Quack Quack Moo Clothing Review
I love children’s clothes & discovering new brands, especially those that are super practical AND stylish.
Recently I was contacted by the lovely Leanne, mum of 3 & owner of two fabulous baby & toddler brands – Quack Quack Moo & Dribble Bubbs. The idea behind these businesses was to create clothing & accessories that not only looked great, but could withstand daily abuse & really be put through their paces.
Finding there was nothing suitable for her family’s needs on the market, Dribble Bubbs was Leanne’s first business, created in 2005. It has won multiple awards for its innovative designs. Since then, Leanne has started a second clothing business – Quack Quack Moo. The ethos behind the brand is all about putting the fun into practical baby clothing and accessories. We have been lucky enough to have been sent a range of their items to try out!
Quack Quack Moo
Quack Quack Moo, Leanne’s second multi-award winning business, was established in 2008. Following the same values as Dribble Bubbs, it creates & sells children’s items that are practical, soft, durable & manufactured to the highest quality using only the finest materials. The fabrics & eco-friendly manufacturing processes have been certified by Oekitex as organic & fair trade. They are also approved by The Soil Association for the farmers that grow the organic cotton & bamboo used with the manufacturer being GOTS certified.
Quack Quack Moo offers clothing from newborn to 4 years & all items have the cutest animal prints on them! The animal characters really stand out against the white background of the rompers & t-shirts. With fun & bright designs, this range of baby clothing not only makes life a bit easier, but look great too.
Sophie was in luck when she was sent two super soft t-shirts with a peacock & sheep on them.
Not only that, but we were also sent a range of items for baby Charlie! I was really impressed when I received the items as they had all been lovingly placed in cotton bags with cotton ties & wrapped in tissue paper.
The clothes themselves were really stylish & you could feel the quality of the material used.
The bandana style dribble bibs we received are made from 100% organic cotton & are super soft on baby’s skin. The bibs are machine washable & easy iron. Furthermore, the double popper fastenings are totally nickel-free.
We also received a set of these gorgeous baby rompers. Comfortable & cute, these suits are ideal for meeting baby’s needs. All rompers are made from 100% organic cotton & the poppers are nickel-free. The envelope neck makes dressing & undressing simple with the long sleeves and legs keeping little ones warm & snuggly.
In addition, all suits are machine washable, suitable for tumble drying & easy iron.
Sadly I haven’t been able to test out the baby items as yet as Charlie is still so tiny, even the 0-3 month items are too big (I will update when he has grown!).
However, as far as Sophie’s t-shirts go, she put them through their paces! She was comfy in them & they didn’t restrict her movement in any way. The material didn’t cause any skin irritation & she loved the fun designs.
After spilling a bottle of milk down her front whilst wearing the sheep t-shirt, I was very pleased that all items are machine washable! After regular use & washing, the items haven’t lost their colour or shape & they haven’t shrunk!
We absolutely love our items from Quack Quack Moo & I cannot wait for baby boy to put his items through their paces. I will certainly be recommending the t-shirts to anyone looking for baby or toddler clothing! Prices start from £7.
Quack Quack Moo are offering one lucky reader £50 to spend on their gorgeous collection.
**We were sent these items for the purpose of a Quack Quack Moo Clothing Review, however all thoughts & opinions are our own.