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Organic Cotton Harem Romper - Outback Moon in Twilight

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Our harem rompers are made in Australia using the softest GOTS certified Organic cotton knit. Soft, stretchy and snuggly, they are perfect for wearing to bed or wearing in the day. We are so proud to bring you beautiful quality children’s pyjamas that help the environment and support the wonderful Australian manufacturing and design industry.

  • Studs at the neck for easy on and off
  • Studs at the crotch in sizes 000, 00, 0 & 1
  • GOTS Organic cotton (with 8% elastine to make sure it keeps its shape beautifully)
  • Each of our products comes accompanied with a beautiful Noctural Nature Journal, so your child can learn a bit more about the creatures on their pjs and learn to observe and draw the nocturnal animals around their own home. 
  • Perfect for across seasons. Our harem rompers are one of our best selling items because they are just so versatile. Perfect on their own or layered with long sleeves or a cardi, they can be worn in any season!
  • Sizing - these harem rompers are generously sized particularly in length. If unsure about sizing I would recommend sizing down. 
  • This product is 100% Australian made from the first sketch by Angie Hollister of Stitch'n'Sketch through to the very last stitch carried out right here in Sydney

We are firm believers in transparent business and sharing our production costs with our customers. If you are interested in exactly how much it costs to make a pair of our organic cotton pyjamas here in Australia, head over to our blog post "The cost of Manufacturing Ethically in Australia". 

We have written this post because we like you to understand our journey and also because in this day and age of fast fashion, we like people to be able to see the true cost that comes with making things locally, ethically and organically. We feel as though the more businesses who show transparency in their production (particularly in the clothing industry), the more we start to question businesses who don't. The flow on of this as a consumer is, we start to look at pricing and quality in a different way and it makes us far more aware and conscious consumers. 




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