Luxurioux Baby Bodysuit

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A unisex baby bodysuit made from soft and stretchy cotton with softness that is perfect for an infant's sensitive, smooth skin. Durable print will survive the very first adventures of little explorer. Available in a range of cute colors and sizes up to 18 months.


NB
6M
12M
18M
Width, in
7.33
8.67
10
11.03
Length, in
11.46
12.49
13.51
14.49
Sleeve length, in
2.52
2.76
3
3.23



.: 100% Flexible cotton (fibre content may vary for different colors)
.: Light (5.0 oz/yd² (170 g/m²))
.: Tear away label


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