Baby brand Bibs has collaborated with Liberty on a stylish new collection
Finding baby accessories that are both practical and aesthetically pleasing isn't always as easy as it should be. But there's good news for parents of newborns and toddlers as Danish brand Bibs has teamed up with Liberty to create a new collection. The result? A brilliant blend of Scandic-chic and artistic heritage.
Bibs x Liberty has launched at Bibs online and it features a range of baby essentials adorned with Liberty's signature floral prints. The focus of the range is Bibs' most iconic product - a dummy, also known as a life-saver when it comes to getting little ones to sleep.
First launched 45 years ago, the Bibs "Colour" dummy features a lightweight shield that ensures minimum contact with the baby's nose and mouth and a natural rubber latex teat in a round shape.
The range also features the "De Lux: version of the Bibs dummy, which has a teat made from silicone. Both designs come in a choice of three sizes which are matched to suit the child's age, from newborn to 18 months plus.
Dummies aren't always the prettiest baby products, but this range features an appealing pastel colour palette with over 20 colours and prints to choose from. Available in a two pack, they are priced at £10.95 and £11.95 and to protect them in between use, there's a choice of four matching storage boxes to keep them in when out and about.
To ensure the dummies stay attached to the baby's clothes, there are six handy dummy clips and a range of "Bandan' bibs that come in the brand's signature muted shades in different Liberty prints.
Made from 100% organic cotton, this soft and breathable feeding essential will keep little ones clean in style. And if you're looking for a gift for new parents, there are also bundle packs starting at £32.85 for three dummy packs.
See a few more of our picks from the collection above and if you're keen to snap up a piece from the range, you'll need to be quick as some of the products are selling out already. Baby basics have never looked so good.
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