To whom it may concern -
My 15 month old daughter wore a C.C. Clothing by Sami outfit yesterday. This outfit was purchased as a gift from Denny’s clothing in Long Island, NY. The outfit is turquoise, and by the end of the day so was my daughter. The outfit turned most of her skin blue and she has now broken out in hives everywhere her skin was touched by the clothes. I have bathed her thoroughly and she is still blue. I have had to give her Benadryl and am watching her closely for any additional reaction, per my pediatrician. I am very concerned that an outfit made for children would produce this type of problem. I expect that someone from your office will get back with me very quickly to let me know what type of dye is used in your clothing and to assure me that this will never happen to another child.
I have taken digital pictures of both the blue skin and the hives for my own records and would be happy to share, if you would care to see them.
Signed by me
The letter above is one I sent this morning to C.C. Clothing by Sami's (http://ccbysami.com/contactus.html) email contact person. Of course, their website does not have an actual phone number or person to talk to. I also called the store where the outfit was purchased to see if they could provide me with a contact or phone number (http://www.dennyschildrenswear.com/index.htm) The manager said she'd get back to me tomorrow.
Keep in mind that this brand is carried at several high end kids boutiques as well as Nordstrom and many upscale kids clothes websites - shopbop.com, babylaundryboutique.com and poshtots.com to name a few. Please note that this is not a slam on these sites, all of which are great. I am listing them here merely to illustrate the quality of the clothing one would expect to find there and how wide the distribution of this brand is.