Is your little one in need of some new clothes for the new season? Why not take a look at some planet-positive options with our pick of the best.
Morse Code Dungarees – RRP £39
Cub & Pudding is home to unisex clothing, produced in small runs in high quality cotton made to last and last. The clothing is also season-less too – to layer up and down as the seasons change and avoid the pressure to ‘buy new’ as the fashion calendar dictates, promoting a more sustainable way of clothes-buying. Made with 100% cotton and digitally printed to OEKO-TEX certification, we just can’t get enough of these cute and unique turquoise dungarees, available in sizes 0-6 months to 6-7 years, that feature a Morse code print. Now we just need them in grown-up sizes!
Grey Marl Sweater & Jogger Set – RRP £35
Isaac Anthony is home to soft, organic and luxury childrenswear. Available in sizes 3-6 months to 3-4 years, this simple and modern 2-piece set is made from 100% organic cotton American Grey Marl fleece (and how bloomin’ comfy does it look?!). Great for lazy days, the set can be personalised with your child’s name or initials for an extra £5 and features an adjustable waistband, shoulder buttons for easy changing and ribbed cuffs.
Woodland Pack-Away Rain Jacket – RRP £29
JoJo Maman Bébé’s pack-away range of rainwear is made from 100% recycled polyester and is ideal now the autumn season is here as it’s not only lightweight but easy to pack away so you can keep it with you at all times and never get caught out. Available in sizes 12-18 months to 5-6 years, this soft and lovely jacket promises to keep your little one nice and cosy when the heavens open as its breathable, waterproof and windproof!
Can’t Ski Yet T-Shirt – RRP £22
Although little adventurers can’t participate in any outdoors sports just yet, Lazy Baby will have them looking the part in no time! Sustainably sourced and screen printed in Devon, the 100% ethically traded, organic brushed cotton long sleeved t-shirts, available in sizes 0-6 months to 12-24 months, are soft against baby’s skin and perfect for layering during the colder weather. Featuring an envelope neck for easy dressing and a screen-printed witty slogan, the fun t-shirts are sure to become a favourite in little one’s autumn winter wardrobe.
Graceful Changes – £30 per month – catering from newborn to 3 years
Let us introduce you to Graceful Changes – a baby and toddler clothing rental company taking steps to tackle fast fashion. Established to help reduce waste and save parents time and money, the service offers tiered subscriptions, which see a delivery of all the clothes and wearable bits and bobs you need for your little one. Graceful Changes members will receive everything they need to keep their little one clothed, with essentials including vests and cardigans, leggings and onesies, offered up next to special occasion outfits and seasonal wear. When you are done with the pieces, you just send them back! You can expect to receive clothes from major organic British clothing brands like Little Green Radicals, Toby Tiger and Frugi, to name a few. All of the cotton in the clothes is GOTS certified organic, which is way better for your little one and the environment, and where synthetic materials are used (in some outerwear) these items are made from recycled materials.
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