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Last to enter the tank is Rags To Raches seeking $200,000 for 10 percent equity.

Rags To Raches takes the classic romper and spins it into a snap-less one-piece romper for kids.

Kevin O’Leary wonders how business gets taken care of, in which the romper can slip up and down easily. New, limited-edition rompers are always being designed, therefore driving traffic to their site. They have made $792,000 to date.

The company is having a problem with inventory, which is why they are seeking an investment. Daymond John, fashion expert, sees it as very copyable, which others have already tried to copy.

They have created separate lines for both retail and online, so the sales are not competing. Mark Cuban sees her as too directionless so goes out.

Social reactions from Rags To Raches’ appearance on Shark Tank:

Robert Herjavec asks what she wants to do, to which she says she wants to be “Mrs. Wonderful” and “make money.” He offers $200,000 for 20 percent.

O’Leary finds that it could add value to his portfolio so offers $200,000 for 20 percent, the same as Herjavec. John, too, is interested and offers $200,000 for 20 percent with a direction to license.

A shark fight ensues between Herjavec and John, while Lori Greiner goes out.

She counters 15 percent to Herjavec, which he accepts.

Final deal: Robert Herjavec for $200,000 for 15 percent.

Would you buy a Rags To Raches romper?