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Baby Tulle Skirt, Baby Photography Props Headdress Photo Shootin

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Product description

Color:Light Yellow

Feature:
1. Made of soft material, comfortable and easy to wear, caring for baby sensitive skin.
2. The baby photography outfits includes a skirt and a headdress for baby photo shooting.
3. The cute dress is very attractive with unique appearance, leaving you precious memories.
4. The skirt is elastic, breathable, and will not easy to cause skin irritation, safe for using.
5. Please wash it by hand and lay it flat to dry and keep its shape and color, avoiding scratches.


Specification:

Item Type: Baby Photo Outfits
Material: Nylon Yarn, Cotton
Suitable Age: 0-3 Months




Package List:
1 xSkirt    1 x Headdress 


Note:
Monitors are not calibrated same, item color displayed in photos may be showing slightly different from the real object. Please take the real one as standard.

Baby Tulle Skirt, Baby Photography Props Headdress Photo Shootin

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