Hurricane House Mandarin Romper
The Claymore Orchard had more than 5000 nutmeg trees and belonged to William Scott, after whom Scotts Road was named. Scott also cultivated crops such as cocoa, cotton, betelnut, durian and rambutan in his orchard. On his estate, Scott built a house named Hurricane Cottage (later Hurricane House).
Our mandarin styled romper for little baby boys aged 0 – 18m, made in an exquisite and fine navy floral fabric from Spain is named after this House. The buttons at front are decorative, and the piece slips on easily with a back zipper.
Short mandarin collar. Decorative yellow buttons at front placket.
YKK zipper at back for easy dressing.
100% cotton, Spain.
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold. Do not soak, tumble dry, bleach or dry clean. Low iron. Wash dark colours separately.