- White fabric: 100% polyester; homespun gingham: 57% polyester, 30% cotton, 12% rayon, 1% nylon
- White poplin shirt has gingham cuffs & mandarin collar, black piping on front edge
- Shirt fastens w/ buttons at front; 2nd row of decorative buttons gives double-breasted look
- Black & white homespun gingham pants have elastic waistband
- Chef's toque hat has poplin crown, wide gingham band
|18MO||Sleeve Length||11 1/2"||29cm|
|18MO||Waist||13" - 22"||33cm - 56cm|
|2T||Waist||14" - 24"||36cm - 61cm|
|4T||Sleeve Length||14 1/2"||37cm|
|4T||Waist||16" - 26"||41cm - 66cm|
AMERICA'S NEXT GREAT CHEF
Is your child aspiring to be America's next great chef? Are they putting in the hours, helping you in the kitchen every day of the week? They might not be doing the hard parts, but they are doing something, which is important! And it's a lot more than we could say at that age. At their age, the closest thing we did to cook was put leftovers in the microwave. We didn't start making mac and cheese with hotdogs in it until we were 16! So, by our standards, your child is already a master chef.
What type of food do they like to make? Maybe they like Italian food, or Chinese food. Maybe they like to make authentic Mexican cuisine. Maybe they like to make good, old-fashioned burgers, classic American. Whatever they like to cook, we don't doubt they probably are better at it than we are!
While your child works to become the next great chef, this costume will help them to look the part! They'll be wearing black and white pants that have an elastic waistband to help ensure a comfortable fit. The shirt is white and has collar & sleeve cuffs of the same fabric as the pants. And of course, there is the chef's hat. What would this costume be without it? The hats are an essential part of any chef costume. This one happens to be edged with the same material as the pants, making the whole ensemble match perfectly.
Having a child that wants to be a chef is so much more practical than having a child that wants to be a cowboy or an astronaut. A child that loves to cook can actually help with meals! A child that wants to be a cowboy just protects the backyard from bandits, which, while it's a nice thought, it's maybe a little unnecessary...
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