Twin & Chic
If you’re looking for beautifully made clothes with a classic feel, Twin & Chic is for you. Think Royals on a picnic and you’ll have the measure of their adorable party dresses and boy’s separates. Founded by mother of twins Erika Gómez Villoslada who wanted to find sustainably made clothing for her babies that weren’t harmful to their skin or to nature, the collection puts the environment and the future of our planet first.
These gorgeous baby and toddler base layer sets are made from the softest, 100% sustainable merino wool. Adhering to slow fashion manufacturing principles, the brand ensures every step in their supply chain matters from local production in the Lake District to biodegradable plastic packaging.
This Eco-Friendly baby wear is created with a passion for quality, sustainability and beautiful design at it’s heart. Piupia founder, former graphic designer and 3D artist Claudia Carvalho’s uses locally sourced and recycled materials.
H&M launched their Conscious collection that runs through their entire kids range in 2012 and are well on their way to meeting their goal of only using 100% sustainably sourced cotton in their children’s collection by 2020. The Kids Conscious collection which is added to every season means you can shop ethically and responsibly on the high street.
The Bright Co.
We’re very fussy about our PJ’s and having thoroughly The Bright Co (they come in adult sizes as well) we can confirm that these ones are not only gorgeous to look at but they feel super soft and wash really, really well too. Throw in their passion for ethical production and the fact that they only use GOTS certified organic cotton jersey fabric and never any harmful dyes or chemical treatments and you’ll be able to sleep easy on every level.
Kingdom of Origin
This British born label keeps the word origin at its heart and produces all it’s clothes and sources all of it’s fabrics and trims in the UK keeping its carbon footprint to a minimum. Championing the slow-fashion industry, this label’s stunning girl’s clothes are as beautiful as they are considered.
Organic clothing company Toby Tiger has been taking the environmental impact of the clothing industry seriously since they launched in 1998. We love their mix of bright separates with cute graphic motifs that are perfect for playing in and we’re very smitten with their super bright and cheery lifestyle collection too.
The Bonnie Mob
Sustainability is essential to the The Bonnie Mob’s ethos and all their organic cotton is GOTS certified. Founder Tracey says, “As parents, we want to create a bright future for our children and this is at the heart of every decision we make as a company.” And their clothes are absolutely gorgeous too!
Based in Cornwall, family run business Frugi are committed to creating sustainable, ethically produced clothing using organic cotton and recycled plastic bottles for their outerwear – it takes 36 recycled plastic drinking bottles to make just one of their winter jackets! Workers are all fairly treated and their factories are all regularly checked to make sure they meet Frugi’s high standards. A huge amount of thought goes on behind this super bright and beautiful brand.
If you’re looking for eco friendly clothes for babies that make your heart turn to goo, head to Organic Zoo! These clothes are as adorable as they are ethical! This brand only sells 100% organic cotton clothes that are produced entirely in Europe with a resolute commitment to quality, fair trade and the environment.