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Poly Gabardine Authentic White Tuxedo with Tails (0-9 MONTHS)

$73.00
SKU ROBEH-2394

Blessed Celebration proudly presents this ever so handsome white tuxedo delightful for any formal occasion. Gabardine is a resilient, tightly-woven, lightweight, easy-care fabric. It is smooth but not shiny. Commonly, gabardine fabric is used in suits because of its strength and resistance to wrinkling.

Poly gabardine authentic tuxedo with tails, satin lapels, cummerbund and bowtie. Tucking on shirt.

A white hat is included.

This size chart is offered as a guideline. Each of our sets is handmade and there may be slight variation due to individual operator technique. When choosing a size for a particular baby, please allow for a slight variance. It is advisable to choose a slightly bigger size than smaller.


Measurement of Child

0-3
Mos.
6 - 9
Mos.
9 - 12
Mos.
18
Mos.
24
Mos.






WEIGHT

Up to 12
lbs.

12 - 16 lbs.

16 - 20
lbs.
20 - 23
lbs.
24 - 26
lbs.

HEIGHT

22"-24"

24"-28"

29"- 30"

30”- 32"

32"- 35"

CHEST

19 1/2"

20 1/2"

21 1/2"

22 1/2"

23 1/2"

WAIST

22"

23"

24"

25"

26"

BACK NECK TO CROTCH

14 3/4"

15 3/4"

16 3/4"

17 3/4"

18 3/4"

 

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