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Fashion design,100% Brand New,high quality!
Material: Cotton Blend
Pattern Type: Solid
Sleeve length: Long Sleeve
Main Color: As The Picture Show
Style: Fashion
Stylish and fashion design make your baby more attractive
Great for casual, Daily, party or photoshoot, also a great idea for a baby show gifts
It is made of high quality materials,Soft hand feeling, no any harm to your baby's skin
Please allow slight 1-3cm difference due to manual measurement and a little color variation for different display setting,
thanks for your understanding!
1 inch = 2.54 cm
Thank you and nice day!
Package include:1PC Romper+1PC Hairband

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