Zippy Bandana Bibs – Why we love them!

by thenibecamemum

I have to admit, when Little One came along, I had never heard of Zippy Bibs. At 2 weeks old, we received a belated gift from a work friend and one of the gifts was a pack of Zippy bandana bibs. From that moment, I was hooked!

For me, the key feature is just how absorbent these bandana bibs are. With Little One being a mighty dribbler, we need a bib that is going to soak up his drool and stop him from getting sore. Many of the other bibs we own just don’t offer this.

Zippy bandana bib

The bib has a soft fleece underlining, which is kind on Little One’s sensitive skin. As well as this, the bandana style ensures that all areas of his neck is covered for optimum coverage.

When fastening the bib, there are two nickel poppers on each side. This allows you to adjust the size accordingly meaning they are a suitable fit from newborn to toddlers, and you don’t have to worry about them outgrowing them too soon!

One of my pet hates is when I dress Little One in a gorgeous outfit and then stick a bib over the top of it. Unfortunately, this is a necessity as his clothes will be drenched through within minutes. But, what I love about Zippy bibs is that there are so many designs available – bright, neutral, various patterns – that I am able to match the bibs to his outfits. This means the stylish bibs compliment the outfit, rather than swamp it.

Another positive is that despite the bright colours of some of the bibs, they wash extremely well and keep their shape. The instructions recommend that you machine wash at 30 degrees and tumble dry on a cool heat. I have to admit, I didn’t follow these instructions and my bibs are still in fantastic condition. Even the very first bibs we received are still looking good, showing just how quality these bibs are. Although I do recommend that you follow the given instructions!

Zippy bibs

Where to buy Zippy bandana bibs

You can purchase the bibs either as a single bib or a pack through Amazon or their website. It’s worth noting that the website offers a larger variety of design options. It is also very easy to navigate to find what you want.

Go check them out!

*I received one of the products free for an honest review. As usual, all opinions are my own.



Nat Halfpenny 26th January 2017 - 12:26 pm

These are super cute! My girls used to wear bandanna bibs all the time but my little boy has never needed them, I actually think they look lovely and can compliment their outfits.

thenibecamemum 28th January 2017 - 8:03 am

I agree. I much prefer bandana style than normal bibs for this reason 🙂

Lindsey 26th January 2017 - 2:36 pm

Love the designs of these plus that they have adjustable poppers, not a fan of the velcro ones as when they got caught in the wash they pull on other items.


thenibecamemum 28th January 2017 - 8:04 am

Ahhh, one of my pet hates. I often find my washing tangled when a velcro bib has attached itself to the other clothes!

Living Life Our Way 26th January 2017 - 3:05 pm

These are so cute and such a clever design! They look really trendy too lol! Love them 🙂 Katie x

Amy | All Things Amy 26th January 2017 - 3:09 pm

These are so cute, love the starfish one.

Emma 26th January 2017 - 5:10 pm

I’ve not really heard of these before. Benjamin has been teething since 2 months and he’s dribbling loads now so may have to invest! x

thenibecamemum 28th January 2017 - 8:07 am

I definitely recommend them. They do a super absorbent bib too which I haven’t tried out as these ones have always been effective for us.

Jenna Richards 26th January 2017 - 8:42 pm

Aw, I had never heard of these bibs until reading your post. I LOVE the designs – so quirky.

Margaret GALLAGHER 5th February 2017 - 9:46 pm

My neice loves these
Great quality even after lots of washes


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