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Saki Pajamas

$39.00

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Saki means "blossom" in Japanese. This floral print is inspired by the Katazome method of using a resist dye technique and stencils to create a pattern.
  • Slim fit conforms to CFR 1615/1616
  • 100% cotton rib, brushed on the inside for softness
  • Machine wash
  • Imported
  • Style #6F12704

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5

Beautiful design, beautiful quality

I purchased these and the Mount Kita PJs in the size 12 for my 11 yo daughter and she LOVES them. Fit was perfect (which is really rare for us since she is tall/skinny for her age). I couldn't be happier. The design is gorgeous and the quality seems top notch. We are really pleased with our purchase. Needed assistance checking out and the salesperson who responded went above and beyond. Very, very happy customer.


Vancouver, WA

1

Arms far too small

Like others, I agree that the arms of these pajamas are waaaaaay too skinny. I tried putting these on my three years old and she fussed because the arms were far too tight. The print was stretching so much you couldn't even tell what was on them. My daughter wears a size 4 and isn't chubby, in fact she's very lean, so making these arms so slim mystifies me! Please change these so that the arms are bigger! We have some older Tea pajamas that fit beautifully, and the print on these (along with the green and pink pagoda) is beautiful, but not worth it if you can't get them on!


Huntsville, AL

3

Adorable but really tight

I picked this pair to review for no particular reason. We have several pair of Tea PJ's and it's all the same deal: the pattern designers need a raise, the team who decides on actual fit needs to meet an actual toddler. My daughter is almost 3. We bought size 4 and 5. They seem to just get longer as you size up, not any wider. She is average size and we have to tug and tug to get her arms in. But yet, they are freak'n adorable so we keep coming back.


Philly

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