Bijou Wear - Plaidass "Charlie" Ring Sling

Bijou Wear

You were thinking you might like a summer-weight double weave? All-cotton so you can wash out ice cream and baby spitup alike? Something that reminds you of the bold styles that you sought out before you were covered in spitup? We thought you might be waiting for something as rad as Plaidass Charlie.

The hand-painted brushstrokes create a simple yet bold take on an "exploded plaid" design. Yes, yes it is a badass plaid. 

Despite all efforts to portray the near-cobalt color true to life in this fabric, the blue reads differently to different people, on different screens, and in different light. Be assured it is beautiful on this white warp!

Ring Slings feature silver rings and a floating gathered shoulder, suitable for wearing on either right or left side.

 

Rings Slings offer a breathable front or hip carry for little ones from newborn age through toddler hood. They adjust quickly from one babywearer to another, and are a must in any collection!

Wrap converted ring slings, made from the same USA-made Jacquard woven fabric in Bijou Wear's wraps, provide the very best in support and strength in the field of slings. 

Bijou proudly uses SlingRings and sews a floating gathered shoulder, which provides shoulder cush and superior spreadability without the bulk of padding for any babywearer.

Ring slings are measured from the gathered edge on the rings along the short rail. 

They are measured postwash in inches as follows:  Small  =  70 inches  //  Medium =  75 inches  //  Large  =  80 inches  //  Extra Large  =  85 inches  //  Extra Extra Large  =  90 inches /// Extra Extra Extra Large = 95 inches.

The rule of thumb is to buy your t-shirt size, though if you are large busted or have a large ribcage or carry a large toddler, you might choose to size up. However, larger people can wear smaller ring slings and vice versa. The only difference will be the amount of "tail" hanging down from the rings. Remember, they are only five inches different from each other, so don't be wary of getting a shorter or longer size than you might think! You can measure a loop from one shoulder to opposite hip and back with a soft tape to see how long your adjusting tail will be with each of the sizes. 





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