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July 7, 2011

MarahBelle

As a mom to three boys, I know how difficult it is to find handmade clothing and accessories for little boys. There aren't too many options either, but I am excited when I find something fun for my guys.

Enter Brittany with MarahBelle. Brittany is a mom to 3 beautiful girls, ages 5, 3 and 2, and sews primarily girl clothing and accessories. However, she has ventured into the world of boy accessories as well! Brittany said that she was always told to "find something I love to do and then find a way to make money doing it." Since sewing was always relaxing for her, and she had three daughters she was making clothing for, she decided this was her chance!

While browsing her site, I noticed she doesn't just make children's clothing, she also has a gorgeous nursing tank that she makes!

I had the pleasure of reviewing her Adjustable Boy's Bow Tie. We are not really a 'dress up' family, so my poor kiddo didn't even know WHAT I was putting on him. Our conversation about the tie, how to wear it, when and where, was pretty comical.

Here is the adjustable tie on its own. The fabric of the tie is a super soft cotton. (And, as one who loves earth tones, the print of this tie is fantastic!)
The tie is adjustable via a strip of button hole elastic (similar to what you see in some cloth diapers).
It attaches around the neck with a gorgeous button (not sure of the exact material, I think plastic, but it has a wooden look to it).
The tie can also move along this center band so you can get a perfect, centered look!
When the tie is stretched out, it looks like this.
And the money shot on my little dude:
He thought he was a little stud with this tie! Personally, I see my baby working at a fancy restaurant in about 15 years! Too much!

The adjustable tie typically fits from about 2 years to 10 years old. And you can even get a matching dress for your daughter!

Disclaimer: I received one adjustable tie for review in conjunction with WAHM Month. All opinions are my own and you may have a different experience.

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