Failed Flammability Standards Prompt Children's Loungewear Recall from Eleanor Rose

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April 05, 2016

Eleanor Rose has announced a recall for potentially dangerous children's clothing.

The retailer is recalling two different styles of Eleanor Rose loungewear, including a girl's gown and a unisex top and pants set. The loungewear fails to meet federal flammability standards for children's sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.

The loungewear was sold in sizes 12 months through size 12. Eleanor Rose is printed on a tag sewn into the neck of the garments and on the back outside of the pants. The style number is on a tag sewn into the side seam or inside the back of the pants.

For a full list of the recalled style names and numbers, see the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) release.

Consumers could purchase these items on the Eleanor Rose website from November 2014 through February 2016 for about $30 each.

No injuries related to this recall have been reported to date.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled loungewear away from children and return it to Eleanor Rose for a merchandise credit towards the purchase of another Eleanor Rose product.

Customers with questions about this recall can contact Eleanor Rose by phone at (855) 816-4649 or by email at hello@eleanorrose.com.

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