Posted on April 26, 2011

Mummy Loves Bandandy

Review
A little while ago we were sent two Bandandy’s to have a look at and try out! Bugs being the world’s dribbliest baby sure has put them through their paces 😉
The Jackomettii Spaghettii Bandandy is a designer bandana children’s fashion accessory suitable for use as a bib, napkin, scarf and sunhat. They come in lots of gorgeous fabrics suitable for both boys & girls!
Handmade in England from top quality designer cottons, the Bandandy is backed with pre-shrunk unbleached calico and secured with robust metal snaps allowing two size settings so it will grow with your child. They can be washed at up to 40 degrees time and time again and are safe to tumble dry and iron.
The RRP is £9.99 in shops and they are £10 with free delivery on the Jackomettii Spaghetti Etsy shop – http://www.thejsshop.etsy.com 
As you can see from the photos the Bandandy looks totally adorable! I absolutely love the designs that we were sent and they have many more over in their Etsy shop so make sure you have a look 🙂 Bugs dribbles constantly and I was forever changing his clothes before we got the Bandandy’s. I was really surprised at how absorbent they are and they really do wash beautifully! What always makes me happy with children’s clothes and accessories is that they can be tumble dried!! Saying that though with weather like we are having at the moment, they just need to be pegged on the line for an hour or so! I am really very pleased with the Bandandy’s and Bugs wears them happily!! A big big thumbs up from us :O)
ETA: Jackometti Spaghetti now has their very own website which you can see here http://www.jackomettiispaghettii.com/

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3 Comments

  • Reply KARA May 9, 2011 at 10:44 am

    Oh Thanks for the link, I bought one of these (not the brand) last week for G as he dribbles bad, they are great and so much cuter than a bib xx
    As always super pictures, I wish you lived closer, I would love to book you xxx

  • Reply WorkingLondonMummy May 1, 2011 at 10:58 pm

    looks so pretty. I used one of those for miss Munchkin in her dribbly days.

  • Reply Mrs E April 26, 2011 at 11:07 pm

    Maxwell can't be the worlds most dribbliest baby as I am sure Mads wins that title! 😉

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