Babies

Little Adventurous Girl Coat

$80.00

Let your little one feel like an adventurous with our coat! It’s made of Pima cotton and a touch of stretch. This material benefits your baby’s skin because it is hypoallergenic and ultra-soft. Also, this coat has buttons that permit your child can get in and out easily.

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DETAILS

  • ● 100% pima cotton
  • ● 4 buttons
  • ● Front functional pockets
  • ● Purple hood
  • ● Embroidered detail flowers
  • ● Made in Peru

SIZE/FIT

FIBER CARE

ABOUT OUR FIBERS

Pima Cotton

  • ● Great softness
  • ● Ideal for sensitive skin
  • ● Comfortable and versatile to wear
  • ● Durability and quality
  • ● Hypoallergenic
  • ● Breathable
  • ●Pima cotton is one of the world’s longest, finest, and most resistant fibers.
  • ● More about Pima cotton

 

STORY

The Tale of Little Armstrongs

Once upon a time in the magical, mystical land of Peru, there lived a little girl who, as she grew up, developed more and more of a love for garments and fashion.

In the crowded city of Lima, Peru, a young mother named Ana had her first baby, Susan. She enjoyed dressing Susan in beautiful, hand-crafted dresses, skirts, blouses, and more. Everywhere Susan went, people appreciated her lovely, delicate outfits that stood out in the crowd. Ana worked hard to give her daughter these luxuries that she herself wasn’t able to have while growing up in a low-income home. Her mother sold hand-sewn scarves in the local markets to get by. She had never even had a doll growing up. Susan was her opportunity to discover the fashion world.

Susan’s mother and grandmother gave her love, respect, and passion for those delicate fabrics, and helped plant the seeds that have motivated her to start her own doll clothing line as a young woman. She was passionate about creating new styles and leading in the footsteps of her family. Now, years later, Susan is still hungry to bring beautiful, renewable goods with sustainable materials and production to the world at scale.

These days, Susan is a young mother who was blessed with her own son, a toddler named Kenneth. She always looks for the best for her son, which is why she dresses him in hypoallergenic garments. Her greatest desire is that all children also have the best in clothes, so she was inspired to begin a baby clothes business – now known as Kenneth & Samantha.

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