Janiqueel has a look at children’s clothes with a delightfully different design and derivation.

Bambo Lessons:

Bend but don’t break. Be flexible yet firmly rooted.

Remember: What looks weak is strong.

Be always ready.

Unleash your power to spring back.

Find wisdom in emptiness.

Commit to (continuous) growth.

Express usefulness through simplicity.

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Bamboo is coming into its own in so many ways. Did you know:

Bamboo is used for building roads;

Bamboo is used for medicinal purposes.

Bamboo is used to promote fertility in cows.

Bamboo is used to build houses and schools.

Bamboo is used to make clothes.

Bamboo is used to make accessories.

Bamboo is used to feed people and animals.

Bamboo is used for scaffolding.

Bamboo is used to make furniture.

Bamboo is used to make rugs.

Bamboo is used to make diapers.

Bamboo is used to make toys.

Bamboo is used to make durable utensils.

Bamboo is used to make beer!

Bamboo is used to make musical instruments?

(from matadornetwork.com).

Before honing in on #14, let’s look more closely at # 5, especially clothes for infants, toddlers, and children. Mr C, the Official Child of janiqueel.com is no stranger to the soft, hypoallergenic qualities of the bamboo tees and pants he sports on the soccer pitch, at an afternoon tea on Orchard Road, or in the social world whirl of his milieu.

Yesterday, I put him into his favorite blue and white tee with a pocket. He likes that pocket for the style, I think. He never seems to have much in it, but he’ll soon be looking for a spot to park his shades, phone, mints, or a soggy cracker. I like it because it’s a snap to wash and keep clean and because I feel good knowing that the fabric, like many of Simply Life’s creations, is “naturally anti-fungal, hypoallergenic and antibacterial. It is also more breathable, thermoregulating, wicks water away from the body up to four times faster than cotton, and does not stick to the skin. Products made with bamboo are ultrasoft, luxuriously cool to the touch and very comfortable.” 

I’ll vouch for that “ultrasoft, luxuriously cool” part. It is the perfect fabric for our Garden City climate. After a morning at soccer practice – YES, soccer practice for toddlers! – Mr C has worked up a tiny sweat. What a relief to change into a light moisture-wicking tee while sipping a refreshing juice while Mom enjoys a white wine – Cab Sav, please.

Gee, I wish they made clothing for adults. STOP – THEY DO! Tees for men and women, nightdresses, towels – all with the comfort and eco-friendliness of bamboo. As of this writing, many of the adult products are offered on sale at a significant reduction.

Simply Life divides their products into Baby, Toddler, Kids, and Adults. Mr C is not ready for the adult category yet, I’m happy to say, but will soon walk, not toddle, into the “kids” zone. There I will help him build an outfit fit for fashion. On top, An Aeroplane Tee because his globe-trotting lifestyle will have begun by then. The Stripes Shorts will complement the ensemble perfectly. I’ll add a white singlet in case a bit of layering is called for in cooler climes or in air conditioning. Of course, matching briefs are a must. A multi-colored five -pack of boys briefs are just the ticket. He’ll have the “Planes” motif, of course.

Bamboo and beyond!

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