Aquamarine Narwhals Newborn Gown & Knot Hat Set
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This versatile baby gown and single knot hat set is precious enough to be the perfect newborn gift set that would stand above all else, or as that come-home-set...comforts & soothes your birdee during his/her sweet first photograph, up till perhaps the first murmur of “mama” or “dada” at his/her 3 month milestone!
Many new moms tell us this is their favorite piece of newborn outfit because of its ease with diaper changing!
- PRINT NAME: Aquamarine Narwhals
- COLOR: Aquamarine
- MATERIALS: 95% Bamboo from Viscose; 5% Lycra
- HIGHEST-GRADE yarns to ensure longevity
- SLOWED-DOWN sewing to ensure craftsmanship
- ONE-OF-A-KIND prints designed in house
- FOLD-OVER gloves to prevent baby scratching
- Two-Way zipper for convenient diaper change
- No flame-resistant chemicals used.
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Step 1: Before you tear off the tags and fall in love with Free Birdees, try our outfit on your little birdee. If for any reason, you are not sure about the fit or anything else, email us and we are happy to help!
Step 2: Your happiness is of utmost importance to us! If you are not head-over-heels with our products, email us at email@example.com, within 30 days of your delivery date, and the return will be on us.
Refer to our Returns and Exchanges policies for more details.
Note: Due to the high volume and demand, Pre-Sale/Pre-Orders cannot be cancelled or returned. It can only be exchanged for sizing upon availability.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org before we ship your order. We are glad to help. Thank you for supporting our small business.
We recommend using green detergent, since it's not only easier on your clothes, but it's also easier on your Little Birdees.
Softer clothes require a little more care, so be sure to wash out products using a gentle cycle.
We recommend hang drying, but we totally get it, we are moms too! On days when you're on a time crunch, use low temperature on a low-drying cycle.