CityShade: The New Must-Have Stroller Accessory For High-End Strollers

Blankets and sweaters are what most parents use to drape across their stroller during blustery days to protect their babies from the hot sun, wind, dust and germs. The CityShade is a new must-have stroller accessory that provides protection from those elements in a stylish manner. The CityShade was invented by a mom who was frustrated with the lack of shades and protectors for her $900 Bugaboo and decided to design a chic cover for higher end strollers.

The CityShade can be closed tightly in windy weather or partially opened for visibility. In an array of colors that complement all high-end stroller brands, the CityShade puts an end to the need for clumsy parasols and plastic shields, by easily attaching to the stroller hood with Velcro. It folds up into the size of a CD for easy storage.

Gossip Girl star Kelly Rutherford is just one of the celebrity fans of the CityShade. She said, “The CityShade is a must-have for new moms. It protects your baby from too much sun or wind and also blocks out a lot of the city noise… especially at naptime!! The CityShade is a chic new accessory for my Bugaboo bassinet.”

Colors and sizes match a variety of strollers including: Bugaboo® Cameleon/Frog, UPPAbaby® Vista**, Stokke Explory, iCandy and more.

Price: $69-$79 directly through CityMum

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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2 Responses to "CityShade: The New Must-Have Stroller Accessory For High-End Strollers"

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  1. Grace

    November 11, 2010 at 12:02 am

    Very good idea. Stylish as well. Does it only work with “high end” strollers?

  2. ChildMode

    November 14, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    As far as I am aware, yes. Which stroller do you have?

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