Handmade in the USA
The Oliver Booties are made with the same linen as the Oliver bubble romper. The bottoms are made with a soft pima cotton, adding to the comfort of the design. The booties easily stay on his feet with elastic strap across the foot and embellished with Venice lace and buttons. Absolutely divine!
- Linen/cotton blend
- Venice lace
- Button detail
- Elastic strap
Details & Care
- All of our items are made with delicate raw silks, cottons, linens, and ribbons, which have not been chemically treated
- We highly recommend dry-cleaning all of our items after wear to help keep the materials in their original shape, texture and color
- We do not recommend using water to clean pieces made with silk, as it will affect the color and texture of the material, as well as cause the material to lose its natural sheen
- If you choose to hand wash your cotton items, use a very mild detergent and rinse items well. Keep in mind that water, heat and detergents can affect the shape, texture and color of the items and materials. Hang garments to dry, but avoid direct sunlight as this can discolor the materials
Baptism Outfits Made in the USA
Our emphasis on finding the softest and highest quality materials for the little one wearing them, along with superior craftsmanship, creates christening outfits that are not only worn for one day - they are cherished and passed down for years to come.
Made in the USA
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My won is 9 months old but is a big boy, and just recently started wearing 18 month clothing. I bought my son size 18-24 booties, romper, and newsboy cap. His romper was sized perfectly (though a button did pop after 5 minutes of him wearing his romper) but booties are on the smaller size, and just barely fit him. The cap would have needed a miracle to have stayed on his head and it looked small on him anyway, so we didn't put that on him either.
Although all of it wasn't ideal, he still looked very handsome.
I took my son’s romper out the morning of his baptism. We dressed him at the church and one of the buttons came off. We didn’t have a sewing kit so had to use a silver pin to close it. How embarrassing this was for us. Beyond disappointed in the quality of the romper. Now this will forever be a part of his baptism story.