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topseller-hzy 2 Pieces/Set Mom Daughter Casual Denim Mesh Parent

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topseller-hzy 2 Pieces/Set Mom Daughter Casual Denim Mesh Parent

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Product description

Features: 
100% brand new and high quality 
This is a set of two: coat + skirt 
Bottom design of the coat allows you to tie a knot to make it more different 
Best match of denim and mesh 
Material: Denim+Mesh 
Color: Mother | Kid 
Size: M/L/XL/XXL/90/100/110/120/130
Size(cm) 1cm=0.39inch      
Baby size        Size(cm) Reco age(cm) Bust(cm) Waist(cm) Length(cm)
90 2Y~3Y 64 28 40+26
100 3Y~4Y 70 29 41+27
110 4Y~5Y 74 30 43+28
120 5Y~6Y 76 33 45+29
130 6Y~7Y 78 34 48+30          
Mom size       Asia Size(cm) Bust(cm) Waist(cm) Length(cm)  
M 64 72 53+35  
L 70 76 55+37  
XL 74 80 59+38  
XXL 76 84 62+39  

Note:
1.The recommended age is just for your reference. Please check the measurements to choose the right size for your 
  baby! Meanwhile, please choose the larger size because babies at the same age may have different height.
2.Please understand that the products maybe a little different from the photos in color.
  Thank you for your kind understanding!
Package Includes: 
1 x Coat 
1 x Skirt 



topseller-hzy 2 Pieces/Set Mom Daughter Casual Denim Mesh Parent

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