Made from pure organic cotton, and fully certified by GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard). The certification ensures that this garment is completely organic from seed to the final garment and meets the highest standards of environmental and social responsibility.
Grown and processed in India, crops are free from genetically modified seeds and promote clean air, water, and soil. The entire supply chain follows GOTS standards, and no harmful chemicals or heavy metals are used. Our employees are paid fairly and work in a safe environment free from discrimination, with no child labour permitted. Read more here.
Organic cotton is soft, breathable, and easy care, making it the perfect fabric for babies. Our garments are made without any harmful chemicals, leaving nothing on baby's skin except pure goodness.
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free shipping on all orders over $150
Excludes shipping oversized and heavy items
return online purchases within 30 days
Excludes sale items
pure & organic
We search high and low for fabrics that meet baby's changing needs. Softness, breathability, warmth and durability are key to our philosophy. From our luxurious organic cotton and merino base fibres we then weave into a wide range of fabrics perfect for all situations.
with care from seed…
Our organic cotton is grown by a family who saw the damage that conventional cotton farming methods were causing their land and community, so chose to return to traditional methods of organic farming.
Before our range was produced we visited India and observed all stages of production, we still do this today, from the small villages that grow the cotton, through to the production that makes our clothes.
We saw first-hand that conventional farms weren't empowered to become self sustaining. In contrast, this organic village was flourishing and had become self sufficient in food, energy and education.