As seen in Glamour Magazine: ChunkaBuns

October 13, 2017

As seen in Glamour Magazine: ChunkaBuns

ChunkaBuns as seen in Glamour Magazine

As seen in Glamour Magazine: ChunkaBuns

We were featured in Glamour Magazine's Tiny Trends! ChunkaBuns pants are a design that have never been made before (patent pending). We have a completely unique pattern and cuff features that create an innovation in children's pants that the children's apparel industry sorely needed. With such unique features, the grow with me style allows a baby to wear a pair of pants for YEARS instead of months. This revolutionary style and sizing in children's wear is changing the landscape of children's apparel. 

As seen in Glamour Tiny Trends
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In addition to organic fabrics in children's clothing, eco friendly bamboo fabrics, made in the USA features and all sorts of AWESOME earth friendly policies - Chunkabuns is a family clothing company that focuses on balancing eco-friendly ethically made clothing with affordability and functional creative design. We have shirts for mom, shirts for dad, baby tops and bottoms. Chunkabuns infant and toddler items are designed to fit over cloth diapers and have grow-with-me features to ensure children will not grow out of them nearly as fast! Chunkabuns really has something for everyone. Find them @chunkabuns (FB, IG, Twitter) and www.chunkaBuns.com.





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