I have an adorable baby brand to share with you today; Talula Little who make organic cotton baby bibs inspired by Yoga poses. The founder Lisa is a yoga instructor, with a passion for healthy living. When Lisa and Aviv added a baby to their family, they understood the challenges that come with raising children and wanted to create their own ethical and stylish baby brand.
Talula Little have created these gorgeous organic baby bibs, all in gender neutral, bright colours that would make a perfect gift. I love bandana bibs on babies, I think they look so cute, but sadly most of the bandana bibs I tried for my little one were really poorly cut, meaning she protested every time I tried to put one on and would look uncomfortable around the neck. These bibs by Talula Little have a wonderful cut, so they fit comfortably around the neck. The bibs are made from really soft GOTS (Global organic textile standard) cotton in India, and Talula Little buy cotton directly from the cooperative in compliance with Fairtrade practices. Cotton is a very heavily sprayed crop, so I always use a mix of second hand items and when buying new, organic wherever possible.
Baby Green wears; Talula Little Organic bandana bib (I am a happy baby) – Organic cotton fox dungarees (previous season) from Frugi* – Cardigan (previous season) Little Bird by Jools Oliver.
The bibs come with two popper fastenings and should fit to around three years. Baby Green is two and can still fit these comfortably, in fact she really loves them! The materials are really beautifully soft and I especially love the way these are cut around the neck, I haven’t seen this fit on any other bibs. The bibs so far have washed really beautifully and still look great despite heavy wear.
I think these bibs would make a beautiful gift for any baby, especially good for eco conscious parents as they come beautifully boxed but with no excessive plastic. The bibs themselves are so lovely and bright, they cheer up any outfit, as well as being incredibly practical with you have a teething baby to protect clothes. You can find the set of three bibs here and they cost £25 for the boxed set.
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