Tiebele Baby Pyjama Romper Suit
Tiebele Baby Pyjama Romper Suit

Tiebele Baby Pyjama Romper Suit

Hand loomed cotton romper suit designed for 6-24 months
Regular price£45.00
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Perfect for babies under two, Kamso has taken the classic pyjama silhouette and given it a twist to create an adorable baby pyjama romper. Made from hand loomed cotton, the baby pyjamas have a black and white print inspired by the geometric pattern and designs used to decorate the exterior walls of houses in the African Tiebele village. The romper has been designed with comfort in mind, with an open collar and press stud gusset to allow for easy nappy changes. The thick yet breathable fabric will keep your little one warm and snug throughout the night. Made with love in Nigeria, they make a wonderful gift for a new mother or or an early birthday.

Material: 100% waxed cotton, coconut shell buttons
Size: 6-12 months (height 76cm) | 12-18 months (height 82cm) | 18-24 months (height 86cm)
Care instructions: Machine wash 30 degrees. Dry Flat or Hang Dry. Iron inside out.

Made in Nigeria. Shipped from the UK. Delivery 3-5 days. Free returns to our UK warehouse.


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ABOUT THE BRAND

Kamso Kids

Kamso is an ethical children’s lifestyle brand inspired by African Heritage for children aged 0-8 years old. The brand’s ethos is built upon the beauty of African culture: embracing nature and traditional African design elements, utilising local craft skills and textiles, and prioritising community wellbeing. Neutral colours and subdued prints encapsulate the rich culture. Each piece is ethically and consciously crafted to the highest quality, allowing it to be enjoyed and passed on to others with many pieces suiting both boys and girls. Inclusive economic growth and sustainable development is integral in Kamso’s manufacturing model, using small batch production, apprenticeship schemes and ethical trade and labour practices to support of the local Nigerian economy.


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