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Kid's Overalls

Retail $80.00

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Now your the babies and toddlers can get in on the fun, too! The Hammies Overalls is our take on the classic corduroy, color-block overalls style that many of us grew up wearing. We designed them to match the Women's Bell Bottoms so that "mommy and me" can be the vibe together! We went with a relaxed fit to give your little one some room to grow in them. 

The Hammies Overalls is a homage to a time when all things were flared. These are your mom's bells!

  • 🌱 Stretch corduroy (98% cotton, 2% elastic)
  • 💎 Matching plaid flannel liner in the upper body, tortoiseshell buttons, front chest and back pocket
  • 🎨 Matches our blue/pink knit crop top colors and yellow and white tri-tone terry tee colors

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Sizing

The overalls run on the smaller side so we recommend sizing up. 

The overalls sizing is based on baby and toddler sizing (6M is 6 months old, 1T is 1 year old, 2T is 2 years old, and 3T is 3 years old). Don't see your little one's size? We are introducing more sizes and we want to include you! Fill out our Size Survey so that we know what size to make 👍

Free shipping

Get free shipping when you order a pair of matching bells for yourself! Use discount code DOUBLEDOWN to get free shipping worldwide on orders of $120 (USD) or more 🎉

Free exchanges

If the overalls don't fit like you expect, you can swap them out for a different size and we will cover the return shipping (US customers only) 👌

See our exchange and return policy for details.

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Hammies is an old short for a new generation. The short style was popularized in the 1970s by surf and skate communities in Southern California. The shorts were worn by skateboard legends like the Zephyr skate team, surf legends like Jeff Hakman, and pop culture icons like Tom Selleck and Chevy Chase. They were worn by rollerskaters, tennis players, camp counselors, computer programmers, hippies, and they were probably worn by your mom and dad.