Julia Cho
Jul 18, 2007

A bib made of soybean fiber? That's what first brought us to the Babysoy website. Well, according to their website, Henry Ford was actually photographed wearing the first "soy suit and tie" back in the 1940's. Who knew?

The soybean fiber is "sustainable clothing" because it is basically recycling leftovers from soybean oil/tofu/milk. But not only is it eco-friendly, it's also soft, warm, and stays dry- lending it the name, vegetable cashmere. Cute.

This is the Soy Bib that first pointed us to Babysoy. It's from their signature soft collection, is reversible, soft, and just $5.25. It comes in a variety of colors- we're partial to the chocolate.

Their soy baby blankets are double layered and duo colored. You won't find any white in their color palette because they retain the natural wheat-butter hue in the production process.

Babysoy also carries some cute products from Kaloo and ZidZid kids. This "Midnight Caravan" wall hanging from ZidZid Kids is great for decoration, but also has four pockets for strorage.

Ok, the only thing cuter than a Kaloo bear- a bear holding another baby bear. If you've ever hugged a Kaloo soft toy, you know just how soft they are- so huggable!

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