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Miki Trapeze Baby Dress


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Miki is a Japanese girl's name that means "flower stem." This unique and artful floral print is inspired by antique pottery we spotted on the shelves of a shop in a fishing village in Inuyama.
  • Shirring at chest and back
  • Long sleeves
  • 100% cotton jersey
  • Machine wash
  • Imported
  • A portion of every purchase is donated to the Global Fund for Children. Together we can make an impact. Learn more
  • Style #6F32302


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Love the quality of tea clothing!

Tea has to be one of my favorite everyday brands for my kids. I love the quality, colors, and patterns especially the Miki Trapeze Baby Dress. I purchased this and the striped rib baby leggings for my newborn and I adore it. So much so, that I'm going to purchase a matching set for my 5 year old. I can't wait for them to wear it together! Thank you Tea Collection for making exceptional clothing.

Lexington, KY


Bright and Fun

I love this dress! Its so bright and fun and the material is perfect for fall. I am never disappointed in my tea purchases!

Cleveland, Ohio


soft and pretty

This dress is great for everyday.
whenever my daughter go out for play, I select it.
looking good, nice fabric, easy to match with every color leggings.

Los Angeles


Super soft cotton

Although the print is cute, the color was not as expected. I know monitors vary from one to another, so colors may not be exactly as they appear online. I figured, however, with a color name like "lemon zest" the dress would really be lemon yellow. It is not. There is more green in this yellow than I would have liked. I also wish that dresses from Tea fit more like tunics. The current dress lengths make it tricky for little ones to crawls and climb. I will probably have my mom take up the hem.

San Diego, CA

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