman

Me: Striped Scarf (35% off today with code ONLYNOW) // Booties

My Husband: johnnie-O Pullover // Napa Pants // Luchesse Boots

Photos: Stephanie Drenka

Skirt Photo: Megan Weaver

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21 thoughts on “Christmas Card Worthy Children’s Clothing

  1. I have always loved Florence Eiseman clothing for my kids! My portrait gallery is like a catalog pictorial. 😉 I have Liked their page for years and shared this post on my fb page. 🙂