So lovely readers a few weeks ago I did a little post on my favourite boutiques discovered in June. Well imagine my surprise and delight when Babycoo contacted me to ask if I fancied reviewing some of their clothes. Of course the answer to this request was a very resounding yes! Having coveted several items from their site I was over the moon.
Who are Babycoo?
Babycoo were founded in 2014 by parents Richard & Kathryn who wanted to offer other parents like themselves baby clothes that were ethically sourced and made from organic material. The idea being that the clothes they were dressing their baby in had not caused harm to any one else in the process of being made. With this mission in mind Babycoo has sourced garments from brands that fit into their ideology.Although the clothes needed to be ethical and organic Richard & Kathryn didn’t want to lose out on style. The whole range on Babycoo is quirky and bright. But most importantly they are all from Fairtrade producers.
Now I have to say that I love dressing my kids. It really is one of my favourite things to do. I love finding quirky items off the high street. I also love organic cotton and funky prints. It seemed to me that Babycoo and I were a match made in heaven! So a few emails later and Richard was winging me over some of their great items. I was pretty excited, even more so when the package arrived!
All the items were by a brand called Maxomorra, who I had not heard of previously. I was really impressed at how soft all the items were. They also felt like they had quite a lot of stretch to them as well.
I have to say the piggy dress I had been coveting in my first post about Babycoo lived up to my expectations. This little dress is so cool. The print is fantastic and I can’t wait for Pudding to grow into it!
The flower print pinafore dress is really retro. The print is bright and the colours suit Pudding down to the ground. I am currently hunting out an appropriately headband to go with it! I think she liked how soft it felt against her skin. She certainly seemed comfy in it. I also have to say she got loads of compliments when we went out for coffee.
Last but definitely not least was this cute printed bib. Oh my. I thought the clothes were soft. But the backing on this bib is super-soft. In all honesty its kind of too nice to drop stuff all over. However, as you can see from the pictures Pudding has managed to cover it! Well for all of you out there wondering how well these items wash…. I can tell you they wash great 🙂
If you are looking for some fantastic, funky and eco-friendly brands then we totally recommend Babycoo. They have a great ethos combined with some great items. What more could a mum want?
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This post is entirely our own opinions, We did receive the clothes from Babycoo as a gift in order to complete the review