Good for your kids and good for the earth.
Dress up your little one into the youngest fashion icon without hurting the environment.
From T-shirts to trousers and now even kids’ facemasks, ethical brand The Extra Smile has it all! It takes exceptional care with its manufacturing process, such as using as little water as possible and only working with growers who don’t use pesticides.
Inspired by sunny days and island breezes, Kalila Organics’s super-soft kidswear features playful designs made in India with Global Organic Textile Standard(GOTS)-certified 100-percentorganic cotton
This independent childrenswear label has an extensive collection of organic clothes with fun original prints for infants and kids of up to 6 years. Check out its new-ins for pretty floral dresses and shirts made for girls and boys!
Founded by sisters Beth and Sarah Medley, this award-winning ethical baby and kidswear label doesn’t compromise on style or personality. They are also made with care to leave as light a footprint on the environment as possible.
Little Islanders combines traditional craftsmanship with thoughtful design to produce contemporary slow fashion for little ones. Every piece is ethically sewn in Hong Kong on artisanal hand-loomed fabrics from the Philippines
This UK-based online store makes organic cotton clothes for babies, kids and mothers with factories in India, Turkey, Portugal and China. We love their reversible outfits (perfect for accidental and unexpected spills!) and check out the nifty adjustable button up straps and waistbands on the clothes so that your kids can continue to wear them as they grow.
Blending colourful African fabrics with modern designs, OliveAnkara offers handmade clothes for your wigglies under its OA Kids arm. The slow fashion and zero-waste brand designs are so chic you might be tempted to find a matching outfit for yourself
Le Conte Bear combines style and comfort to bring you cute clothes, bibs, toys and more. Its comprehensive range of organic clothing is gentle on your little one’s delicate skin, ensuring that your child is always cosy and snug.
By Melanie Yap, January 2017 / Updated by Muneerah Bee, February 2020 / Updated by Kirstie-mae Baptist, December 2020
Melanie Yap is the founder of corporate social responsibility agency A Very Good Company Singapore, which works with businesses to create and implement strategies that bring financial and social impact.
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