The Best Wools for Babies

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third child, and you can be certain that their tiniest edition to the family will be swaddled in bespoke luxury. Every mother and father wants what’s best for their children; from the very best education to the food on their plates, but we also want to give them the softest, most comfortable start in life.

From delicate cotton to soft cashmeres, the quality of clothing, blankets and bedding should not be compromised on when our children are tiny, and nothing comes close to wool. As an all-natural material, its as pure as as it can be and the most trusted material to have close to our babies delicate skin. Wool is breathable and anti-allergenic, and it helps to regulate body temperature, which is something very young babies can’t do.

Wool is beautiful. All my babies slept on a sheepskin in their moses baskets and even if this is all you invest in for your most precious new person, we think it’s an essential one.
Lana Bambini are passionate about wool, and aside from their sheepskin shorn, there are three essential classic and non-fussy pieces that every newborn deserves.

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Organic Wool/Silk Wrap Over Baby Bodd with Built-In Scratch Mitts
£20 >

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Merino Wool Baby Nightgown / Sleepgown
£21 >

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Disana Organic Felted Merino Nappy Cover
£13.50 >


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Fellhof Baby Sheepskin Shorn
£43 >

A classic matinee jacket, like this one from Harrods of London, will become your staple wardrobe essential no matter what season your baby is born into.

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Harrods of London
Cashmere Spot Cardigan
£89.95 >

Every newborn needs a traditional shawl. These are the things that are passed down through generations and used at every christening. If you’re lucky enough, yours might be a hand knitted shawl, but this one from The Wool Company is the next best thing.
It is a thing of beauty draped across a carriage pram, or wrapped about baby as you pass them gently to doting friends and family.


The Wool Company
Traditional Ivory Wool Baby Shawl 100% Merino Wool Baby Shawl
£39 >

Burberry are making parents swoon with their cashmere two-pieces, and John Lewis have a cashmere and lambswool hat and booties set for those gentle walks on colder days.

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Cashmere Two-piece Baby Gift Set
£215 >


John Lewis
Baby Hat and Booties Set in Charcoal
£16 >

And the essential part of parenting just got even more gorgeous – the leather changing bags from KeriKit  are a must-have. Never before has a baby changing bag been diguised as something so luxurious and beautiful and still have every essential pocket needed to carry a packet of raisins alongside your favourite Charlotte Tilbury lipstick.


Joy XL Ice Grey Leather Backpack Changing Bag
£295 >

Your baby can start its journey as if it were a prince or princess with these delightful woollen essentials.

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