Bògò Print Joggers
About the Print:
Our Bògò collection was inspired by bògòlanfini (meaning "mud cloth" in the Bambara language), a handmade Malian cotton fabric traditionally dyed with fermented mud. Bògòlanfini holds and important place in traditional Malian culture - it is worn by hunters as camouflage, protection and as a badge of status. Women are wrapped in the fabric after they enter adulthood and right after giving birth. Patterns in bògòlanfini fabrics have various cultural meanings, depicting mythological concepts, proverbs and historical events. We’ve named this design “Bògò” which means “earth" or "mud" in Bambara.
About the Style:
Great all year round, our joggers will be a favorite in your baby’s closet! They’re made from organic cotton so they’re comfortable, soft and safe for your baby’s skin. The stretchy fabric gives babies room for exploring while the pockets give toddlers a place to keep small treasures.
- Super soft 100% organic cotton
- Stretchy fabric that gives room for a snug or looser fit
- Machine washable for easy care
Colors may vary slightly from how they appear on a computer/smartphone screen.
Due to the nature of fabrics and print processes, this print may or may not be the exact same shade, hue, or tone of a previous release of this same print.
To maintain the quality, color and feel of your clothing we recommend the following wash instructions:
- Machine wash cold, inside out with like colors
- Use normal or mild detergent
- Tumble dry on low heat
- Do not iron on print; do not bleach
*Organic Cotton may shrink with washing, because it is not chemically treated.
We aim to fulfill orders within 2-3 business days (except for made-to-order items as indicated in product descriptions). Should there be any delay, we will reach out to you via email.
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Return and Exchange Details
For more detailed information on our return policy, please visit https://adeandayo.com/policies/refund-policy.
We want our products to bring you joy and are here to help if you are unsatisfied. If you choose to return an item you've purchased, we accept products in their original packaging (including tags) within 20 days of their arrival date.
To initiate your return or exchange, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your order number in the subject line. Please do not send your purchase back to the address on your packaging. Also, please note that the customer is responsible for the cost of return shipping.
To exchange a product, please return your original item for a full refund (minus shipping) and purchase the new one separately.
Well I saw the shark tank episode, loved your story and how affordable the organic clothes are. Unfortunately I am a complete idiot and didn’t realize what the pattern meant or what cultural appropriation actually was. Because of that my child won’t be wearing the outfit I purchased but I will be passing it along to someone else to use. The outfit is amazing and made really well and the correct sizing I expected and it’s so soft also. I still fully support the company and products and have told others of color about them.
Perhaps it is the busy and colorful pattern of the clothing by Ade+Ayo clothes. I find the children at this age are in plain colored shorts and pants and similar colored T-Shirts. Nothing ever that bright. I am disappointed as well at the reception of my choices.
I bought the set for an afro-bohemian themed brunch and it was a hit. I love that it is cotton. The pants ran smaller in size (3T), so size up, but still cute!
Very cute and high quality!
Hi! I'm Temidayo, the mom behind Ade + Ayo. I created Ade + Ayo when I was pregnant with my son and I couldn't find children's products that would introduce him to African cultures while fitting into his everyday life. I wanted to change that so that my son, and all of our kids, can grow up with pride and respect for what Africa has to offer.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Ade + Ayo black-owned?
Yes, Ade + Ayo is owned by a Nigerian mom - so we’re proudly black- and woman-owned!
Is it cultural appropriation for my child to use Ade + Ayo products if we’re not African or of African descent?
Great question! I created Ade + Ayo to make beautiful African design more accessible to children. I hope to spark curiosity, love and respect for the people and cultures that inspire our products. From my perspective, it’s not cultural appropriation. When you receive your Ade + Ayo pieces, it’s important that your family interacts with these items from a place of celebration and respect for the cultures and people from whom they originate. You can read more about this on our main FAQ page!
Are orders gift-ready?
Yes - we do not include pricing on our packing slip, which makes gifting easy! Each order is wrapped in our custom tissue paper and you may also include a note with your order at checkout.
Where do you ship?
We ship worldwide!