Wheat – Baby Bodysuit Winnie the Pooh on Adventure Short Sleeve – Ivory

AUD $39.00

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Ahh who doesn’t love Winnie the Pooh?

Short Sleeve Bodysuits are an absolute baby staple to have! Bringing both you and your baby comfort & convenience day and night, this soft baby bodysuit in organic cotton has press buttons on the shoulder and between the legs for the ease & comfort of dressing your baby.

Made from a durable & comfortable organic cotton, this baby bodysuit is available for babies from 3 months to 12 months old. The soft & breathable fabric will keep your bub cosy all day & night.

How adorable is this Winnie the Pooh picture? Can’t get much cuter that this!

For lasting colour, please wash & iron your baby bodysuit inside out.

Colour: White
Material: 100% organic cotton
Care Instructions: Please check the label inside the garment.

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Wheat size guide

Please note that the European clothing sizes are different from the Australian clothing sizes. We have done our best to match these up, please find the information below.
Size Australian Size Size in Centimeters
3 months 000 up to 62cm
6 months 00 up to 68cm
9 months 0 up to 74cm
12 months 0-1 up to 80cm
18 months 1-2 up to 86cm
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Meet the Designer
Wheat team

Wheat

Wheat was founded in 2002 by Charlotte & Peter Galsgaard. Quality, comfort and sophisticated Scandinavian design is always the primary focus for Charlotte & her Wheat designs. The classic lines, unpretentious colour combinations and original patterns are what really make the Wheat clothes stand out. Charlotte’s designs are simple yet functional, and most importantly – gorgeous.
As a mother herself, Charlotte knows the intricacies and challenges of children’s clothes.
Wheat clothes are made to last and with an empasis on a longer life span than so many others on the market – they have adjustable elastic bands, adequate width and space within the clothing and natural materials. All this allow kids to be active without their clothes limiting their movement or holding them back.

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