My Favorite Organic Baby Clothing Brands + Big Giveaway

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I’ve been preparing for this post for a while and whew it’s finally here!

As many of you know, my husband and I resolved to try our best to use organic clothing for Alexis for the first 6 months.

The reason for that is, like any other change we’ve made, to prevent Alexis’ exposure to chemicals as much as we can handle it. The number 6 months came from the fact that for the first six months of a baby’s life, her skin is very porous and absorbent, which means anything put on her skin gets right through to her bloodstream ( a percentage of it, anyways). That was also the reason why we attempted to cloth diaper at first (though it didn’t work for us when she was little, but I am hoping to resume within a month or two, unless Elements Naturals’ new 100% natural and compostable diapers turn out to be amazing). The other reason for using a 6 months limit was to give ourselves a sense that it doesn’t have to be that way forever, in case we find it more difficult or more expensive than we expected.

Obviously, everything can’t be changed to organic overnight or even ever. Our clothes all can’t be organic and she spends a significant amount of time in our arms, swings and seats and beds can’t all be organic. That’s something we expected and don’t fret about. Though I gotta tell you, if I had all the time in the world, I’d start an all organic baby line, including strollers, swings, mats, seats and rockers. I know I’d buy that.

Initially, I thought it would cost an arm and a leg to buy organic clothing for her, but shopping sales and using Zulily is turning out to be no more expensive than conventional stuff I would buy. In the last 4 months I have learned a lot about organic baby clothing, and I am happy to say that  while we won’t stay exclusively organic after 6 months, I will most likely continue shopping at my favorite organic stores and brands as much as possible.

I already posted about some of my favorite organic brands, but I have a different perspective on them now, since Alexis has had a chance to try them all. So here’s the update you’ve asked for and a big giveaway that you can enter to win a lot of baby clothing {details of each brand’s giveaway item are in the descriptions}


Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *child* * accessories

Bambino Land has plenty of organic baby clothes, but I think their true strength is in their muslin swaddles. I wrote about Bambino Land’s swaddles before, but if you’re new to this blog and you’re still swaddling your baby, you need to check these out. Unlike most muslin swaddles out there,  these organic ones truly give you a tight swaddle. As a little newborn, Alexis could wiggle out of her A&A swaddle in a matter of seconds, so pretty quickly we learned that if we use our pretty Hawaiian swaddle, she’ll wake up still swaddled. It’s stretchy but taut.
The gown, hat and receiving blanket combo was used by us when she was first born and thus holds a very special place in my heart.

GIVEAWAY ITEM: 2 pack organic muslin swaddle Open to US and Canada.



Polarn O. Pyret

Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *child* *adult* *accessories*

This was my recent discovery and it got bookmarked immediately. Polarn O. Pyret isn’t an exclusively organic clothing brand, but they do have a very cute Eco Line that I was able to pick some items off of. They also offer really cute maternity & nursing clothing and matching dad style. I have to say, just like some other brands above, they stand out in terms of style. I would even have to go so far as to say that the styles definitely beat most conventional brands. You know how you look at a brand and you know they have IT. That’s how I felt about PO.P. There’s something about the patterns that makes them different from any other brand. And you are guaranteed that your baby will NEVER wear an ordinary outfit, or the same outfit as another baby. Go see for yourself. My favorite item is this little playsuit. It has a ZIPPER! Who was this brilliant person who finally put a zipper on a baby’s overall? I mean we’ve been struggling to snap those clips on all her footies and here… Ziiiiip! Done! I am in love with the pattern here: navy,white, fuscia,orange and blue- Who would have thunk it? 🙂 It looks striking! Again, I am so going to shop there more. This playsuit is currently on sale, so if you love it, you better get it.

The white onesie is a part of the  ruffle collection with adorable ruffle butt tights that I couldn’t get since they were out of our size. So instead we wear it with equaly matching colorful heart capri from Jefferies Socks.

Deals: End of season Sale and Mama Liquidation sale (up to 70% off)

GIVEAWAY ITEM: 2 Polarn O Pyret baby/child/toddler items,  US only


Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *child*

I initially got introduced to Nosilla Organics through Zulily where I buy most of my organic baby clothes. I purchased quite a few items from their winter collection. Unfortunately, by the time the items arrived from Zulily, our short Florida “winter” turned into a ridiculously hot spring, and I didn’t get much use out of their cute clothing, except for warm footies. That’s when Allison told me about their new spring line and sent me this romper. I LOVE the spring line. One little silly fear of going organic that I had was that I’d be saddled with dressing my baby in drab looking clothes, but companies like this just have proven me so wrong. I want all of their stripped styles and their adorable new prints! One thing my husband noted was that the footies that we got from the winter collection are really “solid and warm”. It’s simple cotton but it’s so thick that it makes it a perfect sleeper without any need for a blanket. SO if you keep your house cold at night, this is probably the thickest cotton sleeper you’ll ever find. It’s always been his favorite. The spring line, though, is light and free and beautiful and happy!

Deals: Some cute styles heavily discounted,  including this playsuit I really want!

GIVEAWAY ITEM: 1 or 2 items not exceeding $50, Open Internationally


Types of clothes: *baby*  *maternity* *nursing*

Boob, ah, Boob! You know how much I love Boob (I feel funny saying that). It’s one of those companies that I can easily say I want every single piece of. Up until now, I’ve been talking about Boob in terms of maternity and nursing wear, but really they have a very cute, alas small, organic baby line. From the Mama and Baby sets that you see below to onesies and baby terry sets,  they do have clothing worth taking a look at. Two things that make their onesies stand out from the rest of the clothes Alexis has. They are meant to grow with the baby.  The one size onesie lasted her from birth to 4 months (at 18 lbs and 26.5 in of length). There’s enough stretch in each piece that even with Alexis who hates getting dressed, I am able to slip these over her head without too much fuss. They have a great fit since they snap back to their original shape once on the body. And another feature that took me a few months to even notice (yeah I know I can be oblivious sometimes) is the double crotch clips, designed to extend the life of the onesie as you baby gets longer. Amazing! Everyone should do this, seeing how babies grow so fast. Oh wait, but then they wouldn’t sell as much clothes 🙂 Duh!

Deals: Outlet discounts up to 50% off baby stuff and more

GIVEAWAY ITEM: Green terry set open Internationally


Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *accessories*

Another favorite of mine! Honestly, I’ve been very surprised to have discovered so many cute and unconventional looking styles in organic clothes. Finn and Emma cuts the line between “earthy looking” and “cute as hell”. I can freely say that this footie was our favorite item for the first month of Alexis’ life until she grew out of it. Doesn’t she look adorable in it? So little and newborn-y looking 🙂 It’s also very very thick, so it makes  a great sleeper or a winter footie. I loved the feel of the fabric- it was the thickest but softest outfit for that first month. Finn and Emma goes out of their way to add nice decorative touches to their clothes, which is one of the reasons I love them so much. That flower on her foot  is what makes the footie so special for me and the reason why I picked this particular style. It takes ALL my willpower not to spend all my money on Finn and Emma. They are expensive, no doubt about it, but well worth it, so I am waiting until Alexis gets a bit bigger and doesn’t grow out of her clothes so fast and then I am stocking up. And in the meantime, F&E, pretty please do a Zulily sale!

DEALS: 15% OFF for readers with the discount code: PreBaby15

GIVEAWAY ITEM: 1 coverall. Open Internationally


Eva Spin Dress:

Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *child*

Ah… I smile when I think of their name. Maybe because their clothes are so happy, maybe because no other clothing item has gotten SO much love and feedback and notice as this owl onesie from strangers and friends alike.

This onesie surprised me with continuing to fit Alexis from birth all the way to her 3rd months’ birthday when EVERY SINGLE piece of clothing has long been put away till the next baby. I had to actually go and double check the size and sure enough it said 0-3 months. Alexis hadn’t worn anything 0-3 months since she was 2 months old 🙂 So yeah, it’s stretchy and fits for a long time. I did find the pants to be very tight in the waist and we weren’t really able to wear them at all, since we were cloth diapering. So if you do cloth diaper, I’d be careful with pant sizing – they have a very tight elastic. The new summer line has another owl onesie that is more summery and I’ve been drooling over that one for a bit now. I do love their other styles as well- Eva Spin Dress: is one of the few organic companies that makes it fun to dress your baby in organic.

GIVEAWAY ITEM: a onesie or a tee. Open to US and Canada


Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *child*

Fun fun fun onesies! That’s where you can have your creativity shine! Custom organic onesies, as well as cute pre-made ones. I couldn’t help but sing “Lexi is Bananas! B-A-N-A-N-A-S!”  every time I’d put her in it. It’s very stretchy, so it actually lasted a long time. That’s the one thing where companies differed a lot. Some literally lasted a week, while others she couldn’t grow out of.  The next ones to buy for us are MUGGLE onesieWhen I grow up I want to be a zombie and trouble! I still can’t help it but crack up at the bottom picture: crossed eyes, arrow on her forehead and Live Long and Prosper sign{almost}

Deals: $12 Teeshirts

GIVEAWAY ITEM: any non-custom onesie. Open to US only



Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *accessories*

Funkoos took a simple white onesie and made it fun. Their collection is blue, pink and white organic pieces with beautiful embroidered graphics of whimsical characters. We’ve been wearing a sleepy fairy gown which is fairly large for the size and that’s always a bonus. The fabric is soft and simple- that means no harmful dyes, no chemicals, and being organic, no pesticides. I really love their bath set, but unfortunately it’s out of stock. But I do need to get a little bath robe for Alexis, it’d be so much fun! They have a really cute ducky one. I hate leaving her in a cold wet towel until we get her dressed so the robe will be perfect.

GIVEAWAY ITEM: Carousel or Trucks onesie. Open to US only.




Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *accessories*

This is the company that took the word organic literally and made their clothes look truly earthy and organic. The colors are muted whites, ivories, olives and brown, very earthy and very soft. We got a gown and booties and I think it looks adorable, though now I wish I would have skipped all gowns and just got the cute rompers and onesies instead. I love how the stitching gives it a colorful twist. Also, there are starter kits which I think is a brilliant idea. All you need for a newborn depending on the season it’s going to be born. In organic. Brilliant!
The fabric is soft and simple. They use color grown fabric in most cases and if dyes are used, they’re low impact dyes. And the clothes arrive in the most adorable “green” packaging. This is the company that truly takes the word ORGANIC to heart!

GIVEAWAY ITEM: Essential B Gift (2 super soft onesies). Open to continental US only.


Bungalow Bebe

Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *child* *accessories*

Every time I look at Bungalow Bebe styles, they make me think of Japan. Is it only me or they have this undeniable Far East feel to them?

We got a good wear out of these items and loved it. I appreciated a generous amount of snaps on the dress, because Alexis is so difficult to dress without fussiness, that any wide opening gets a 5 star from me (ok that sounded wrong). Again, the organic fabric is soft and it held up great in the wash, not fading or wearing off at all.

If you have a boy, they have an adorable Monster Hoodie that I almost want tot get for Alexis. I can totally picture a boy or a girl going to karate lessons in that hoodie and red is such a flattering color. For girls I can’t get enough of Alejandra Sash Shirt, the ultimate in girly elegance and I am all about that. {Isn’t it funny how I can love a karate style hoodie and a girly top at the same time? I was the exact same way as a little girl: a tomboy and a girly girl}

Deals: 10% OFF first order, 30% off the Eva dress ( in the picture below)


Another “all you need is here” type of store. Bpa free products, organic toys, organic blankets, suncare, teethers, loveys, bath products. I just discovered a sun hat with UPF 50+ that I HAVE to have in Florida sun. We got to use the Swaddle Design’s organic towel and organic lovey. The lovey has been incredibly useful in the first few months. It is small enough that you do not have to worry about it obstructing airways and Alexis has always been able to grab onto it. She’d have it in the swing, in the stroller, in a carrier. At first she’d just place her hands by the sides of it, but soon she was grabbing it and bringing it to her mouth. When we had that teething episode, we got the lovey wet and froze it a bit, then let her chew on it to relieve her gums. Whenever I go out with our Nordic carrier, I make sure to place this lovey over the top of it, so that Alexis was chewing and sucking on the organic lovey rather than non-organic carrier (she sucks on EVERYTHING nowadays). The towel is great and absorbent too. If there was one thing that I could have in organic (not including things she puts in her mouth), it would be a towel, since a baby’s skin absorbs more when it’s wet.

DEALS: Sale up to 40%

Swaddle Designs

Types of clothes: *baby* *accessories*

While not an exclusively organic company, Swaddle Designs does have a decent organic collection. In the pictures below, Lexi is wearing one of my favorite ZzzipMe Sacks. I have to say, it’s the best most flattering fitting sack I’ve ever seen. As soon as you put your baby in it, they become a baby-model looking all prim and proper and dapper {or again is it just me?}. We’ve used the sack quite often, because she grew out of swaddling early on and yet I was always worried about  her being too cold. We’d use a footie and this sack or during the day when the sun warms up our bedroom, just a diaper and the sack. First of all, it’s SOFT! It has always amazed me how 100% cotton can mean so many things in terms of the feel of the fabric. Here there’s a bit of “fuzziness” to it. Just a warm soft sack that makes me wish Swaddle Designs would release one in adult size {hint hint} As you can see my chubster is plenty comfy in it and I just want to hug the bejesus out of her when I see her chubby arms sticking out of this pink cuteness.

Deals:  Save 10% with Promo code: Celebrate
GIVEAWAY ITEM: ZzzzipMe Sack. Open to US and Canada


Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *child*

I have a soft spot for anything NYC. Really. As soon as I see a company that is based in the city, I go “Aaahhhh, New York”. I’ve had lots of good memories there. Ok, wait, I’m supposed to talk about clothing. Yeah ok… So Estella NYC (“Ahhhhh New York!!!”) is a designer baby clothing shop taht stocks and sells some of the coolest baby designers out there, as well as their own nice collection of organic cotton, 100% cotton and bamboo outfits.

Now here’s where I am torn. I got sent two bamboo pieces out of their new layette collection and OH-MY-FREAKING-GOD, it is the NICEST FABRIC I’ve have ever had the privilege to touch. I’m not kidding you! Bamboo is just Ah-mazing. So I got obsessed with bamboo, literally obesssed. To have my precious baby dressed in something so light, so soft, so huggable – that’s beyond a dream of mine. Heck, before she was born I was hoping to only clothe her in items that had no tags as to not irritate her in any way. But here was this out-of-this world goodness. I went on buying everything and anything I could in bamboo, it is THAT good. When she’s wearing the romper, it feels like I am holding her naked but better.

That’s where I got smacked in the face… One of my readers brought to my attention how bamboo is made. See, I’ve always thought (and I am sure it’s marketed that way on purpose) that bamboo being so “eco” and so “sustainable” is of course FREE OF CHEMICALS that we’ve been trying to avoid. I was wrong. Most bamboo is made WITH the use of chemicals. If you use conventional clothing (non-organic), then it’s no big deal to you, ignore that whole part above and concentrate on how incredible the fabric feels. But if you are after as chemical free living as we try to be, then just keep in mind that bamboo doesn’t equal organic.  I didn’t stop using them, they are just too soft and feel like skin, but I did make sure to wash any new bamboo clothing several times before use.

I’ve also bought many other bamboo items from different retailers, but none of them compare to this Estella Bamboo layette collection. This is by far the softest, thinest set of clothing I’ve ever seen.

DEALS: up to 70% off Sale Items, plus free shipping over $100


Types of clothes: *baby*

Very few people haven’t heard of Halo SleepSacks. They are almost a household name in the world of wearable blankets. The concept is simple, it’s an armless sack with a zipper to be worn at night. The one we have is made out of simple 100% organic cotton and is very generously sized. Alexis had plenty of room for her legs in it and I really liked how the bottom was very wide and loose so she didn’t feel constricted.  And most importantly she was always warm in it. This particular blanket is on the thicker more solid side of cotton, so it’s perfect for colder nights.  I am also a fan of anything that has a zipper and doesn’t have arms when it comes to baby clothing. Just makes it so much easier to put them into, when it’s late at night and babies are tired and fussy. So needless to say, we’ll be wearing the Halo until we grow out of it. Oh and if you’re a Disney fan, they are some ADORABLE Disney princess styles, as well as very cool boy designs.

DEALS: Clearance on some organic items.

GIVEAWAY ITEM: a standard cotton Halo sack. US and Canada


Types of clothes: *baby* *toddler* *child* *mama* *accessories*

One of the two websites that are online retailers for all things organic and natural. At Best Baby Organics you can find literally ANYTHING, from maternity bands to swim diapers, to organic clothing, to cribs to nursing clothes. I’ve discovered so many useful items from their website. Nursing clothes, nursing bras, baby clothes- they have made it a point to sell only the most interesting and often unusual and unusually useful items. Alexis got to wear their  Lukeeno onesie and a Lukeeno tee. Lukeeno onesie is the one we took to the hospital to dress her into once she was born. It’s a good warm thick onesie that lasted for quite a long time as well. She still fits into the long sleeved tee and wears it occasionally when the house is toocold from the A/C and we need an additional layer.

DEALS: 15% OFF + Free shipping over $35

GIVEAWAY ITEM: a Lukeeno tee and pants set. Open to US and Canada.


Other organic brands that I use and like who unfortunately couldn’t participate in this post and giveaway at this time are: Sage Creek OrganicsBroken TrycicleLittle ShrimpGreen Baby.

Now that you’re done reading about these brands, some of them were generous enough to offer a giveaway item or two for my readers to win. I went back and forth trying to decide whether one person should win them all, or we should have 1 winner per brand with a total of 11 winners. Let me know what you think. But for this one I decided 11 winners would be better. That way more people would get a little treat.

The following are the prizes: 1 Finn&Emma coverall, 2 Polarn O.Pyret items, 2 Nosilla Organics items, 1 Lukeeno Tee & Pant set, 1 Boob terry set, 1 Swaddle Design’s ZzzzipMe Sack, 1 Halo Sleep Sack, 1 Funkoos onesie, 1 Spunky Stork onesie, 2-pack Bambino Land muslin Swaddle, 1 Nohi kids onesie or Tee, 1 Essential B gift from B Nature.

So this giveaway is a bit different from others, but it’s pretty simple. The only 3 mandatory entries are to follow The Art of making a Baby, answer a simple question and to create a Pinterest Board. After these two you’ll have a bunch of other options to enter if you wish. So read below in the RULES section on how to create a Pinterest Board.

and Mandatory Entries: {read carefully}

There are three mandatory entries:

1. Follow this blog

2. Answer why you’d like to win (and brand preference in case you do win)

3. Create a Pinterest Board. Login into your Pinterest account (or create one if you don’t have it) and create a new board named Baby Clothing Brands.

For 10 entries you can simply repin every single pin from the board I already created, called BOBG: Big Organic Baby Giveaway {MANDATORY ENTRY}

To get an additional 25 entries, you can pin your own favorite items from each brand’s website.  Make sure to tag each pin with #BOBG {VOLUNTARY ENTRY}

Here’s the list of brands to visit and pin: Finn&EmmaHaloSwaddle DesignsFunkoosPolarn O.PyretNosillaBoob DesignSpunky StorkBest Baby Organics, Bambino LandNohi KidsSwaddle Designs, B Nature.

And that’s all!

After you’ve done that, you’ll have the option to do all the additional usual entries.

The giveaway is open internationally, however some brands aren’t able to ship internationally, so the prizes will be distributed accordingly.

The winning entry will be verified and the winner disqualified if the action is not found or if the mandatory items are not fullfilled.
Make sure to notate how you’re following the blog in the extra info field (entry #1). The entry won’t count if that information is missing.
See the rafflecopter widget for additional terms and conditions.

UPDATE: You can now log into the Rafflecopter through Facebook or just by using your name/email.

{If you’re not sure how to use to enter, feel free to watch this video tutorial or email me at contact {at} prebabyblog {dot} com
Otherwise, make sure to read everything carefully. Click the DO IT link first, then I’VE DONE IT once the action is completed}


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*Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. The above mentioned companies sent me a sample of their product for review. All opinions are 100% my own.

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  • Reply
    Earthy Nicole
    June 11, 2012 at 10:03 AM

    Aww, I love the owl onesies from Boob and Nohi! I also love the pink Estella-NYC piece. I think I’ve felt bamboo towels before but that’s about it… Glad you pointed out how bamboo doesn’t equal organic. That stuff is so frustrating because think of all the sales companies make on people who accidentally make that mistake when they were trying to avoid chemicals. But, there’s plenty of mistakes to be made, especially as parents, so if that’s the worst problem you’re doing alright. I’ve noticed that in the last few years organic cotton has gotten much cheaper, which is exciting because it will be nice when everyone can buy more organic all the time.

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    June 11, 2012 at 1:04 PM

    I have noticed you have made several mentions about wishing you could have an organic stroller. We bought the Orbit Baby G2 for exactly this reason. It is the only stroller certified as clean and healthy by Oeko-Tex. Just thought you might want the heads up. We LOVE this stroller and our 5 month old son LOVES riding in it. We feel so safe having him in this product.

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    June 11, 2012 at 2:09 PM

    My mom bought my son some Faded Glory brand clothing from Walmart that was Organic. I personally cannot fathom spending $50 on a shirt for my kid just because it’s Organic. I just bought all 3 of my kids 2 outfits each at TCP and spent $37. I’d rather worry more about the food they eat anyway since we live in Georgia and it’s usually warm enough to be in a diaper anyway. I cloth diaper so the cute patterns make me like having a diaper only baby scooting around.

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      June 11, 2012 at 2:41 PM

      $50 is a little steep for a shirt even for organic. I usually find things on sale or on Zulily and pay about 7.99 for an organic onesie.

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        June 11, 2012 at 3:45 PM

        I was clicking on the links in your post and there were $55 shirts and $30 pajamas. It’s just silly to spend that much on a baby who is going to grow out of them quickly. It wasn’t a dig at you, it’s more of a frustration at corporations/government regulations, who think it’s okay to make our clothes with nasty chemicals or expect us to pay an arm and a leg for “healthier” clothing. I was just trying to point out that Walmart, although I am definitely NOT a fan of them, carries Faded Glory brand which offers a small selection of cheap Organic clothing that the average person could probably afford. Not sure how legit it is but…

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          Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
          June 11, 2012 at 6:12 PM

          Oh yeah I know it wasn’t a dig. I wish myself that clothing could be a bit more “clean”, at least not sprayed with nasties. The pesticides in cotton is the thing I get but then let’s spray them with cancer causing chemicals? Great!

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      June 12, 2012 at 10:22 AM

      This is why we got nearly everything for our boy used- with the exception of things that wouldn’t be safe used, like his carseat. Most of his stuff has actually been hand-me-downs, and I bought a few things at consignment sales, etc. Everything is super soft from having been washed a bazillion times, and most of it was free or very cheap. We also cloth diaper, because we figure if chemical exposure is going to be a problem, exposure to his most delicate parts is going to be the biggest problem. Then we’re able to put the money we save on his clothes, disposable diapers, and other baby gear in his college fund. And we’re recycling! Anyhow, if you’re finding it difficult to stomach the prices on organic onesies that your baby will quickly grow out of, this is a good alternative.

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    June 11, 2012 at 10:48 PM

    Great review. I totally agree with you regarding why to cloth in organic fibers, and I totally agree that the prices some companies charge are outlandish. I’ve had similar luck to you in buying things from Zulily and just doing general web searches. One of my absolute favorite companies is Nui Organics. They mainly do merino wool pieces, but they do offer some cotton for Spring/Summer as well. The merino is amazing and I absolutely love the way it washes, wears and keeps my baby (now 4 months) comfortable…he’s never sweaty or cold…perfect. Probably not an ideal fiber for Florida, but thought I’d share with others. 🙂 I also put him in a merino wool sleep sack every night over a onesie, and he sleeps really comfortably and has become completely attached to the thing…even when it’s 80 + degrees!

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    June 12, 2012 at 1:04 AM

    What a great and helpful post, thank you!!
    Little Miss A the model just keeps on getting cuter! Look how long and light her hair is getting!

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    June 12, 2012 at 2:02 AM

    I know there is nothing you can do about this but I just wish that these companies had better boys clothes. The girls clothes are absolutely adorable but I just find the boys clothes to be so blah and drab.

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    June 13, 2012 at 1:58 AM

    Have you tried Baby Soy? I’ve bought a few items for my daughter and they’re just so soft. They’re affordable, too. The collection is not all that big, but it’s worth it anyway.

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      June 13, 2012 at 8:43 AM

      I’ve seen it on amazon but haven’t tried it since I have enough onesies for now. Plus Zulily always comes out with cheap organic pieces so I haven’t needed to buy anything else.

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        June 13, 2012 at 9:47 PM

        They have the entire collection on, too. I love the colors.

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    June 13, 2012 at 4:58 PM

    I fell in love with the black outfit from estella NYC. I love the boobdesign mama and baby sets but it’s not in my price range. The spunky stork yellow banana is really fun. I have a “robe” funkoos for my son that is really practical and I wish I would have an other one. And halo sleepsack have been a life/sleep saver!

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    June 13, 2012 at 10:55 PM

    I’m surprised I haven’t heard you mention Hanna Andersson. They offer many organic baby clothes, cute styles, excellent quality. Most of their basics are organic, but if not organic they are Oeko-Tex Standard 100. All of the sleepers are organic and have a zipper like the PO.P.

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    June 19, 2012 at 2:01 AM

    If you are using all organic you should know all the FOE headbands and flowers you are using on your baby are from China. There is no way these are organic.

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    June 24, 2012 at 8:15 PM

    Can find a really nice collection of organic baby clothes at http://www.ecobabychicorganics. Finn & Emma are one of my favorites. Love their colors for a nice change.

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    August 6, 2012 at 7:31 PM

    I am a new reader but have already read many of your posts because I find the product/book suggestions so helpful. I appreciated the tips in this post too but do need a little help if you have the time. I have been trying to research the benefits of organic clothing for children but am not finding many quality resources that discuss this topic in any depth. Would you mind providing a few sources or links to the information/research you used to help you make your decision? Thanks in advance!

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      August 6, 2012 at 8:38 PM

      There isn’t much in depth info on organic clothing on the Internet. My biggest reason for going organic in the first few months was because of how sensitive and “absorbent” a baby’s skin is, much more than adult’s. I do know a few books mention organic clothing: superbaby, healthy child healthy world. I’m sure there are more I can’t think of right now

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        August 7, 2012 at 10:53 AM

        Thanks! I’ll add those to my reading list 🙂

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    October 2, 2012 at 12:24 AM

    I’d have to ask my friends if they want to tag along with me when I buy organic tot wear. I just thought they might want to check out the aforementioned brands.

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    Erin at IOGoods
    February 11, 2013 at 9:38 PM

    there seems to be quite a selection of organic baby clothes out there! I’ve even found cute organic items at Costco. Etsy is another good source for cute and unique organic baby and children’s clothes, and even if they are a little pricey you can feel good that you’re supporting small designers and companies.

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    Vanessa Sjuvasta
    October 19, 2013 at 2:07 PM

    Thank you so much for this informative article.The Halo SleepSacks and WearableBlankets are awesome and the one you created is really nice. My best friend actually bought the 100 % organic cotton wearable blanket herself after reading this article. In fact, it’s really not that expensive if one thinks about the fact that this is real organic clothing which does not contain any synthetic fabrics or harmful chemicals. When I have children, I will buy these, as well. Please keep up the good work!

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    Anita Scott
    November 20, 2013 at 5:49 AM

    Keep up the good work! I am just about to have my first baby and already we are receiving gifts of baby clothes which are just too cute. I will have to drop hints about getting organic items.

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    Raegan Coleman
    January 3, 2014 at 2:53 AM

    These are some of the cutest baby clothes i have seen. I agree, there is no reason that baby clothes have to be boring just because they are made from organic cotton.

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    Little Peeps Clothing
    March 5, 2014 at 8:38 PM

    Oh, those babies are just adorable. The clothes they are wearing are just as nice but i must admit im more distracted by the facials those babies are making.

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    Bean and Me
    March 17, 2014 at 6:27 PM

    The designs by Boob baby and The Spunky Stork are beautiful. The colours and the prints are amazing.

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    April 20, 2015 at 10:37 PM

    I cant even deal with the cuteness of these Clothes!!!

    Check out my website for some other cute clothes

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    May 29, 2015 at 4:46 AM

    Hi, I love polarn o pyret for my little boy and the organic clothing they do. But can you recommend any brands that do good gender neutral organic cotton clothing? As my friend is pregnant and does not know what she’s having, and I wanted to get her some cute little outfits that works for both boys and girls. Any advise would be greatly appreciated 🙂 thanks.

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    June 15, 2015 at 1:52 AM

    I would love to win Nosilla Organics since my baby is a bit too old for a onsie!

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    Suzie Levett
    June 30, 2015 at 8:06 AM

    Good post Alison really appreciate,Thanx for Sharing. Find more about baby clothes at Snug-a-Licious visit at least once. 🙂

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    September 22, 2015 at 5:05 AM

    I love Boob baby collections .Thanks for sharing these best Baby Clothes. i wish to add these collection in my store.

    Baby Clothes Canada

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    Green Grom Clothing & Design
    February 16, 2016 at 3:54 PM

    These are all great and so cute!! You can also find organic baby onesies and kids organic t-shirts on our site at

    Thanks for sharing these great brands! love & light

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    NIOVI Organics
    October 25, 2016 at 8:38 PM

    What a fantastic collection. The clothing is just adorable and babies are so cute. This list would be wonderful for a mumma to be to start her shopping.

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