Speesies aims to support and
protect all living things on earth and has just arrived in Australia through Mini Eco. The garments are made from 100%
organic cotton using low-impact dyes, pvc-free prints, nickel-free
snaps and no formaldehyde or dioxin.
The clothing is made by people working in ethical employment
conditions. It’s interesting to read the stories behind the label and
how the owners visited their cotton growers in India and got to know
them. Every step of the processes involved in creating Speesees
clothing has been carefully considered regarding environmental impact
and the welfare of workers. Not only does Speesees boast two levels
of organic certification, they use well-paid labour, and also donate a
part of their profits to the local communities of their workers.
It’s important to support brands that are willing to go that extra step in ethical and organic trade.
I’ve started making small changes to the way I live and what I buy so that I can be a model for my children. I’m never without
my reuseable bags these days and setting up a compost bin is next. I’m off to see what sizes they have in that lamb jacket
at Mini Eco. I’d team it with the fresh aqua seal pup body suit for a beautifully fresh winter look.
Get your Speesees at Mini Eco. The pup bodysuit is
$29.95 and the lamb jacket is $34.35 plus post with limited stock left. Be sure to check out the rest of the range!