Orange bagOcoat

7 A.M. Enfant
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Orange bagOcoat

$80
$56 Gilt
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Color:
orange peel
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Description
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This smart baby coat is our new convertible bunting, it has never made the cold weather easier. On the go, the baby can comfortably fall asleep in the stroller bundled into his/her warm bagOcoat. When it's time to go to daddy's arms the coat and leg-muff bag simply need to be unsnapped, and voila! You have the perfect looking winter coat.

The center opening is designed for the stroller and car-seat belt, ensuring the child is secure at all times. The cozy hood, hand covers and lightweight materials are the delight of parents in search of useful and trendy outerwear.

Features:

  • 100% synthetic materials
  • Ultra-soft premium poly insulation Anti-pilling micro-fleece lining
  • Integrated hand cover on sleeves
  • Machine washable

Sizing:

  • S: 0-3months
  • M: 3-6months
  • L: 6-12months

Material: Synthetic Textile

Brand: 7 A.M. Enfant

Origin: Imported

French designer Rebecca Campora launched 7 A.M. Enfant to provide new parents and their little ones with the clothing and gear they need to brave big-city winters in style. Now based in New York, the brand has won numerous awards for its “Le Sac Igloo” and “Blanket 212 Evolution,” which enwrap newborns and older babies in ergonomic stroller buntings that combine thermal fills with waterproof shells. Besides its sleek and cozy roster of blankets, 7 A.M. Enfant also makes stroller totes that double as weekenders, trapper hats, mittens, and fleece-lined booties.