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Stunning boys outfit! This is perfect for everyday or that special occasion where you are looking to wow the crowd:) Size 18M

I love unique boy clothes, that are still perfect for the park, picnics, family get-togethers and every day!

The top front I made out of a stretchy white and black striped knit, which is upcyled. I then added some black knit sleeves and back. To top it off I then added just a smidge greenish- yellow color fabric to make it pop. I used a gray binding for the neckline and 2 snaps to make it easy to take it on and off. The pants are a black knit - so comfy and soft. The back has 2 big gray pockets, with yellow serged stitching.

This outfit has a sewing label, sizing label and tags. Also I always add a little owl, stitched on the outside of all my boy clothing! It is green and shown very small in the pictures.

Inseam: approximately 9"
Arm Length (from middle of back): 15"
Shirt Length (from shoulder to bottom): 13"

All my clothes are handmade by me. I use a mixture of upcycled and new fabrics to give it a one of a kind look! I use a sewing machine and serger to give it a very professional finish, but quality that will withstand the test of boys.

This is an already made item, so as soon as I receive payment, it will be shipped and sent on its way!

Thank you for looking and please feel free to convo me with any questions you may have.

SALE-- Baby Boy Pants / Shirt Outfit 18m. Upcycled Clothes.


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Stretchy Knit, Upcycled knit
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 53 reviews
  • Favorited by: 24 people