Very Hungry Caterpillar™ Strawberry Bubble Romper
Just like the Very Hungry Caterpillar, we are hungry for strawberries! This darling bubble romper from our World of Eric Carle™ + Little Goodall Collaboration features Eric Carle's classic red strawberry illustrations from The Very Hungry Caterpillar™ printed on smooth, cool 100% cotton. The best part? Four plump strawberries hang from the shoulder ties!
Pull on romper has an inner liner which allows it to keep its perfect pouf shape no matter how active your little strawberry eater is. Adjustable ties at the shoulders; fully enclosed leg and chest casings make sure the elastic never touches her skin.
100% Cotton Outer, 100% Cotton lining
Very Hungry Caterpillar™ Strawberry Bubble Romper FAQ
What size should I order?
Take a look at our Size Guide This style runs true to size.
When will my romper ship?
Unless listed as pre-order, your romper will ship within 1-2 business days of order. We will email you a tracking number so you can follow it safely until arrival!
Do you offer returns and exchanges?
We want you to be happy with our products! You may return an item within 10 days of receipt or exchange within 14 days of receipt. For more details click here.
Where is my romper made?
The Strawberry Bubble Romper is designed in Texas and made in China. In 2019 we embarked on the process of finding overseas manufacturers that were in accord with our ethical design and manufacturing processes, as well as able to comply with the strict guidelines required by our licensing partners. We are proud of the resulting partnerships which will allow us to keep more products in stock year round, and committed to transparency so that you know where your garments are made. Our garments are still made in small quantities (hundreds of pieces, not thousands) and we are still working with all the Texas sewing rooms we have partnered with for the past 10 years.
How do I care for my romper?
Strawberry Bubble rompers are 100% cotton and machine washable in a mesh bag (to keep the strawberry straps from tangling) on the delicate cycle. We recommend laying flat to dry to preserve the stuffed strawberries.