Before your little fashionista gets herself dressed in the morning, take note, parents: Target recalled 30,000 pairs of kids jeans. So what’s the skinny on this skinny jeans recall?

Manufacturer Topson Downs recently issued a voluntary recall of its Cat & Jack Star Studded Skinny Jeans. According to the recall notice, the metal stars on the jeans can detach, poses a laceration hazard for your child.

photo: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission 

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recall notice notes that there have been six reports of stars detaching. Out of these six reports, five include lacerations.

How to Tell If Your Cat & Jack Jeans Were Recalled

Approximately 30,000 pairs of these jeans were sold exclusively at Target stores nationwide. The Cat & Jack Girls’ Star Studded Skinny Jeans were sold in sizes 4 through 18P, have metal stars (hence the laceration hazard) on the front bottom part of the legs.

These jeans also have the numbers 205-03-1377 to 205-03-1392 on the top of the hangtag as well as the words “Cat & Jack” and “Super Skinny” printed on the inside of the waistband.

photo: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

What to Do If You Have a Recalled Pair

If you’ve purchased these jeans, don’t allow your child to wear them. You can immediately return them to target for a full refund. For more information, visit the CPSC website or go to Target’s “Product recalls” page.

Does your child have these jeans or another product that has been recently recalled? Let us know if recent recalls have made you nervous about the products your child wears and uses in the comments.

—Erica Loop

Featured image: Mike Mozart via Flickr



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