When I was pregnant with my daughter, I had an overwhelming sense of responsibility to bring her into the world in the most natural way possible and to stay that way as long as we could. I came to a quick realisation that there was a lack of ethically-made, organic clothing companies that practised what they preached. I wasn’t a fan of purchasing organic baby clothing items to find that when they arrived, they were wrapped in plastic and mass produced – it just didn’t make sense to me.
Our promise is to only ever source organic fabrics in their natural form using natural colours and non-toxic processes.
You can rest assured knowing that our clothing is not made in a factory. We have touch points in every part of the process from start to finish.
We know that by doing what we are doing, we are supporting families in the process. We only create our pieces in limited batches which means we keep a small team of staff, ensuring we pay higher than average wages to our seamstresses. We have made some beautiful connections with beautiful people along the way – we know who made your clothes!
Our clothing is kind to babies skin, the earth and designed beautifully.