CPSC Recalls Children’s Sleepwear

LIVLY Clothing, in conjunction with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), has recalled approximately 1,200 children’s robes and two-piece pajama sets because the items fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, and could cause a burn risk to the wearer. No injuries have been reported so far. The items were not imported or distributed by any ASI-listed companies.

The recalled two-piece sets are a long-sleeve top and pants and have a sewn-in side fabric label that has “LIVLY,” “” and RN number 146214 printed on it. The two-piece sets also have a printed label with “LIVLY” on the back of the neck and the back of the pants. The recalled robes have a chest pocket on the left side with the word “Mini” embroidered on it, two pockets at the bottom and one snap-closure on the right side above the abdomen. A belt is attached to the center back of the robe and an outline of a sleeping face is embroidered on the back. A fabric label with “LIVLY” and the size is sewn on the inside of the neck of the robe.

The apparel was manufactured in Peru and imported by LCK Design LLC doing business as Livly Clothing in Sunny Isles, FL. The items were sold at Baby Elaine, Bluebelle, Le Bambini, The Hosiery Boutique, LIVLY and other specialty stores and online at, and other websites from February 2016 through January 2017 for about $55 for the two-piece pajama sets and $78 for the robes. People who bought the items can receive a full refund by contacting LIVLY toll-free at (844) 350-7728 or online at