Ethical Children’s Clothing Brands You’re Sure To Love
Buying ethical children’s clothing can be difficult.
Children grow so fast and, with the prevalence of fast fashion and poor labor conditions, it can be hard to find clothing you feel good about buying — but don’t worry! We’ve got you covered.
What follows are five brands that produce ethical and sustainable children’s clothing in fun patterns and colors that you and your little ones are sure to love!
Raspberry Republic is a Polish brand that offers gender-neutral clothing in fun, bright prints that are sure to capture the heart. The brand uses GOTS-Certified Organic Cotton and manufactures its clothes ethically in Poland.
There also happen to be adult sizes available in almost every print, which can make for an adorable matching set for you and your child.
Ethical children’s clothing brand Earthlings is perfect for the minimalist parent.
Available in rich, solid colours of organic cotton, these simply designed singlets and long sleeves are perfect for babies’ sensitive skin, and your conscience.
According to Earthlings, all of its items are made with fair labor practices in India.
Based in Sydney, Australia, Little Emperor offers kids clothes in soothing, calm colors and fun designs.
GOTS-certified organic, the cotton in these garments is guaranteed to be grown without pesticides and in fair conditions. The clothes themselves are manufactured in a factory that is certified by Sedex, meaning Little Emperor garments are assembled ethically as well.
As if that weren’t enough to get you excited, the brand’s 2019 collection, Sea Dreamer, features whales, penguins, and hot air balloons — which is clearly adorable.
one of the more wild looking collections on this list, Pure Baby clothing is also made from certified organic cotton in ethical conditions.
This brand carries premie, newborn, infant and toddler sizes, as well as home goods and sleepwear.
A portion of its proceeds go to supporting charities and organizations that improve the lives of women and families, such as St. Kildare Mums and Global Sisters.
Winter Water Factory
Made in Brooklyn, New York, Winter Water Factory clothing packs a mean color punch.
Its picture-book-inspired patterns are available in infant, kid, and adult sizes, as well as in bedding and as dolls. You can also buy the fabric by the yard — so the possibilities are basically endless.
The company prides itself on knowing the workers who made the garments personally, as the factory they’re produced at is located just a few blocks from its base of operations in Brooklyn.
What are your favourite ethical children’s clothing brands? Let us know in the comments below!
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