Tūtū's Garden Bamboo Newborn Coverall
These Kimono Coveralls are perfect for the newest little addition to your life! The snaps are located on the side of this piece, which makes all the difference during the newborn stage, especially for babies whose umbilical cord hasn't fallen off yet. The side snaps mean less irritation between the umbilical cord and the clothing, and bonus - this product doesn't need to go over baby's head (something that can be a challenge during the newborn days!)
And since newborns can go through many outfits in a day, we suggest having at least three of these adorable Kimono Coveralls handy. You can even go the extra mile and pair these with one of our buttery soft swaddles or hat/headband accessories for the perfect coming home outfit or gift to the new parents.
Bright, vibrant red ginger
adorn this stunning print that takes you through the blooms of your Tūtū's garden. This collection is bursting with beauty from every sprout and angle! Enjoy the bold elegance of this design that will remind you of days spent enjoying the outdoors with your kūpuna.
Fabric: 90% Viscose from bamboo, 10% spandex
Care: In order to maintain the quality of our fabric and prevent pilling and/or snagging, separate from other materials such as towels and hardware, like zippers or velcro, during the wash and dry process. Machine wash cold (without bleach), tumble dry on low heat. We also recommend washing your item inside out to preserve the print.
Why shop with us…
The favorite blankie of 1000's of babies worldwide
A portion of profits donated to Hawaiʻi non-profits
Authentic and original island designs
It's our kuleana, or responsibility, to take care of our environment and our community.We're proud to donate a portion of all proceeds to Hawai'i based non-profits doing powerful work for our environment and our children. We are also committed to doing our part by packaging our items in fully biodegradable cassava starch bags wherever possible
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