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Scooter Girl | Gifts and Toys for Kids by Lottie

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Scooter Girl 

There’s nothing like a fun-filled day of whizzing around Branksea Park on a shiny silver scooter! Lottie loves to spend the afternoon outside in the fresh air, scootering around her neighbourhood in a lilac top, dungaree shorts, white tights, and lilac boots. Her pink helmet keeps her safe and ready for her next adventure! 

  • Cotton Long-sleeved lilac top
  • Lilac boots
  • Corduroy Dungaree shorts 
  • White tights
  • Pink and silver foldable Lottie scooter with a clip on each handle so Lottie can hold on tight! 
  • Pink helmet

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In case once you receive your Lottie products, they are not just as expected, you can return or exchange your items within 1 month. Contact us via info@arklu.com and our Costumer Service Team will be glad to inform you and guide you through the process. Once the return has been approved, you will receive your refund via the same means used to make your purchase. If you want to learn more about this, please visit our Shopping Guide.

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Q. What materials are used to compose Lottie products?

Q. Are Lottie products Eco-Friendly?

Q. Are there plans for a boy doll in the Lottie range?

For a full list of our FAQs, see here.

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