No matter wit or witout, whiz has to be part of the picture when it comes to a Philly cheesesteak. This playful, neutral-colored one piece baby bodysuit is for any fan of this Philadelphia food staple! It is one design in a series of food-themed baby bodysuit designs, but this design is unequivocally for the Philadelphia foodie. As with all of my baby bodysuits, it is meant to be unisex for easy gifting.
- GRAPHIC: Original, stylized illustration of a Philadelphia cheesesteak smothered in cheese. Over the graphic, it says the words WHIZ KID.
- INK COLOR(S): Brown
- BODY COLOR: "Banana" yellow (the color of the cheese!)
- FABRIC: 100% combed ring-spun cotton
- FIT/FEATURES: manufactured by Rabbit Skins brand; flatlock stitched seams - snap tape technology that keeps kids safe and secure - three snap closure - easy tear label - CPSIA compliant
- SIZES: 6 Months & 12 Months - see size chart for measurements.
- PERFECT FOR: a baby shower gift, gift for a new mom, gift for a new dad, coworker baby gift idea, unique Philadelphia souvenir
Note: this is a screen-printed product. Please allow for slight variations. Also note that the saturation of the colors might vary slightly from your computer screen to the item itself.
- B A B Y B O D Y S U I T F A Q -
What size should I buy? In general, 6 months is the most popular size to gift. However, babies tend to be able to wear the 12 month size for a longer period of time. Both are sized to coordinate with the age of the child.
Do you have this in newborn size? No, I do not print newborn sizes because babies grow so quickly, moms told me it was a waste of time.
Why do you call it a baby bodysuit? "Onesie" is a trademarked term. If you want to support small makers such as myself, use search terms like "baby bodysuit," "baby one-piece," "baby creeper," or "baby one-piece" when shopping online.
Do you sew the fabric bodysuit yourself? No, it is cut and sewn by a company called Rabbit Skins. I purchase blank product from them and print my original graphic on it with non-toxic, water-based ink.