We all love our designer baby goods but do we really know how most of them are produced? Knowing that my children’s clothing is not only ethically made but also organic greatly influences my own purchases. Buying from labels which go that extra mile to ensure no-one is exploited has become of prime importance to many parents trying to set a precedence their children will carry on after them.
Sture and Lisa is one such company ensuring its production methods are supporting communities rather than taking from them. No child labour is used in its production houses in India and an award wage is paid. The lush, thick cotton is organic and printed with gentle dyes. And by gentle, we don’t mean the tones! These must be the brightest, most out-there onesies and jumpsuits ever, and will be just the thing to cover energetic little bodies this autumn.
Available in sizes 3-6 months, right up to two years, the onesies are $37 and the jumpsuits are $39 from Baby Goes Retro.