We love that bandana bibs look more like an accessory than a traditional baby bib. They’re an easy addition to any outfit, protecting it from drool, food, spit-up, and more. These bibs stand up against the drooliest babies and sloppiest eaters. When the bandana bib gets dirty or wet remove it or swap it out for a fresh one.
We do bibs the right way—with elevated style and protection. Our hand-drawn designs offer a fashionable look that contributes to any adorable outfit. Made to protect your little one’s clothing, you can pick up our bandana bibs in a single or two-pack.
Our bandana bibs grow with your little one, providing parents with long-term use. Our bibs have two snap buttons for the best fit, saving parents from needing to upgrade to a bigger size. When your little one grows too big for the small setting, use the outer snap for a comfortable fit. The length of our bandana bibs is just right—long enough to catch drool and food, but not so long that they find their way into your child’s bowl or plate.
We know our bibs are super cute, but they’re also a skin-friendly and pillow-soft material for your little one’s comfort. Made of our buttery bamboo blend, the fabric is soft and absorbent, so it soaks up drool and spills efficiently. Best of all, unlike some chic baby outfits, our bamboo bandana bibs are easy to wash and dry.
We source premium fabrics that are friendly and clean for your cherished little ones. Visit our materials page for more information about the fabrics we use.
You don’t have to wait until your baby starts eating solid foods to use a bandana bib. Some babies drool a lot from infancy and parents use bibs to soak up the excess drool rather than change wet outfits throughout the day (they’re getting changed enough as it is!). You’re sure to find many opportunities to use these bibs throughout the day.
Our bibs come with adjustable sizing so you get one that fits your little love just right. Bibs should fit snugly, but not tightly. The right fit helps prevent your little one from ripping the bib off or from leaving a gap that food or liquid can fall through.
Babies and children should always be supervised when wearing a bib. When they don’t require the bib, it should be removed.
There are some great benefits to using a bandana bib, including:
Need? No. Will they make a parent’s life easier? Absolutely. Parents need all the help they can get. Bibs are easier to wash and change rather than outfits on a wiggly child. With the amount of mess little ones make through the day, a bib can make cleanup a whole lot simpler.