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Hatsu Wrap Neck Baby Dress

$29.95

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Hatsu is a Japanese girl's name that means "first born." This rich and elegant pattern is inspired by a gorgeous Japanese kimono we saw in a museum. This dress comes with matching bloomers (up to size 18-24mos).
  • Beautiful all over floral print
  • Zip back
  • Faux wrap front detail
  • Matching bloomers up to size 18-24m
  • 100% cotton sateen
  • Machine wash
  • A portion of every purchase is donated to the Global Fund for Children. Together we can make an impact. Learn more
  • Style #6W33301

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5

Gorgeous Dress!!

This is my favorite dress of all the dresses we purchased this fall/winter!! Absolutely gorgeous colors and super cute style with the sash! I bought 4T for my 3-year old niece who is slightly above average size and the fit is perfect. I could've bought the big girl dress (same print) but that doesn't come with the sash and I'm glad I ordered this baby version!


Chicago

5

So lovely

Fabric is lustrous and gorgeous, print is lovely. I love everything about this dress (other than the need to iron, but that's to be expected with this type of fabric).

The only drawback is for me is the fit on my DD: 4 y.o. DD should wear Tea size 4T by height, 2T by weight. Understandably, the 4T we purchased is pretty wide on her waist (though plausible in the shoulders). An adjustable waistband (on this style, a sash; elastic on a more casual style) would make for a better fit for girls who don't match a standard Tea size.

(I won't downgrade my review because of the fit on DD's body, as that's not universally relevant. Just leaving the note on fit because similar comments from other reviewers have helped us in the past.)


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