Who says diapers need a cover? When the weather turns warm, one of the first things mamas tend to do is shed their lil one's pants. But who wants to see a tot running around in a plain old, cartoon character-designed nappy? The designer diaper trend is still going strong and the latest entries to the category will have mamas hoping the warm weather is here to stay! Check them out!
Pampers and Huggies went head to head, or bum to bum, in 2009 with the launches of their limited-edition nappies. In Spring, Huggies debuted its denim-inspired designs with dungarees screened onto the undergarments. And the brand's ridiculously funny video promoting the product went viral. During the Summer, Pampers by Cynthia Rowley were unveiled. Eleven prints, including stripes, madras, and ruffles, were inspired by the famed fashion designer and sold at Target stores. Both limited-edition diapers caused quite a stir in mom circles, but which was your favorite?
First came denim, then came Cynthia Rowley, and now we have monogrammed disposable diapers! Taking their cue from classic diaper covers, Baby Chix's initial diapers ($1.50 each), add some personalization to one of the most viewed parts of a new baby. Given the number of nappy changes a newborn goes through on a given day, the diapers could be a sight for sore eyes. Available in both pink and blue for every letter of the alphabet, the diapers are only offered for the smallest babies out there, making them a great hospital gift for the mama who's seen everything!
Every mom loves to show off pictures of her lil one! rgruber is no different! She shared a photo of her tot trying out the new Cynthia Rowley designer diapers in our Sugarbaby group.
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Nobody puts baby in a corner! In fact, Pampers by Cynthia Rowley will have tots wobbling down the catwalk! The diaper giant and famed fashion designer, who has dabbled in children's clothing with her Hooray by Cynthia Rowley line, is now taking nappies up a notch. The duo announced a partnership to take diapers beyond form and function and make them (dare we say) fashionable. In the press release, Rowley, a mother of two, said:
As a mom, I wanted other moms and dads to have more options in every part of their lives — even diapers. It's the first piece of clothing your baby will ever wear, and it should be special.
The collection will include 11 designs for boys and girls including pastel madras, stripes, and printed ruffles. Moms who can't wait to get their hands on (and their kiddos' heinies in) the diapers can buy them in mid-July at Target.
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Bye, bye, Big Bird! Disposable diapers aren't relying on cuddly characters anymore. America's dueling diaper brands, Pampers and Huggies, are going head to head, or maybe bum to bum with their designer nappies. In Spring, Huggies debuted its denim-inspired designs with dungarees screened onto the undergarments. Yesterday, Pampers by Cynthia Rowley were unveiled. Eleven prints, including stripes, madras, and ruffles, were inspired by the famed fashion designer. Which style do you prefer?