baby tee

baby tee

n.
1. A T-shirt designed for a baby or young child.
2. A close-fitting, often short T-shirt worn especially by young women and teenage girls.
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I have a four-pack and a 28-inch waistline, she said as she showed off her size 4 figure clothed in a baby tee. Matec also has the metabolic rate of a 20-year-old.
While the company might be new, they have published several critically-acclaimed novels, including a street thriller titled Caught Up, the emotionally-charged novella Padre, and My Red Hijab, My White Baby Tee, and My Blue Skinny Jeans.
Most of the group's song titles are such baby tee Slogans--"Boys Lie," "Cinderella," "Disco Hippie." And that about sums up the sound, too.
A blue "Juicy" brand tee, for example, has a crown imprinted on it with the words "Prom Queen." One teenage girl even had her mother there to help pick out just the right baby tee: The wrong one would be a disaster at school.
Placemats with caricatures, jokes and framed baby tees with smart one-liners, bring to life the brand essence of Lemon Tree.
We don't want to say we aren't wearing flannel anymore because, hell, some of us are, but we may just be cutting it up and turning it into flannel baby tees.
Fast and the Furious 2 T-shirts, baseball jerseys, baby tees,
The Shining has colonized every possible wardrobe item: silver vinyl twinsets, spiky latex cardigans, cropped lurex bubble-wrap dresses, aluminized nylon micro-mini skirts, slick satin baby tees, chrome patent-leather hot pants, space-cadet combat boots, rubberized chiffon halter tops, rhinestone chokers, slinky polyurethane short satinless steel heels, blue metallic flares, faux fur-lined snakeskin prints, transparent knapsacks, glitter-soaked mesh, spangles, sequins, and the latest plastic fantastic spawned from the labs - like Tencel and polyamide.
On the extreme end were sports-bra-type tops that exposed the bellybutton; on the more modest end were short baby tees worn with high-waisted bottoms for a more ladylike turn.