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The differences in shape and size between the baby and child department

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Posted by Marion de Tape à l'oeil

Apr, 22 2020

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Is everyone still following? So far nothing’s that hard. You’re not going crazy, the 24 months size is the same as the 2 year-old size, and the same goes for the 36 months size and the 3-year-old size.

They are the same size, yes, but they are not the same SHAPE. And that’s what makes all the difference. We’ll explain.

Our clothing is designed especially to suit children’s body shapes. In terms of the babies department (e.g. for sizes 23 months and 36 months), it’s the practical side that comes uppermost.

The tops all feature poppers on the neckline so they’re easy to open and easy to get your baby’s head through. But that’s not all! There’s a rounded hemline so the front is longer than the back. Perfect for your baby’s little pot belly!

The trousers you’ll find in the baby department all have dropped crotches, like harem trousers. Why? To make some space for a nappy of course!

With kids’ clothing for 2 and 3 year-olds, you’ll see there’s a straight hemline on the T-shirts. When your little baby has lost their baby fat and no longer needs an easy-open neckline, then the children’s clothes in the kids department are perfect for them!

And now your children no longer need nappies, you’ll find the trousers in the kids’ department have normal crotches, like grown-ups.

Got it? If you have, that’s great, and we’re happy to have shed some light on all this 🙂 If you haven’t, you can leave your questions in the comments section. We’ll be happy to answer you and will reply to all your questions in the comments section.

 

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