Category: wrap reviews

Vaquero Wovens Gatsby Review

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I love Art Deco – I have an Art Deco dining room, and I used to collect Louis Icart prints. So I was thrilled to see Vaquero Wovens taking inspiration from the movement for its latest wrap design, aptly named…

Herringbone Splendor Review

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Forget unicorn hair. In the wrap world, tencel’s the new fiber on the block. A sub-category of rayon, with the technical name lyocell, tencel is made of organic fiber (usually wood chips, in this case, eucalyptus) passed through a long…

Hip Baby Review

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Rainbows are in. Hip Baby Wraps are no exception to the rainbow trend, so when owner Jeannie asked what colorway I wanted her to send, you know what I asked for. It’s not your typical Lisa Frank bright wrap; Rainbow’s…

Ultimate Guide to Budget Wraps

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You don’t need balrog fluff to make a perfect wrap. There’s plenty out there for less than $125 brand-new – and preferably even less than that. It used to be you bought a Storch Leo and STFU. But now, you’ve…

Little Frog Jade Review

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I like wraps. But budget wraps are my thang, mostly because: Wraps should be affordable for all. Wrapping should be accessible for all – sticker-shock is real. All wraps need not be made of unicorn fluff and balrog tears. So…

Daiesu Jigsaw Review

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At first, I wasn’t too sure about Daiesu Sling’s jigsaw pattern. I mean, it’s okay for autism awareness. But was I going to look like The Enigma wearing it? So I girded my loins and asked for black and white,…