Daydream Blue-Green Linen Romper
Is there anything more classic or adorable than little blue overalls? NO! There is not. And this one is made from the most delicious linen--it gets softer with every wash, the color matches literally anything you can pair it with, and it fits loosely enough to layer on chilly days. Perfectly unisex and ready to be enjoyed by generations of happy kiddos!
Can be worn alone, or layered over your favorite top or bodysuit
adjusts to fit 3x longer
Our rompers designed to adjust as your child grows, allowing them to fit 3x longer than other brands
straps are cut long and feature 2 rows of snaps--just tie or twist in back for a perfect fit as your child grows
harem-style seat is perfect for cloth diapers, and doesn't restrict movement as your child grows taller (if you cloth diaper--size up for best fit)
pants legs are slightly tapered so they can be rolled up or down as your bb grows
- elastic waistband is comfy and expands with growing tummies
And if you make a mistake? US SIZE EXCHANGES ARE ALWAYS FREE!
Orders ship in 2-3 business days
US orders over $125 ship FREE, or by weight (calculated at checkout)
- we ship to Canada & Australia via USPS International Package (rate calculated at checkout)
RETURNS + EXCHANGES
Wrong size? No problem! Just send us a note and we'll get you a return label right away. US only.
We accept US returns within 30 days. Merchandise must be in unworn condition. Refunds will be issued upon return receipt, minus shipping fees.
HOW LONG WILL IT FIT?
Babies grow a LOT faster during the first year than when they're older, so the time your child will fit into a Beya Made outfit varies by age.
a Beya Made outfit will fit your infant for 6-9 months
a Beya Made outfit will fit your toddler for 12-18 months
a Beya Made outfit will fit your child for 1-2 years (possibly longer)
THE DREAM TEAM
Beya Made outfits are sewn both in Atlanta, GA and in Mumbai, India in a Fair Trade Guaranteed & GOTS certified women-led co-operative. Their mission is to empower women to break the cycle of poverty by providing a living wage, educational opportunities, health care and childcare on site.