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Hoko Hoodie Romper

$23.95

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Hoko is the Japanese word for "direction." This all-over pattern is inspired by the traditional Japanese arrow print called "Yagasuri" used in kimonos.
  • Original all over print
  • Stylish hood with functional button placket
  • Side pockets
  • Diaper snaps for easy dressing
  • 100% cotton jersey
Machine wash
  • Style #6F42504

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Great hood, great pockets but

The cotton jersey fabric is stiff with little give. According to the size chart this should easily fit my son but the legs are tight and come unsnapped. He is in the 18 to 24 month size and he is pretty thin. He loves rompers so it's too bad this doesn't come any larger or run more generously. If your child is in the same height range and is active I would pick a romper that isn't made from the cotton jersey.


Worthington

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Darling but totally impractical!

This romper is so so cute. I really hoped it would work out. My son is true to size at 6-12 months but the romper kept coming unsnapped. I got a larger size thinking it was just too small but the bigger size still comes unsnapped within seconds and it's huge on him! I've had this issue with several Tea rompers. The snaps just aren't as heavy duty as they are from other places I buy his clothes (Baby Boden, Janie and Jack). My son isn't overly active, he crawls around and pulls to a stand but will sit for long periods of time at one activity so there's no reason why he should come unsnapped so easily. Tea clothes are adorable but I think I'm going to have to stop buying them unless they seriously reconsider the quality of their snaps. After speaking to my sister, she said that she too had the same problem with her Tea clothing and has since stopped purchasing them.


NYC