Maroon colored, self design kurta pajama for boys. This traditional readymade outfit comes with matching pajama in cream, beige or white color. Sizes available for boys aged 6 months, 1 year and 2 year old boys.
Traditional kurta pajama set for baby boys from Kolkata, India. The cream soft cotton kurta has embroidery around the neckline. The outfit comes with matching pajama. Ideal for durga puja, diwali or any other festival. Good for kids aged 1 to 2 year old.
Pajama length: 16"
Brown cotton kurta pajama with embroidery for baby boys. Should fit kids between 6 months to 1 year old.
Shoulder - 9"
Pajama Length: 19"
The measurements are approximate and may vary around +/- 1". **Sold Out**
This is a 4-piece ensemble consisting of a kurta, pajama, dhoti and vest/jacket. The kurta is beige colored, with blue self design trim at the neckline, collar and sleeve cuffs. The pajama is beige colored. The dhoti is also cream with matching trim along its length. Both the dhoti and pajama have elastic waistbands. The fourth piece of this ensemble is a blue self design vest with paisley patterns on it. The vest has a zipper and an inner lining. It is embellished with brooch. It can be worn with the vest in cooler weather for a dressy look, or without, for a casual look in the summer. The dhoti and pajama can be interchanged to wear it as a Dhoti Kurta or Kurta Pajama. Several outfits in one! Sizes available for infants baby boys and toddlers.
Boys Cotton blue colored kurta pajama with embroidery using blue white thread around the neckline. Very comfortable and elegant. Comes with white colored cotton pajama. Sizes available for kids aged 1 year old up to teenagers.
Casual white cotton kurta pajama for kids. The kurta is white with self color stripes and embroidery around the neckline. The pajama is white cotton with a drawstring waistband. Sizes available for kids aged 2 years and up.
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