Baby Opticals by Mustachifier™

I recently received an email about the expansion of the Mustachifier brand. Even though I have twin girls, I was already pretty familiar with the Mustachifier brand because:

  1. I love mustaches, so they were on my radar.
  2. I’ve already dressed my daughters up with mustaches before I had a chance to get any Mustachifiers.
  3. I received Mustachifiers as gifts for the girls from my cousin and her husband!

I was really excited to learn that the brand expansion included Baby Opticals. It’s never too early to start building your kids’ accessories collection – and that includes sweet sunglasses. My girls already have a few pairs of sunglasses, but after browsing the Baby Opticals collection, I saw at least four more pairs that I would love to get for them!


The Baby Opticals line features 100% UVA and UVB protection, as well as polarized, shatter-resistant frames in an assortment of colors: Black, Blue, Pink, White, and Yellow. The Baby Opticals line likewise offers chic Black and White glasses for the burgeoning hipster baby, also providing the 100% UVA and UVB protection. They’re great for kids ages 0-4 years and are $14.99.

The folks over at Mustachifier sent me a pair of Baby Opticals in Black to try out. I put them on the girls and snapped a few photos:

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My girls are 9 months old, so they are still at an age where they prefer to put accessories directly into their mouths. Every single pair of sunglasses they own ends up in their mouths within five minutes of wearing them, and Baby Opticals were no exception! Something that I really liked about the Baby Opticals was that they include a band to go around the back of your child’s head, which is great for when your baby inevitably pulls the sunglasses off of their face. No more lost sunglasses!

Overall, the Baby Opticals sunglasses were great and totally cute, obviously. My girls actually do a better job of wearing them for long periods of time when they’re out in the sun and not just sitting in the rocking chair for a quick photo session. I’m sure I’ll share some more photos in the future when I buy some of the other adorable styles of Baby Opticals.

Want your own pair of Baby Opticals? Check out to purchase Baby Opticals, Mustachifier Pacifiers, and their new Bandana Bibs!

I received a pair of Baby Opticals in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions regarding the product are my own.


  1. OMG how cute are your girls? These are hilarious. Which other glasses did you plan on getting?

    • haha thanks! I really want to see what they would look like with some of the clear lens glasses. I’d probably also get the hot pink ones. :)

  2. OMG! How cute are those? And your girls, too, of course! My little boy NEEDS these for summer, although is sisters will probably steal them… lol

  3. Your daughters are SO cute wearing the glasses! I actually just saw those Mustachifiers at Buy Buy Baby and thought they were adorable! Too bad my kids are past the pacifier stage. Totally will have to keep those in mind for baby gifts in the future 😉

    • Definitely! I actually just gifted a Mustachifier to a friend who is having a baby boy. Can’t wait to see THOSE pictures :)

  4. Those sunglasses are beyond adorable. The mustachifier is pretty hilarious!!

  5. My son is a year old and I try almost every day to get him to wear sunglasses when we walk to get big sister from school and he always takes them off, chews on them and drops them out the side of the buggy! I’ve found hats are the way to go for now, but I’ll keep trying and maybe when he can tolerate them some Baby Opticals will be in our future!

    • Haha…if only they knew just how cute they looked with sunglasses on! They would totally keep them on!

  6. My oldest diva (2 yr 8 months) is a sunglass fiend! These are ADORBZ and well priced too. Talk about baby trend setters! :) I’m still working on getting Gia (the youngest) comfortable with shades but for now, it’s part of Isabella’s “Brand”. ha ha. :)

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