Organic Cotton Bubble Romper by Zutano

What a sweet romper! We are feeling the late 80s, early 90s vibe with Zutano's new splatter paint print. The bubble romper is complete with a neck ruffle, elastic at the legs, and snaps between. To top it off, Zutano's new clothing line is 100% organic, GOTS certified! 


 Size Fit Length Weight
NB Preemie/Newborn up to 18" Up to 6 lbs
3m 0-3 Months  21.5" to 24" 9 to 12.5 lbs
6m 3-6 Months 24" to 27"

12.5 to 17 lbs

9m 6-9 Months 27" to 28.5" 17 to 21 lbs
12m 6-12 Months 28.5" to 30"

21 to 25 lbs

18m 12-18 Months 30" to 32"

25 to 28 lbs

24m 18-24 Months 32" to 35"

28 to 30 lbs

2T 35" to 36.5"

30 to 32 lbs

3T 36.5" to 39"

32 to 34 lbs

4T 39" to 41.5"

34 to 38 lbs

Zutano recommends going by the height unless your child’s weight is substantially over or under the suggested weight range


Made from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. 

Free from lead, phthalates, and flame-retardant chemicals. 


Machine washable. Clothing will shrink a little. Zutano recommends washing in cold water and drying on low heat to achieve the proper amount of shrinkage in their 100% cotton clothing. The sizing recommendations have a reasonable amount of assumed shrink built in.

Product Origin: Made in China

About Zutano

Michael and Uli Belenky founded Zutano when their first daughter Sophia was born in 1989. Michael, a professional photographer, and Uli, a designer and art director, recognized a gaping hole in the children’s fashion market and handcrafted a small batch of unique, colorful baby clothes from their New York City brownstone. The clothes were an immediate favorite in the city’s boutiques and before long Zutano blossomed into one of the top baby brands in the US. When their second daughter Ella was born, the Belenky’s packed up Zutano and headed north to a hilltop farmhouse in Cabot, Vermont.

They used their new home in the countryside as inspiration for the evolution of the Zutano brand, while holding onto their root values of practicality, whimsical fun, and unique personality. The Zutano line was expanded to include accessories and they introduced their now-famous baby booties, which provided a perfect solution for parents looking for colorful, cute footwear that stayed on their baby’s feet.

Today, their headquarters are located in historic New Bedford, Massachusetts, a town that was once an epicenter of the US textile market. They still have their design office in Cabot, VT, where their design team - headed by Uli – continues to create award winning baby booties, accessories, and clothing. And they still operate in accordance with the same values they were founded on over 25 years ago.

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