Toby Tiger

Toby Tiger is instantly recognisable for its bright and colourful designs, from dribble bibs to dungarees and party dresses. The clothes feature colourful easy poppers, adjustable shoulder straps and super-soft reversible fabrics, with strips and appliques to tell a story for curious little imaginations. Bound to raise a smile on the faces of children and grownups everywhere. A few items may contain synthetic fibres (launder in a microplastic catcher).

For baby clothing, The Lullaby Trust has information on suitable clothing (and bedding) to help prevent crib death.

Organic cotton is not just better for the planet, but also good for children, as the lack of chemicals means they are usually gentler on skin, especially for children with eczema.

Toby Tiger also offers a return & earn service, where you can send back outgrown clothes to add to their SuperLooper library, for others to borrow. And you get a voucher for your next purchase (the more clothes you send in, the bigger coupon you receive). Unlike some clothing stores that ‘give you gifts’ for over-consumption, this is simply helping to reduce fashion waste (return labels are free) and you can send in any clothes, they don’t have to be from Toby Tiger. This helps to create a circular economy, and provide quality clothing for families on a budget, during turbulent financial times.

organic children’s clothing from Cornwall

Frugi organic cotton snuggle suit

Frugi is a major brand that is sold on their own store and in shops nationwide. Most items are organic cotton, and in fun designs and colours. A lot of their clothes for younger children are designed with extra room, to easily fit over cloth nappies. You can also buy organic cotton clothing for mums too, with discreet designs for easy breastfeeding.

Piccalilly not only offers nice organic cotton clothing for children and mums, but also offers more affordable options from upcycled cotton too. Ideal for green families on a budget.

Turtle Dove London offers 95% organic cotton garments, and does not over-buy stock to prevent fashion waste. All dyes are azo-free and this is kinder to the skin and the planet.

Little Green Radicals offers super-soft organic cotton clothing. Organic cotton is used most of the time and the company is also a FairTrade pioneer. These are clothes designed to last, to pass onto your next child.

consider renting quality children’s clothing

SuperLooper is one of many companies that lets you rent good quality clothing, then just return it and it’s passed on, as your own children grow. Everything is clean with small repairs made. There are clothes from 0 to 7 years, often quality organic brands. You can also donate children’s clothing to help families in need. Stripey Stork has a nationwide list of baby banks.

For baby clothing, The Lullaby Trust has information on suitable clothing (and bedding) to help prevent crib death.

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