Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Bibiray's Organic Kids' Couture - Review and Giveaway!


One of the things I find most difficult about having as little one is the fact that she grow so quickly.  Clothing and shoes don't last long because she outgrows them in no time!  Kids' clothing and kids' shoes are quite costly...especially if you have to get a bigger size in a few months!  Little One has been lucky to be the smallest out of all her friends. She always gets everyone's hand-me-downs!

Bibirays.ca has the perfect solution to the problem of having to buy new clothes all the time because your kids outgrow them so quickly. Their clothing has snaps to make it last! Everything is 3 sizes in 1 and it's all made with 100% organic cotton.

I was given the opportunity to review one of the items on the Bibirays.ca website. I let Little One choose, since ultimately, she would be the one to wear the Bibiray's item. She chose the Knots Dress in Red.
Like all of the clothing items on the website, the Knots Dress grows with your child. One size will fit up to 3 sizes and will last for many seasons. Adjustable knots at the shoulders and snaps in between the bottom layers make it easy to change the length and fit of the dress.

My 3 year old is in love with her dress and refuses to take it off. Sadly, we're on day 2 of her not wanting to remove it! She says "it's so comfy" and she loves the colours and patterns. What she loves most is the big, deep pocket that she can store her treasures in. She's been lugging around her "pet" (a stuffed hamster named Nibbles) in there and telling people that "Nibbles is in a baby carrier".
The dress is very versatile and can be worn as is, with a top underneath, with tights, leggings, one of Bibiray's peasant tops...the possibilities are endless.

I think it's pure genius to create kids' clothing that lasts a few years and sizes...especially when that item of clothing happens to be your child's favourite.

FYI: Little One dressed herself. Don't mind the mixed patterns (striped leggings)! She's got her own sense of style, which I sometimes don't quite understand. The photo below is of Little One's reaction when I asked her if she could change out of her Bibiray's Knot Dress. She has been wearing it for the past two days.

Bibirays.ca has organic cotton kids' wear for boys and girls.


WIN IT!
Clothing that lasts, is organic, and that grows with your child = great!  Oh, don't just take our word for it.  Bibirays.ca is generously giving one lucky reader of mine a Bibiray's Knot Dress of their own! The winner gets to choose colour and size.

To enter, please fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Make sure you leave a comment in the comments section here, letting me know either A) Why you like Bibiray's or B) Why you like organics. If you are having difficulty viewing the Rafflecopter form, please refresh and it should load.

* Ends December 27, 2011. Open to Canadian residents only.*






Disclosure - To facilitate this review, I was given a Knots Dress in Red by Bibiray's. All the opinions on this blog are honest and my own.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is great! A dress/clothing that grows with your child! -Dana

Valerie said...

I like this. My daughter would look so cute in this and I like that it will last her for 3 sizes!

Michelle Proulx said...

Wow finally clothes that GROW with your child, what a great idea Bibiray! It costs alot of money if you are always having to buy clothing because your little one is continually changeing in sizes, I just love this innovative design, and that fact that it is made using only Organic cotton is an added bonus, as we get enough garbage in and on our food, so why do we have to wear it on our delicate bodies!...2 thumbs up to Bibiray for this line of clothing!! PS we would love to try out the Crossover Ruffles set in green..and size Med (3-5) THanks

gibberish said...

I like Bibiray's because they have 25% off all of their clothing & tax free too. Great for holiday shopping!

RM said...

I try to use organics for as much of my children's things from the food they eat, dishes they eat and drink from, and the clothes they wear.

SJB AKA SUE J-B. said...

Cute dress.

Erin said...

I love the very bright fabrics and fun designs that Bibiray uses.

Anonymous said...

This is so cute and a great idea. Sticker price is a bit alarming, but if you think of it, makes sense if it saves you buying clothes for 3 different sizes/3 years!

Eve

Nancy T said...

I try to purchase organic, BPA, Phthalate & Lead Free for my girls all the time. From clothes to toys to food! There are enough toxins in the air that they are exposed to that they don't need any more. I love that Bibiray is organic!

LJ said...

I like organic because their are less health risks.
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Rebecca said...

Great idea at Bibiray's to have adjustable clothing that will grow with the child.

Tara said...

i like bibiray because of the adjustability of the clothing. it only makes sense, since kids grow so fast!
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