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Trend: Fashion Baby Carriers

Britax Baby Carrier - Tan Organic

Traditional carriers have been getting a fashion boost lately. While I’ve always been a girl that prefers the simplicity of basic black, there is absolutely a growing trend in front and hybrid carriers with a little more pizzazz!

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BabyBjorn Original Carrier Retro - Limited Edition

BabyBjorn Original Carrier Retro

The BabyBjorn, which has always been most popular in black primarily for its  super practical versatility, created a limited-edition version of their original carrier. Featuring a cool retro print, this limited-edition BabyBjorn option was runway ready for even the most fashion forward of new parents. The company introduces new fashions every year – stay tuned for what comes next!

Jennifer DeLonge, a designer whose furniture we love, has partnered with Snugli to offer carriers in a variety of fun fabrics (think starbursts or the Union Jack), and Petunia Pickle Bottom has also created a line with several of their cool, signature prints.

If you want to break out of black and grey but aren’t quite ready to make a full-on fashion statement, the Britax Baby Carrier lives happily in the middle: it comes in a beautiful khaki color with contrasting trim in subdued stripes.

Kyoto Sling

Kyoto Sling

Slings have always enjoyed a lot more fashion leeway since they’re more simply constructed from fabric and have less of a “gear” feel. We love the Kyoto Sling, which brings together a variety of prints in a vibrant color palette.

Of course, with carriers and slings, your first priority is to find one you’re comfortable in — but it’s nice to know that the options are expanding!

About Ali

As the founder and CEO of giggle, Ali is a product expert with tons of insight to share with new parents everywhere. Ali is a frequent contributor to parenting blogs and publications. She's also the author of the giggle guide to baby gear, helping new parents navigate the glut of choices out there and find only what they need, when they need it.

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