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Skinny French Terry Cargo Pants


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Get her dressed for any adventure. Cargos designed for all the places she'll go and things she'll see.
  • Sits just below natural waist, skinny leg. Elastic waistband for easy dressing
  • Cargo pocket styling
  • 96% Cotton, 4% Spandex, French Terry
  • Machine Washable
  • Imported
  • Style #3F12327


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Super Comfy

Love the Tea Collection cargo pants. Been purchasing them for years. The quality of the fabric has changed. The seams and edges look faded and old pretty quickly. If you have a pair with vibrant colour you might find them quite faded after a few washes :-/ I hope Tea goes back to the high quality fabric they used in previous years...

British Colombia, Canada


Love this pant!

My daughter loves dresses and tunics and loves playing outside. These pants are the perfect accompaniment. These are not too bulky under dresses in the colder months and she loves the pockets for her treasures!

Denver, CO


runs small

I found these pants to run extremely small. (The style and quality are fantastic.) I have two different styles of Tea 6-12 month pants and they’re still roomy on my very small 1-year-old. So I ordered the 12-18 month size in these for her to wear into the fall, but they fit her perfectly right now with barely any room to grow, especially in length. They’re actually smaller than her 6-12 month pants. I’m so disappointed. Meanwhile, the other 12-18 month leggings I ordered are great - still too big, which is how they should be.

Saratoga Springs, NY


Pockets, easy to pull on and off

Nice fabric, good fit, easy for daughter to pull up and down herself.

Washington, DC

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