KAMPIND – DRIBBLE BIBS INSPIRED BY THE WORLD

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So for this week’s Fashion Friday post I thought I would feature something a little different. Okay, so a dribble bib is not that unusual – especially not if you house a teething toddler, but the story behind these ones from KampInd is.

Caspian modelling the Kilimanjaro bib from Kampind

Caspian modelling the Kilimanjaro bib from KampInd. I paired it here with a grey t-shirt from American Whistle & Flute, trousers from Danish brand Molo featuring sleeping lions and leopards and soft soled shoes from British Dotty Fish. So he’s very much a citizen of the world in this outfit!

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Being a family of mixed cultures I found KampInd’s designs fascinating.  They are created by married couple and parents to a little girl, Jonah and Swetha Batambuze. The pair bring together American, Ugandan, Indian and British heritage and take their inspiration from around the world producing products that represent small Global Citizens. And beside being helpful when it comes to the dribble they are a great way to spice up your baby’s outfit!

The bib has two layers protecting the clothes underneath from being soaked through when your little one is going through a particular tough teething time. Each bib comes in a gift bag with a historic geography note included, too. I didn’t know the first guy to climb Mount Kilimanjaro was German. These bibs would make a great gift for any parents wanting to not only protect their tiny traveler and their clothes, but make sure they look fashionable in the process while teaching them that the world belongs to all of us and we all belong somewhere.

The KampInd bib comes in a great gift bag with a little note

There are some beautiful designs available, though I hope to see some representing the Nordic countries in their next collection. Hint hint, KampInd! Find out more about the company on their website, where you can also shop the collection.

Please note we were sent this bib for the purpose of this feature, though all words and opinions are my own.

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20 thoughts on “KAMPIND – DRIBBLE BIBS INSPIRED BY THE WORLD

    1. I thought they were something different. Would love to hear what you think of the other designs. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

      Nadia – ScandiMummy x

  1. These are soooo cute and I love the design! I also really love the fact that it comes with cool little learning pieces that can be kept for later to teach little ones about. I’m all about keeping/buying stuff for the future! These are adorable and your son looks too cute! #KCACOLS

    1. I don’t want him to grow so fast though! Haha. Yes, I liked that too, I think he thought he looked very cool too 🙂

      Nadia – ScandiMummy x

  2. I’ve actually not really used dribble bibs with my daughter (we got off lightly in that sense with teething!), but we used them a lot with my son and loved them. These designs are great though, so different from what you normally get. x #KCACOLS

    1. Yes, I liked that they were different, too. Your daughter was lucky, I feel so bad when they are in pain and dribble a lot. Thanks for stopping by.

      Nadia – ScandiMummy x

  3. ah we are heading into the uncontrollable drooling stage – so think we will have to check these out! Lovely pics as always and Caspian looks very trendy x #kcacols

    1. Thanks lovely. I think these are great for fashion and to embrace culture. They are not super thick, so for a lot of drooling I would probably recommend the plastic backed ones 🙂

      Nadia – ScandiMummy x

  4. These look fab! I love this style of bib and the special touch with these. I really didn’t know he was German.
    Thanks for sharing on #kcacols and hope you can link up again next week! #KCACOLS

  5. How lovely! I really much prefer the triangular shaped bibs, they are just so much more stylish aren’t they? And what a lovely ethos behind the brand! I will definitely go and have a look. Thanks so much for sharing on #fortheloveofBLOG x

    1. Yes, I think so – otherwise it just looks like they are eating. Let us know what you think of their collection. Thanks for coming over!

      Nadia – ScandiMummy x

  6. They look so stylish! The model definitely helps! I’ll have a look at their website later #KCACOLS

  7. He looks very cool! Great bib and I like the idea behind them! Will have a good browse on the website later! #fortheloveofBLOG

  8. Nadia,
    Thanks for your review! You’ve definitely accurately captured the ethos of what Kampind is all about. When we struggled finding baby accessories for our first born that reflected our cultures we decided to create our own. Your statement “the world belongs to all of us and we all belong somewhere,” says it all. You’ll have to bring some Nordic designs to our attention for our next collection.
    Take care x

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