Is there anything cuter than a baby girl wearing bloomers?
Nope. I don’t think so.
My baby girl turns 3 next month. Can I still call her “baby”?
I noticed that Japanese people LOVE bloomers. Not so long ago, Japanese school age girls were wearing bloomers for their gymnastic class at school (Yes, I had worn them!). There is even Japanese word for bloomers, “Kabocha pants” which means pumpkin pants cause their shape look like pumpkins.
Well said. (I didn’t ask her to show her belly. She just showed it in almost 70% of photos I took at this photoshoot 😦 )
I bought PJ for T after coming back to Japan and its pants were bloomers. I bought a pair of shorts for T to changing clothes for her daycare and they were bloomers. And they looked so adorable on her.
When I noticed the cuteness of bloomers on baby girl, I got upset. ‘Cause she turns 3 next month, I had to make and wear her bloomers ASAP!
It was really fast project. I used a pair of culottes pattern from Japanese Sewing Book and added elastic at the hems.
I think more and more baby girls should wear bloomers because they are cute!!
The fabric I used was which I bought at Nippori Senni-gai (Fabric street in Nippori, Tokyo) when I was staying at my parents’ house in Tokyo, during June.
It’s called “ripple” which had tiny wavy ripples on it. I’m not sure there is same kind of fabric in western countries. These fabrics are mostly used for Yukata (summer Kimono) and Jinbei (traditional Japanese summer kids clothes).
I will make another pair of shorts for me with this same fabric which I looove for Shorts On The Line. Possibly 🙂