As far as weird internet trends go, the tortilla blanket has taken off in a big way – only now you can also buy it for your kids.
The strangest way to keep yourself all wrapped up at home, this food-inspired trend combines everybody’s favourite food on the go with the comfort of a warm blanket.
Created by American Katherine Harlan Owens, a self-proclaimed “foodie,” in early 2012, she embarked on a new career path to devleop a cheeky children’s apparel line devoted to inspiring every parent.
Enter: clothing that makes your baby look good enough to eat.
Most parents have probably at one point or another thought just how irresistible their kids are – now they can dress the part with this fiesta-worthy rendition of swaddling clothes.
The soft layers of stretchy cotton-polyester blend “tortilla” envelop your cutie keeping them cuddled, secure, and looking deliciously adorable.
Don’t worry though if you’re worried about too much heat, the breathable fabric blend ensures that the little one will stay at a comfortable mild temperature even through summer’s most scorching days.
A matching hat provides the perfect topping, while you can also buy matching Taco booties featuring a bright orange design if you so desire!
The Tortilla Baby Blanket is available now via Uncommon Goods for £36.54.