The top of Penelope Pyjamas is made with soft comfortable material with a satin ribbon bow, and the bottoms are made from luxury satin. A great combination for a beautiful pair of pyjamas. Other colour options also available, see separate listing. Made in Europe and available in 4 sizes. Small: Bust: 82-87 cm, Hips: 82-92 cmMedium: Bust:87-92cm, Hips: 87-96 cmLarge: Bust: 92-96cm, Hips: 92-100cmXLarge: Bust: 96-100cm, Hips: 96-104cm
BedHead Chocolate & Blue Medallions Longsleeve Lounge Set is made of 95% Cotton/5% Lycra
You’ll absolutely love Chocolate & Blue Medallions Longsleeve Lounge Set because:
BedHead pajamas are made in Glamorous Los Angeles! BedHead pajamas can be seen in many of your favorite TV shows and movies. Fun and feminine Lounge Set includes:
1) Subdued blue and dark chocolate dreamy color scheme; 2) Flattering feminine cut; 3) Scoop neck; 4) Decorative trim.
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