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Sunny days call for a cool, roomy and versatile romper that allows little legs to kick and cavort in comfort! Our super-stylish 100% organic cotton v neck rompers feature bubble cut bottom detail and a unique crossover design at the back, adding a beautiful extra touch of playfulness.
We know babies are no fans of having to get changed when there’s a world of excitement waiting, so we’ve ensured our short romper is ‘easy-on-and-off-able’; with gently elasticated waist and leg openings in addition to baby-friendly popper fastenings at the crotch, your baby won’t even know it’s changing time!
We’ve even thought about our label, which is screen-printed directly onto the fabric to avoid anything irritating or scratching delicate skin. And finally, we know just how quickly babies grow, so we’ve ensured you won’t be passing on your short romper too quickly – there’s plenty of room for growth!
We really appreciate your custom and we want to make sure you are delighted with your purchase. Occasionally though, you may wish to change your mind. Please click here to review our returns policy.
0-3m, 12-24m, 2-3yrs, 3-6m, 6-12m
Growing up, Beth and Sarah always dreamed of working together but families and careers beckoned them in different directions. While Sarah focused her talents on London’s fast-moving fashion world, developing her passion for beautiful products as a Buyer, Beth’s path led her to Singapore, at the heart of corporate Asia. Beth’s step in to motherhood was a personal trigger to shop more mindfully, however as she researched the clothing industry, she was shocked to discover that fashion is one of the most polluting industries in the world. At the same time, Sarah began to explore developments in the fashion industry that make a more positive impact on the lives of its workers and their environment. Drawing on this insight and hands-on experience, the sisters launched the Hunter+Boo label in October 2017, bridging the gap between a traditional “green” aesthetic and modern, cool design.
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