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The Nation’s Largest Greek Orthodox Wedding and Baptismal Store
The Nation’s Largest Greek Orthodox Wedding and Baptismal Store

Silk Dupioni Vested Coverall

$165.00
SKU RobeLTMB-DPB351
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Blessed Celebration proudly carries baptismal wear from Little Things Mean A Lot, the premier manufacturer of infant Christening gowns and outfits in the United States.
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Silk dupioni (slightly off white) vested coverall is truly classic with a belted vest which buttons in the back. Includes captains style matching hat. 100% Silk. (Please note that all natural silk fabrics have slubs which are an inherent part of the fibers and add to the individuality of the set. These should not be mistaken for flaws in the fabric.) Dry clean. Handmade in the U.S.A. Shipped with elegant padded hanger and zippered vinyl bag. Heirloom Preservation Bag recommended for long term storage. Available in Size: 3, 6, and 12 month.

Sizing Information for our baptismal outfits:
3 month
6 month
12 month
18 month
24 month
AGE RANGE
(0-3 month)
(3-6 month)
(6-12 month)
(12-18 month)
(18-24 month)
WEIGHT
8 – 11 lbs
12 – 16 lbs.
17 – 22 lbs.
23 – 25 lbs.
26 – 30 lbs.
HEIGHT
19″- 21”
21″- 23″
23″- 25″
25”- 27″
27″- 29″
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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