San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 30, 2009
Superstylish celebrity mom Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted out and about in New York this weekend with husband Matthew Broderick and their six-month-old twin girls, Marion and Tabitha. The girls looked adorable in matching fuzzy pink onesies, and they were both wearing the cold-weather baby accessory of the season, the LibraKnits Re sa Cap.
In fact, fashion forward moms all over the country are choosing LibraKnits hats to keep their babies cozy and stylish. This unique company is offering only the most luxurious, posh hats on the market, in a variety of styles. The hats are knit by hand out of only the best materials found around the world, from silk, bamboo, and angora to the softest organic cotton available. Each hat is handmade for the special baby whose mom is at the peak of the fashion trends. They are offered in an array of flattering colors to make each baby look his or her best.
Created by inspirational work-at-home mom Amanda Sawyer, the quality and comfort of her products is guaranteed. Moms want the very best for their babies, and Sawyer has met the challenge to give it to them since January 2008. Her vogue infant hats are flourishing among new moms who refuse to sacrifice style just because they have children. "Our goal has always been to create the most stylish baby products we can," says Sawyer. "When someone as fashion-forward as Sarah Jessica Parker is willing to dress her babies in our hats, we know that we've succeeded."
About Amanda Sawyer
After learning she might not be able to have children, Mrs. Sawyer shifted her focus from attaining corporate success with her newly-earned law license, to working with doctors in overcoming her fertility issues. She spent a lot of time in doctor's offices and waiting rooms, and began knitting baby hats for her friends while she waited. The hats she knit were a huge hit, and as requests began pouring in for more, she realized the opportunity for an exciting business lay before her. Armed with the support of her family and her education, she forged a blazing path into the infant couture market, with overwhelming success. She continues to expand her business with new lines of LibraKnits hats, and has branched into other knit accessories, such as mittens. As the company has expanded, so has her family; Sawyer now has a daughter, and is expecting twin girls this spring.
Amanda Sawyer can be contacted via email at info (at) libraknits (dot) com