Love Letters Reversible Boy OnesieRegular price $69.00
What makes a perfect CNY 2023 collection? We say, a multitude of florals and super cute pandas. Set on a light pinkish base, this print features mini size florals, watermelons (one of the panda’s favourite fruit) and the beautiful azalea.
The deep pink azalea is used in Chinese medicine and is a flower often praised for its beauty in Chinese poems and stories. Then, look closer and you will also find that within the floral foliage lies an auspicious fruit. Can you spot it? Stare at the yellow flowers a little longer and a pineapple will reveal itself.
On the reverse side, is our beautiful single-coloured print called Love Letters. It is our beautiful single-coloured print this season. Set on a white base with thin blue lines, this print is a creative interpretation of the love letter biscuits or kuih kapit. We often don't think twice when consuming this snack but what happens when you pause and give it a good look?
You will see that the snack features an interesting design — short graphic strokes, floral motifs and even a drawing of a bird. It is taken off the hot mould and rolled/folded so quickly that nobody quite knows. Love Letters aims to reveal the beauty in the folds.
- A baby boy onesie with a low Mandarin collar and short sleeves. Created in the style of a romper with ‘pants’.
- Snap closure buttons three quarters down the front as well as at the bottom of the onesie for ease of wear and to help facilitate a quick change of diapers.
- This is a reversible piece and can be worn inside out. Double the fun, twice the mileage.
- 100% cotton.
- Gentle machine wash, on cold.
- Wash with like colours in a laundry bag.
- Do not soak.
- Iron on medium heat. For a reversible apparel, iron on medium and away from the hemline. Iron towards the centre of the apparel so that the two pieces of fabric in your reversible piece does not gather at the hem.
- Do not iron over brand labels or snap closure buttons.
- No clothes dryers.
- When washing, be mindful not to use too much detergent as this, in some cases, may affect the durability and colour of the cotton (a natural fabric) in the long run.