Scarlet Ribbon was thrilled to win Bronze in for Best Children’s Knitwear Collection in this year’s Junior Design Awards!
WHAT: A young British brand specialising in gorgeous knitted daywear for babies made from extra fine merino wool in a palette of soft colours that can be mixed and matched.
WHY: Our judges loved this company's dedication to creating heirloom pieces that pass the test of time. The quality of the pieces was commented on by many of our judges who were also impressed by the price point. Gabrielle Spang, founder of stunning on line store Scandi Mini commented, "Great pricing for merino." while fellow judge Gemma Metcalfe-Beckers founder of The Mutha.Hood said, "Beautifully crafted and I love details like the top zip cover on the daysuits."
WHERE: Scarlet Ribbon Merino
After an unusually warm summer, Britain has finally slipped back into its norm with chilly Autumn days. If your baby was born after April this may be their first experience of cold weather, and so as ever you’ll need to stock a new wardrobe! And if they’re a seasoned winter pro, they’re sure to have grown and need a little revamp. We've put together a few key tips for keeping baby warm, comfortable and stylish during the colder months...
If you choose to breastfeed your baby, finding clothes that are both stylish and practical is not always an easy task, and as a new mum you’ll be limited on how long you can spend shopping and choosing outfits.
But what is the perfect breastfeeding wardrobe, that doesn’t mean a choice of over-sized t-shirts and wrap tops...? At Scarlet Ribbon Merino we are committed to designing clothing for your baby that is ‘Simple. Sustainable and Stylish….’ So why not take the same approach to your own wardrobe! We’ve broken it down with some tips and links to a few of our favourite maternity & nursing brands to keep you looking great, without sacrificing practicality.
So you’re all booked, all packed, and the day has finally arrived! Hopefully thanks to our previous blog you feel well prepared, so now there’s just the travelling to figure out...