Ruth Bader Ginsburg Ruffled Cap Sleeve Twirl Skirt Bodysuit

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Dress it up or down; our girl's ruffled cap sleeve twirl skirt bodysuit has become a staple to have in your closet. Large ruffle sleeves, three-snap closures for quick diaper changes, breathable and made from our signature Päpook® viscose from bamboo, twirl skirt bodysuits are a favorite! Pair it with leggings or leg-warmers, and layer it with all of your favorite accessories.


  • Large ruffle sleeves with twirl skirt detail
  • Extra snap buttons on the shoulder for easy wear
  • Snap closure for an easy diaper change
  • 95% Viscose from Bamboo, 5% Spandex
  • Accessories sold separately
  • 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

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was born in 1933 in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up, her mother significantly influenced her life & taught her the value of receiving a good education. Ruth followed her mother's advice by attending Cornell University in 1954, where she graduated at the top of her class. That same year, she married her husband Martin & had her first child in 1955. Her husband was later drafted into the military, which led to Ginsburg putting her education on hold.

In 1956, Ginsburg began attending Harvard law school while taking care of her recently cancer-diagnosed husband & her daughter. Despite all of her struggles, she graduated at the top of her class & furthered her education at Columbia Law. And, by no surprise, she graduated at the top of her class. Ruth, however, found it challenging to find a job due to gender discrimination in the workplace. She luckily was offered a job as a clerk for a U.S District Judge, & she worked there for 2 years until she wound up teaching at Columbia Law School.⁠

She led the fight against gender discrimination & successfully argued 6 landmark cases before the U.S Supreme Court. This led to President Carter appointing Ruth to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia in 1980. She served on the court for 13 years until Ruth was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Clinton in 1993. She became the court's 2nd female justice as well as the first Jewish female justice.

As a judge, she wrote the landmark decision that stated the Virginia Military Institute couldn't refuse to admit women. She famously dissented in the Ledbetter V. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Her plaintiff, a female employee, paid less than her male co-workers with the same qualifications, sued under Title VII. Unfortunately, she was denied relief. But as we already know, this did not stop Ruth from seeking justice. In 2009, President Obama passed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. Ruth proved she was a force to be reckoned with until her death on September 18, 2020. Ruth Bader Ginsburg will always be remembered for her strong voice against gender inequality and discrimination.

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Each item is shipped with no pricing information. Gift wrap is an option available through any applicable product listing.

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You have 30 days to return your items from when you receive your order if you're not 100% happy! Please check out our RETURN POLICY for more information.

Why Bamboo?

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.

No Chemicals?

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.


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.

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