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Guest Blog: Velveteen Anjelica Romper

Written by Tiffany Baker


Posted on September 10 2018

My jaw fell to the floor when I opened up my package from Sweet Tea & Caviar and found this gorgeous Anjelica Frill onesie by Velveteen. I had never heard of the brand before, but after reading into their company I could not be more pleased. It makes me feel good to own something from a business that works with fair-trade organizations whenever possible, in which they help to provide employment to mothers and education to children.
Velveteen is a high-end brand and they describe themselves as “luxury fashion for infants and children.” They definitely live up to it, as I immediately could tell the difference in quality as soon as I touched it. The material is so soft and luxurious, and the detail is just beautiful and impeccable. Their clothing is finely crafted and hand embroidered using a combination of Indian artisan techniques, and it is just gorgeous.
Kendall seemed to love having it on too. She not only looked adorable, but also comfortable since the material is so lightweight and breathable. The color is unique and I would describe it as tomato, somewhere in between orange and red. The flutter sleeves are absolutely charming, and I can’t get over the tassel tie closure in the back. Good thing Kendall likes tummy time so she can show off this adorable detail! Kendall usually wears 3-6 months in most brands, and we found that this romper ran a bit big on her for being size 6 months. She is a petite little girl though. I have not tried to wash it yet, just because I’m nervous since it’s such a luxurious piece, but when I do I plan to wash it in a mesh laundry bag on delicate or hand wash.
This romper is perfect for summer and such a lovely addition to her wardrobe. Sweet Tea & Caviar by far carries the best brands than anywhere else, and I would not have known about Velveteen if it weren’t for them. I’m excited to try other high quality brands next, such as Kickee Pants, who are known for their super soft quality!
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