Review of ‘Bandandy’ Bandana Bibs from UK Company Jackomettii Spaghettii

Jackomettii Spaghettii Bandandy Bandana Bib

I was sent a couple of  ‘Bandandy’ Bandana bibs to review from the company Jackometti Spaghetti . The designs I received were ‘Summer Red’ and ‘Pumpkin Seeds’. Both of these are fun polka dot prints and so very much my favourite kind of designs.

The bibs cost cost £10.00 each which includes free UK delivery. They are made from 100% cotton and backed with an unbleached calico. The Bandandy bibs fasten with non-nickel snaps and the neck size adjusts between 2 sizes. My daughter is 2 and a bit yrs old and I have found it is a tight squeeze for her to wear these bibs on the 2nd size setting. This has meant I haven’t really had much of a chance for her to wear them as they are a bit too small for her. I think it ‘s a shame the bibs are too small for her as I’d have loved for her to have been seen out and about in these cheerful retro print bibs.
I have washed the bibs to see if the colours run and I have found the colours have stayed vibrant which is good. The Bandyandy bibs are available in lots of different girl, boy and unisex designs and there is something to suit everyone’s tastes. 
I do feel that £10 is much more than I would personally pay for a small bandana bib. I would possibly pay it if the bibs were double the size and would protect more of my daughter’s clothes but as they only cover a small triangular part of her clothes I don’t think I’d pay that kind of money for them.   You might like to consider these as dribble bibs for that teething stage of your child’s life when they can never be without a bib as they just dribble all over their clothes. These bibs would have been very useful back when my daughter was at that stage.
Jackomettii Spaghettii Bandandy Bandana Bib
The website says that these Bandandy bibs could also be used as sunhats as your child could wear them to keep their hair off their face. I have found that there is no chance my daughter could wear this as a sunhat as the bib is just way too small for that. Maybe if your child has a small head you would be able to get away with using the bib as a sunhat but, if I’m honest, I would be quite surprised.
Jackomettii Spaghettii make their bibs in the UK, in Hastings to be precise and the company was started by Mumpreneur Tracy McLauchlan.

Overall I think it is great that these are a UK produced baby product and I love that they are available in so many funky designs. It is always handy to have lots of bibs as they get used day in and day out when you have a child but I do feel that £10 is a bit too expensive for just one bib.

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