Does anyone here have experience with their sizing? Based on the size chart, my girls are right on the borderline between a 80 and 90.
They will be 2 in October...Avery is around 34" tall and 27 lbs., Natalie is about 33" tall and 25 lbs.
I don't want the dresses to be huge, but I don't want them to grow out of them right away either.
Thanks for any help from mamas who love Hanna...I've just been turned onto them! Maybe I'll order some zippers too!
I looove their stuff!
My ds1 has about 10 of them. 5 from last year, size 80, that are too short but still plenty roomy and 5 size 90's that fit just right everywhere. He lives in them! The ones from last year still look good as new. They are so easy for diaper changes and are so comfy. My baby is sleeping right now in an organic cotton one!
I don't have a catalog nearby, but isn't the size 90 34-38 inches? If so, definately order your girls the size 90. The dresses may seem a bit big until you wash them and then they should be just right.
Hannas are the best children's clothing out there, imo. I'd say 95% of my kids' stuff are Hannas.
I'm an unintentional weasel feeder and I suck at proofreading.
I'm not of Scandinavian build so the pants do not work for me, but I have found a couple of dresses that I just love!
And just for the record I got our play dress at Savers for a buck. Yes a buck for hannah Anderson. Thank you . . Thank you very much.
sorry I just love a good deal.
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Man, I thought I was getting a good deal by having a 20% off promo code. You got a dress for a buck? What is Savers?? Do tell!!
I ordered the 100 in the winter set for my daughter probably about two years ago--she was right in the range, but they really seemed big when we got them. Now she's still wearing them and they fit her really well. 100 cm 38-42 in. 31-38 lbs. 3-5 yrs. She is 5, about 45 lbs and 43" tall, so the sizing is pretty generous as her dress set is not tight on her at all.
But my daughter is kind of weird in that she doesn't seem to like to wear too big clothing, but she'll wear stuff that is tight on her or too short. As long as it doesn't fit tightly in the crotch. She especially hates long pants, and if the pants touch her feet, she won't wear them. The Hannas were really long on her stubby little legs, but because of the cuffs she would wear them, but she definitely chooses them a lot more now.
I just bought a size 110 playdress/daydress set off of eBay.
Originally Posted by octobersweethearts
You got a dress for a buck? What is Savers?? Do tell!!
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