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Baby grow (Camel)

£68.00 (GBP)
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A timeless and delightful present for any newborn baby.  This 100% Cashmere baby grow has mother of pearl buttons in between the legs for easy changing. Mother of pearl buttons on the back for undressing. Chocolate grosgrain ribbon on the fastenings as a nice detail and for extra  resistance. Made of 100% cashmere, 1 ply yarn for its soft touch on your baby's delicate skin. This style sizing is pretty generous. We would then advise to take no more than actual size of the baby.

Hand wash with care. You can also use the washing machine with a delicate or handwash cycle in cold water (more information).

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a gift for my sisters son
Loved it. Great quality

From: daliaalhusseini@yahoo.com | Created on: 14/12/2014 07:13

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Cashmere jumpsuit 0-3 months in camel colour
I bought this for my granddaughter who weighed 8lbs 10oz and it fits well with room to spare. The cashmere is good quality, better than another more expensive one bought from a large pink department store in Knightsbridge. It washes well by hand and keeps the baby cosy without overheating. We love the grosgrain detail, the buttons and the pocket detail. Good that it's footless because it will last a little longer before it is outgrown. We love it.

From: anna_shelley@live.co.uk | Created on: 09/12/2013 00:47

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