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Bandana Bib Reviews: Sa~Be Baby Wear

Posted by SussexMummy | Posted in Information | Posted on 30-06-2011

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 Next up on the bandana bib reviews – yes there are even more brands out there than even I imagined when I started this – is a lovely bib from Sa~Be Baby Wear. Sa~Be have been manufacturing their bibs since 2008. Here’s my little man modelling their camouflage design – specially requested by me because it matches his sunglasses. Yes, I am weird.

Another shaped bib designed to fit snuggly under the babies chin, this bib is made from a super absorbent top layer and a soft fleece backing protects clothes from dribble. Air circulates through the fleece layer ensuring fast drying from dribble and also after washing. This bib has been through the wash several times since it arrived and does dry incredibly quickly. My only problem with this bib is the poppers. There is only one set so there is no room for growth. This bib fits my little man well now, but I don’t see it continuing to do so.

Sa~Be bibs cost £2.95 each and postage is incredibly reasonable at £1 for up to 3, £2 for up to 6, £3 for up to 9 and so on.

Sa~Be bibs can be bought from their official website, or they have agents up and down the country who can sell to you direct. Full details of which can be found on their website, along with their lovely range of baby carriers – something they are very passionate about.

Website: http://www.sabebabywear.com
Twitter: @SaBeBaby