QCOS Kids Babysoy Kimono One-piece Review & Giveaway

QCOS Kids has been created by parents who believe that kids can be both, comfortable and stylish. Their goal is to provide quality product that will be enjoyed by both, children and parents.

They have spent a lot of time searching for fun and quality products for our children. And while internet opens up lots of doors – overseas brands, easy price comparison and product reviews, the amount of information and products available can get overwhelming at times.

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Babysoy Kimono One-piece

Contrast trim highlights the beauty of this wrap-style kimono one-piece. Snaps run from collar to ankle and at the crotch for quick diaper changes. Soyfiber provides a luxury of coziness during the cooler days with its superior warmth retention characteristics. Its natural moisture transmission quality also helps keep babies warm and dry.

Material: 50% soybean fiber, 50% cotton

What the momma thinks…

First I want to mention that I really enjoy shopping qcoskids.com. Everything is separated into categories that are easy to navigate and understand. I can find children’s boutique clothing for my 20 month old up to my 7-year-old daughter without having to go through the hassle of using back keys or starting over (all the thinks I have experienced on sites before that make unpleasant experiences). They offer a wide variety of brands. For the ones that I am familiar with, I know that they are quality made and most are green friendly. You will also find that QCOS Kids is competitively priced which is a big plus in today’s economy.

The Babysoy Kimono One-piece has become one of our favorite one piece outfits in Elliot’s closet. Even after washing it has remained almost completely like new. I have not noticed any face or shrinking. In fact I applaud Babysoy for the length on this piece. Unlike many that we own, this falls right past the ankles. Making it perfect length, no tripping over something too long or watching it ride-up from being too short (which is a common problem).

There is a full front button allowing for easy on and off. I notice more and more as my little guy ages into a growing toddler, he fights me on getting dress. Having something that will open completely, allowing me to swoop him up like in towel mode is great. You will also find the full button in between the legs which is great for changing diapers without removing the clothing.

This piece is quite soft both on the inside and out. I was amazed at how the soybean fiber and cotton mix created such a strong yet cuddly soft fabric. I believe that my little guy will get months of use from the Babysoy Kimono One-piece baby clothes and then months more from someone in need after he has outgrown it.

BUY IT: Purchase the Babysoy Kimono One-piece from http://www.qcoskids.com for $25, available in Chocolate/Tea (as seen here) and Chocolate/Petal.

Deal Alert: Save up to 30% off your entire purchase! See here, http://info.qcoskids.com/ for more details. Valid till 1/5/12.

WIN IT

QCOS Kids is sending one Mom to Bed by 8 reader a $50 gift certificate to use at qcoskids.com!

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Disclosure: I received a sample(s) for the purpose of review. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” Please view our disclosure policy if you have any questions. Mom to Bed by 8 is not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes.

About the author
Mrs. Hatland is a 30-something married, mom of 7 and the face behind the popular online publication, Motherhood Defined. Known as the Iowa Mom blogger by her local peers and “The Fairy Blogmother” worldwide. She has professional experience in working closely with clients on brand ambassadorships, client outreach services, content creation and creative social media advertising exposure.

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