Clothes for Hazel Village Animals
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During the holiday Bird Parade, the Hazel Village animals like to wear warm and colorful clothes so their friends the birds, flying high over the lake, can see them. These clothes fit on any Hazel Village doll or animal perfectly, and we think they look great on boys or girls.
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Cozy Lodge Romper: Soft organic Pima cotton in lovely ivory and red stripes, which show off an animal’s robust pear-shaped physique. Velcro closure at the back neck, and overlapping tail area for an animal’s tail to stick out. How thoughtful!
Green Firefly Adventure Romper: Soft organic Pima cotton in lovely green perfect for any adventure. Velcro closure at the back neck, and overlapping tail area for an animal’s tail to stick out.
Peach Linen Dress: The soul of subtlety, this linen dress is a soft, very neutral shade of peach, perfect for creating harmonious doll outfits. Velcro back closure and sized to fit any Hazel Village doll or animal friend.
Fawn Spots Leggings: The animals love to wear these cotton leggings in honor of their friend Phoebe Fawn. Or really any time their legs get cold...and looks great with the cardigan sweater. Product Details: 100% cotton.
Elf Jacket Details: This cheerful, cranberry red jacket with a cute pointy hood and green & white striped leggings are just the thing for the festive occasion!
- 100% organic cotton (exclusive of trim)
- Custom print on lining, inspired by vintage quilts
- Fully lined hood and front facings
- Two pockets for elfin treasure storage
Explorer Legging Details:
- A great layering piece for the animals. Pants have elastic waists and an overlap in back where the animals' tails can stick out.
- 100% organic cotton
- These sweaters are made from the softest 100% alpaca yarn, with three working buttons and cute decorative stitching details.
SAFETY WARNING: These items are intended for children over the age of 3 and may contain small parts that could be considered a choking hazard.