Divinae Follie

119,00189,00

Bright and fresh turquoise together with warm ocean green. Our most beloved color combination,this time on a carbon black loom. This combination is awesomely crazy! Eye catching delicious green petrol tone that melts in a cloudy soft sensation thanks to our high quality bio cotton.

  • 100% organic cotton (GOTS certified)
  • 270 gr/m2
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Description

Petrol green baby wrap Divinae Follie is woven with fresh ocean green and bright turquoise against carbon black warp. Fascinating and intense petrol green shines beautifully and makes the heart pattern stand out. This amazing woven wrap gives sturdy support also for bigger babies but it’s easy to wrap babies of all ages.

Inkanto organic cotton wraps are functional, easygoing basic wraps with beautiful design. Cotton baby wraps are easy care since they don’t ask any particular attention.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Machine wash at 40 degrees, low spin. Do not use bleach or fabric softener. Do not tumble dry. Iron at cotton temperature.

Bebering is the producer of high quality woven baby wraps Inkanto. Our small family business is located on the Adriatic coast in Southern Italy. Our aim is to produce ethically high quality baby wraps, paying special attention to the quality raw materials and their production process.

We use only natural and organic yarns of highest quality: soft and pure organic cotton of highest standard for organic production (GOTS), beautiful and ecological European linen and the softest Italian merino wool. No artificial or synthetic materials are used.

Petrol green baby wrap Divinae Follie, as all our wraps are made to order, which means we sew your wrap at the moment of the order. This helps us to control in the best way the use of our woven fabric, avoiding at the maximum the waste. Every detail is carefully controlled and you will get a unique piece made just for you.

Additional information

Size

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Ring Sling

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