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La Paloma Recalls Girls’ Nightgowns Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard; Burn Hazard (Recall Alert)

  • Recalled La Paloma Girl’s Nightgown – Paloma Stripe
  • Recalled La Paloma Girl’s Nightgown – Evergreen
  • Recalled La Paloma Girl’s Nightgown – Holly Horse
  • Recalled La Paloma Girl’s Nightgown – Little Wings
  • Recalled La Paloma Girl’s Nightgown – Scandi Shapes
Name of Product:
Girls’ Nightgowns

The recalled children’s nightgowns fail to meet flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.

Recall Date:
June 24, 2021

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Consumer Contact

La Paloma, email or online at and click on “Safety Notice” at the bottom of the FAQ page for more information.

Recall Details


This recall involves La Paloma “Girl’s Nightgowns.” They are 100% cotton and were sold in sizes 2 through 9 and in the following prints: Little Wings, Paloma Stripe, Evergreen, Scandi Shapes, and Holly Horse. The long-sleeved nightgowns have an elastic pleated neckline and wrists. “100% Cotton. Made ethically in China. Turn inside out, machine wash cool with like colors tumble dry low. Do not bleach or iron” is printed on the care label.


Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled children’s nightgowns and contact La Paloma for a full refund. La Paloma is contacting all known purchasers directly.


None reported

Sold At

Online at from November 2020 through December 2020 for about $58.

Manufactured In:

La Paloma, of Austin, Texas

Recall number:
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