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What woud you call these clothing items?

(10 Posts)
aufaniae Wed 05-Jun-13 10:09:43

Thanks everyone smile

Sweatshirt and rompersuit it is!

(blush I couldn't think of the word for swearshirt!)

WeAreEternal Mon 03-Jun-13 10:49:33

I agree with previous posters.

Sweatshirt/jumper.

Romper suit/play suit.

sarahtigh Mon 03-Jun-13 10:43:40

second is romper /playsuit put both in title

first sounds like zip up fleece cardigan / sweatshirt / jacket

fergoose Mon 03-Jun-13 08:07:31

first one sweat-top, second one playsuit?

YoniBottsBumgina Mon 03-Jun-13 00:41:40

Cardigan?

aufaniae Mon 03-Jun-13 00:37:35

I think romper suit might cover it.

aufaniae Mon 03-Jun-13 00:35:33

Thanks smile

The first item has a zip. Can sweatshirts have zips?

YoniBottsBumgina Mon 03-Jun-13 00:22:38

Sweater/jumper

No idea on the other one.

Try looking on websites like next or H&M for similar items of clothing and see what they call them?

I think if they are bundles it's not so important to have a word, since you'll have a picture and you can title it "Girls' clothing bundle age 12-18 months" or whatever.

PinkPepper Mon 03-Jun-13 00:19:00

Sweatshirt? Fleece? Pullover?

Romper? Dungarees even?

Sorry might not help at all just trying to picture the items smile

aufaniae Mon 03-Jun-13 00:09:07

I'm selling a few items (in bundles) but I'm stuck on what a couple of them should be called!

One is a top. It's like a hoody but without the hood. What would you call it?

Also a piece of clothing for a baby girl. It has straps, then is gathered at the top of the chest (like a smock). It's baggy, it's meant to be worn over a vest and has poppers to do up the very short legs. It's slightly frilly around the legs and at the straps. There isn't an adult equivalent bit of clothing, I have no idea what to call it!

Any ideas?

TIA smile

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