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This listing is for the tutu leg warmers only, if you would like the matching bloomers shown in the second picture please purchase the following link:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/87415018/valentine-pink-and-white-striped

Get the entire matching outfit, which includes headpiece, bloomers, and onesie:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/87416229/valentine-white-and-pink-striped-heart

These are a must for any baby or toddler...

- MAKES DIAPER CHANGES EASY!
- HELPS WITH POTTY TRAINING, NO PANTS TO PULL UP/DOWN!
- PROTECTS KNEES FROM CRAWLING ON HARSH FLOORS!
- KEEPS YOU WARM IN COLDER WEATHER!
- FUN TO PLAY DRESS UP!
- GREAT FOR TODDLERS UNDER THEIR FAVORITE SKIRT, DRESS, OR THEIR ARMS SO THEY CAN CONTINUE TO WEAR THEIR FAV TEE SHIRT WHEN IT’S COLD OUTSIDE

Approximate Sizing:

Leg warmers are approx. 13"-14" long. They can be scrunched up to fit small baby legs! These leg warmers are so comfortable to wear, but most important they are SUPER cute!!

To make your leg warmers really last, we recommend hand washing leg warmers inside out in cold water and laying it out to dry.

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Baby Infant Toddler Newborn Girl pink and white stripes tutu leg warmers w/attached white fluff for added cuteness


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: tulle, thread
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1762 reviews
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