Have you ever dreamed of a machine-woven handwoven? Which gives you bounce, distributes weight and folds softly on shoulders like handwoven, and at the same its density, obedience, tenacity and ruffled structure is like machine’s? I think that all true fans of baby-wraps sooner or later come to this. So Oscha did.
Blend: 30% organic combed cotton, 13% linen 30% silk, 27% alpaca.
Matrix Waikiki looks like handwoven. When you take it, you instantly know that such a tight and rough wrap could only be produced by the machine. At first he even scares you: it’s hard, scratchy, naughty. After some first wrappings he noticeably softens. After two or three times it becomes soft and fluffy. Prickliness disappears completely. The wrap reveals his hidden talents. He hugs nicely, tightens easily, warms gently and gives a chic bounce, real delight for moms of toddlers. Thick and tight weave with the shift of threads gives Matrix, on the one hand, tenacity, and on the other — good slip and weight distribution when it’s wrapped.
Organic cotton and linen in wrap’s composition lurks here and there with short thread straws. Therefore, I would recommend washing this wrap before wearing on a naked body. However, wrap with alpaca is not intended for the summer heat, when you want to take off all your clothes. Waikiki Matrix is perfect for cool summer days when the light sea or river breeze is blowing, and the sun is hot, breaking through the picturesque clouds. Such cooler days can be decorated with a bright burst of color which gives us Oscha in Matrix Waikiki wrap, and your babywearing definitely goes to the upper level.
This wrap is suitable for babies 8 + (17+ lbs) kilos and it becomes simply irreplaceable for running and jumping toddlers. Especially if you love to tame such a beautiful stubborns like the Matrix. Which first burns you with arrogance, and then reveals its secret tenderness. Watching this wrap transformation — a real pleasure for the real wrappy-addicts.
Text, photos and video: Nina Arkhipova.
Model: Oxana Alkhimovich.
Translated by Olga Starobinsky.
Video Editing: Julia Nurmagambetova.