Now, how many times have you left the house forgetting to bring an extra set of clothes for your little one and disaster strikes. Your child is either covered in spit up or a soiled nappy has wreaked havoc. I’ve had this happen numerous times and it’s not pleasant, especially when you have to leave the shop with the little one wearing only a nappy or just a shirt or pants.
Enter an incredibly chic yet wearable spare clothes option, Babysparewear. A Los Angeles based company, Babysparewear is the most innovative idea in children’s clothing I’ve seen in a long time. It’s so simple you wonder why it wasn’t around before. They make full spare outfits for babies and toddlers comprised of pants and short or long sleeve shirts all bundled up in a travel carry case ready for any mishap that may happen when out and about. They are made in LA from sublime jersey cotton in an array of great colours, some with designs on the tees and even an ‘ecochic’ organic cotton option.
I like my daughter to dress up when we’re out, except for at the park or during play dates. That’s why I have found it so hard to navigate the spare clothing realm. I always end up with the wrong clothes for the occasion: dressy clothes for the park for example. That’s where Babysparewear is absolutely perfect. They’ve designed the impossible, an outfit that will work for either the park or out shopping. The outfits are stylish and comfy yet timeless. I have already decided I’m going to buy a few sets, one for the car and one for the nappy bag.
If you want to do the same, then head over to My Keiko, the Australian distributor and stockist for Babysparewear. The range is available in sizes infant to five years and prices start at $30.00.