I am pretty sure the answer to the question what every little girl wants, is “to look like a Princess and have their favourite teddy/doll to match them too”. Surely this is the right answer! I know just the gift to achieve this: Angel’s Face, the UK’s No. 1 brand selling full-ruffle pettiskirts and tutus, have the perfect girls’ gifts, outfits and stocking fillers for Christmas. 



Angel’s Face was established by Keely Deininger in 2007 and is very well known for its beautiful, high quality, soft chiffon, full and fluffy tutu skirts which are now available in over 40 colours for dolls, babies, children, teenagers and adults. Over the last 7 years Angel’s Face has expanded to sell a wide range of children’s clothing including divine frilly tutu dresses and tops, glittery ballet pumps and party shoes, delightful cardigans, fun t-shirts, comfortable leggings and adorable hair accessories.


What every little girl wants

Angel’s Face clothes are ideal for parties, birthdays, presents, fancy dress, christenings and its new range of flower girls dresses are perfect for weddings. All the dresses and tutu skirts come packed in stylish, vintage gift boxes. There is a wonderful Christmas section on their website at the moment, where you can buy the most gorgeous Christmas themed items: www.angels-face.co.uk/47-christmas

The Tutu Pettiskirt – with 40 fabulous colours to choose from these amazing tutu pettiskirts are soft and sumptuous and come packed in beautiful Angel’s Face branded ‘vintage style’ gift boxes, creating the ideal gift for girls of any age. Price: £35 – £65. Sizes: Baby – never too old.

Tutu Dolls Skirt – These lovely doll skirts measure 30cm around the waist and make a fun and inexpensive gift. Many different styles and colours are available. Please note that doll skirts are not packed in gift boxes. Price: £15.

Check out the full range of items on the Angel’s Face website: www.angels-face.co.uk. It is a great idea for Christmas for your little Princesses. 

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Last Update: Sunday, 13th December 2015