Zippy Suits were first created to reduce the time and stress of baby changing. These amazing all-in-one suits have zips which go from one leg, all the way up to the neck, so no more struggling to fasten poppers and matching them up wrong at nappy changes.
From there, a range of bibs, muslins and swaddles were created to complement the suits. With their own designs, and even coming together with the likes of In The Night Garden, My First JCB and Cloud Babies, to create baby items that capture the essence of their brands whilst featuring the design innovations that Zippy Baby is famous for.
Understanding the importance of quality baby products, all of the items they make are designed in soft 100% pure cotton and woven to a very high specification. Zippy Suit have won industry awards and have received amazing feedback from renowned bloggers, such as Hayley from Sparkles and Stretchmarks who wrote about them.
They have a beautiful collaboration with the CBeebies’ popular series, In The Night Garden which comprises of bandana bibs that look like a beautiful clothing accessory but keep babies drier for longer, muslin cloths that give an everyday essential a ‘Pop’ of colour and innovative zipped all in ones that reduce the time and stress of every change.
Each item comes in a variety of stunning prints that reflect the enchantment of the programme and its characters. And so, how would you like to win one of these beautiful Zippy Suits in a cute In The Night Garden design and in the size of your choice? Well all you have to do fill in the Rafflecopter app below.
Ends midnight 12th May
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Please remember to check our full T&C's here. This giveaway is open to the UK only and any entries left that do not follow the required entries will be disqualified. After any mandatory entries, others will open up to give you extra entries. You do not have to enter by all methods but these will give you extra entries into the competition if you do.
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