Rosie the Riveters Footie Ruffled Zippered One Piece - FINAL SALE
Reimagine your essentials in our coveted girls ruffled footie reversible zippered one-piece in Päpook® viscose from bamboo. Ultra-soft viscose makes our footies the perfect addition to everyday wear. Ruffle detail on bodice and layers of ruffle on the back for a cute added detail—Posh Peanut® signature non-slip grips on the footie for walkers. The reversible 2-way zipper makes diaper changes quick and easy without undressing your baby down. Elastic backing on footies for a snug fit, built-in fold-over mittens in sizes NB and 0-3M. Jammies so cute you can wear them out!
- Ruffle details on bodice and back
- Tagless for sensitive skin
- 2-way reversible zipper
- Footed style with designer grips
- True to size, snug fit / Not treated with flame retardants
- Signature Posh Peanut Design
- Machine washable / Tumble dry low
- 95% Viscose from Bamboo, 5% Spandex
- Accessories sold separately
- Sizes 9 months+ the ruffles are slightly smaller from our previous productions with an added extra ruffle on the back. Depicted in the image is a size 6-9M. All smaller sizes remain the same with 3 rows of ruffles on the back.
- Posh Peanut is donating proceeds from these collections to Girls Inc LA
- Our Women's Empowerment collections are all in collaboration with artist Martin Bruckner @Spaghettitoesdad
Rosie the Riveter, unlike our other featured women of history, was the fictional star of a World War II campaign. During World War II, there were gaps left by men who had enlisted and were drafted into the war. This created the need for more workers; however, men were typically the ones who worked due to outdated stereotypes. This led to the Rosie the Riveter campaign, which was meant to help recruit women into the workforce. Rosie, pictured as a strong, bandanna-clad woman, became the face of the most successful recruitment tool in American history and the most iconic image of working women in the World War II era.
Rosie’s prototype was first created in 1942 by a Pittsburgh artist named J. Howard Miller and was featured on a poster for an electric corporation under the headline “We Can Do It.” In 1943, a popular song called “Rosie the Riveter” was released by Redd Evans and John Jacob Loeb, and the name went down in history.
Between 1940 and 1945, the female percentage of the U.S. workforce increased from 27% to 37%. The aviation industry, in particular, saw the most increase in female workers. The munitions industry also saw heavy recruitment of female workers. By 1945, nearly 1 in 4 married women worked outside the home. The call for women to join the workforce was meant to be temporary, but many women stayed in the workforce even after the war. Men could no longer claim superiority over women after seeing women’s efforts during the war. Many women got a taste of freedom and independence and sought more. The impact of World War II on women changed the workplace and resulted in women’s roles continuing to expand in a postwar era. Rosie the Riveter continues to be an iconic symbol for all women, proving that we indeed can do it.
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Bamboo from viscose is lightweight, breathable, and extra buttery soft for your baby's delicate skin. Its lush texture makes it a favorite amongst all ages. Its natural weave makes it stretchy enough for a nice snug fit, yet comfortable for all-day wear. The natural fibers make you feel like it's your second skin.
Did you know most children's wear is treated with flame retardants? You can rest easy knowing our bamboo is not treated with chlorine-containing bleaches, zinc, and sulfate. We comply with snug fitting standards to ensure we don't use any chemicals during our production process.
Benefits of Bamboo From Viscose
It is hypoallergenic, allowing moisture to evaporate and dry quickly. In addition to being naturally hypoallergenic and anti-fungal, it is also odor resistant and naturally regulates body heat. Micro-gaps aid in ventilation by trapping in cool air during hot seasons and traps warm air during cold seasons. This means you stay cooler during the summer and a few degrees warmer during the winter. This makes it great specifically for people with sensitive skin and/or allergies.
It has natural UV protection to protect your peanuts from sun rays in comfort.
NOT ALL BAMBOO IS CREATED EQUAL
There are many ways to produce bamboo. Here at Posh Peanut, we are dedicated to giving back to our planet. Eco-friendly- bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants on earth. It requires very little water and grows 3-4ft a day without any fertilizers. Since our bamboo is made without any harsh chemicals, we are proud to say our products are made ethically using the highest standards in textile.
- women empowerment
- baby girl
- Rosie the Riveter
Granddaughter wore this to her uncle’s wedding. She was adorable
Matches the Eloise robe I got for labor and delivery! Super super soft!!!! Material is good for a growing babe!
Product was as described and quality is amazing! Worth the price because my son lives in pajamas!
So happy my baby
This print is even better in person!