Monday, August 12, 2013

Two Tara Review!

When we first found out we were expecting our 4th baby last September, we planned to not find out what we were having at first. Of course that all went out the window when we got our ultrasound done around 20 weeks gestation, and were too excited to NOT peek and find out if we were having a prince or princess! 

Even if you plan on finding out what you are having, it's always so difficult to buy clothing in the early weeks or months, especially when you see something too cute to resist!

I came across Two Tara in a magazine article, and looked them up online. I thought the concept of reversible (pink AND blue!) infant garments and accessories was SO cool and creative!

From their website:

"Twotara, Inc. was born out of the frustration of buying uninspired gender neutral gifts. With 40% of expectant parents not learning the sex of the baby until birth--the Twotara clothing line has your baby covered! This premier product line is redefining the newborn, gender neutral market with garments that are pink on one side, blue on the other.
Twotara, headquartered in Chicago, has launched an innovative line of garments and accessories by offering expectant moms an alternative to green and yellow. We have designed whimsical, yet sophisticated outfits that are gender specific…and right every time!"

For my review, I received the 0-3 month footed polka dot sleeper and a pair of matching booties.

I LOVE the polka dot design, it's SO cute!

The first thing I noticed about this sleeper (besides how CUTE the design was!), was how nice and thick the material is. It definitely felt like very high quality, which is important in choosing baby clothing and items. 

The coolest thing about Two Tara's items, if you haven't noticed, is that they are reversible, so they work for either a boy or a girl!

The back of the sleeper had the most adorable tiny pockets. SO fashionable and CUTE CUTE CUTE! ;)

When Kendall was first born, this sleeper was a tad too big for her, but within a few weeks, she was finally able to wear it and of course was ADORABLE in it!

While this sleeper is thick and durable, it's not so thick that it's too hot on warmer nights, which is good so Kendall stays comfortable while sleeping. It's also SO soft to touch!

Fashionable, cozy, durable, soft, and reversible...what more could you ask for from baby's clothing, right?! 


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