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Okay. How many baby clothing items can you think of that last a baby's entire life? None, right? Well, Nui Organics designed an organic wool scarf that works for babies and adults. The classic cocoa/cream stripe looks adorable on wee ones and rather dashing on mom or dad (should you be tempted to borrow it).
Soft, durable, with a deliciously hip silhouette and a wow print... what better way to encounter one's first dress? It's a far, far cry from those starched tulle fifties contraptions our mothers had to wear.
Kee-ka's line of baby clothing is notable for the double-take cuteness of its motifs (my faves are the cupcake and the monkey). But even better: it comes in a recycled box that is ready to be mailed, so that you don't have to box it up again to send it securely. Buying it for your own baby? Save the box for another shipping need.
I cannot sing the praises of soft cotton baby pants enough. We've all been sold on the snapped-up all-in-one, and it has its place. But by the time you unsnap and snap a fussy baby's pants (replete with thrashing legs and “Oops, I did that wrong...I have an extra top snap hanging out here...”) you could have whipped off baby's pants, changed him, and slid the pants right back up his legs and onto his waist. Now, they have to be soft, and the elastic has to be gentle. That's why I love Ohgeez's yoga pant. It fits that bill, and even better, fits your child for two whole years (the second year, it's a clamdigger).
I love the groovy motifs emblazoned on this small, artist-run company's shirts and onesies. From an eighties-reminiscent tiger to deities and tatts, they're rad. And their social conscience actively rocks. Rock n Roll Babies donates five percent of their profits to children's charities around the world. And when you're done with their items, they'll pay for you to send the garments back to them. They then launder the items and donate them to area shelters. As an added incentive, if you do send a t-shirt or onesie back, they also give you a coupon for 15% off your next order, plus free shipping.
Sama Baby organic cotton baby clothing is soft, adorable, and well made. The kimono is especially nice for the newborn stage, when the umbilicus needs to be exposed to air, and also because its snap-front design saves you from having to pull anything over his or her head.
Under the Nile is a truly fair-trade company. It not only provides a living wage to its employees in Egypt; it also provides vocational training, health care, and education to its workers.
They have a wide range of adorable baby and kid clothing, from solid natural cotton to fun and funky patterns and stripes. Warning: they may be impossible to “hand down” to other families you know. They are just too darn cute.
Baby sacks allow your infant's legs to move naturally, and also enclose the body so that baby is snug and contained, yet unencumbered. Optional foldover mittens allow you to protect baby from scratching her tender skin, and the “Spud” hat supports baby's vulnerable body temperature.
Nina and Tom actually do make these shirts; it's not a cutesy name meant to evoke a mom-and-pop biz. This actual mom and pop do all of the designing, production, and shipping in Davis, California. Their organic strawberry design is super-cute.
Hats are important in the early months, and this hemp/cotton blend beanie is everything you might want in a baby cap: it's soft, stylish, and head-turningly fetching, given that it sports little bear cub ears. You can ensure the proper size by measuring your baby's head; the sizes are keyed to those measurements.
The Nui Organics Stripe Scarf for everyone is adorable on any outfit!
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