Victorian Baby Clothes
Edit: Was not happy with the baby nightgown. The mesh was a bit wonky and it turned out that I was using the wrong texture. So I've redone it and also added two recolours from All About Style that I'd missed, orange plaid and pink flowers. Just delete the old mesh and recolour and download the new ones.
I have recently downloaded a ton of stuff for my modern day babies, but I was lacking in the baby clothing department for my Victorian babies.
I loved All About Style's toddler sleepwear/underwear, so I decided to convert it for babies.
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In the past, we've required either permission or a stated policy that says you can "remix." But many creators disappear, have no policies or unclear policies, and you can't ask permission because you can't contact them. In light of this, we allow "remixes" of other creators' work, even if you don't necessarily have permission and their policies don't state you can.
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The AAS site is gone and only accessible via the Wayback Machine and I got no response to an email, so I believe that it meets the 'permanently offline' condition. If AAS should come back to the community or object then I'll take the upload down.
The toddler chemise is for female babies. The union suit and nighties are unisex. The nighties come in two colours, plaid and white. The union suit is blue and the chemise is white.
I also converted some of Cocomama's Victorian toddler clothing, namely the bloomers, half bloomers and nightgown, all for baby unisex. They all come in off white. The collar on the toddler bloomers has been removed, as I couldn't get it to not clip into the baby's neck. The lower buttons on the nightgown have also been removed due to distortion issues.
All the clothing has Rosebine's edit of Bloom's sexy feet for babies and toddlers. They're all set to Everyday and Sleepwear, as those seem to be the only categories available for babies.
These are all non default outfits and to use the clothing you'll need Chris Hatch's mod, linked here with instructions.
There is some clipping when the baby uses the danglemaster and wriggles about, shown in a pic.
All About Style
simmer22, for her tutorial on baby clothes and for help with some problems.
buvicnightgown = 3,248
bufullbloomers = 3,204
buhalfbloomers = 3,050
bfchemise = 3,332
buunion = 2,960
buvicnightshirt = 3,076
Bloom, for his sexy feet.
Rosebine, for her edit of Bloom's feet for toddlers and babies.
Size: 3.48 MB · Downloads: 2,928 · 16th Dec 2018
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Other Victorian/Medieval Baby Clothes: https://hat-plays-sims.dreamwidth.org/32432.html