BlackLux (White) Infant Long Sleeve Bodysuit

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BlackLux (White) Infant Long Sleeve Bodysuit This comfortable long-sleeved bodysuit for chillier days will be perfect for your little one - lap shoulders will make for easier changing.

• 5.0 oz., 100% combed ring-spun cotton, 1x1 baby rib, heather color is 88% cotton/12% polyester
• White is sewn with 100% cotton thread
• Reinforced three-snap closure on binding
• Lap shoulders for easy changing

Size guide

  6M 12M 18M
Body Length (inches) 18 ½ 19 ½ 20 ½
Body Width (inches) 8 ¾ 9 ¾ 10 ¾
Sleeve Length (inches) 8 ⅝ 8 ⅞ 10
  6M 12M 18M
Body Length (cm) 47 50 52
Body Width (cm) 22 25 27
Sleeve Length (cm) 22 23 25

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