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Nature Colored: This simple brand from Canada produces baby clothing made from organically grown or naturally colored cotton.
I admit I don’t buy only organic clothes, but I prioritize. Not only because I concern for the baby’s skin but also because I care about nature. Below are my favorite and most practical items for a newborn: anything that is easy and fast to wear.
Touched by Nature: I like this brand for the good prices and more colorful options (neutral colors are very common when buying organic cotton clothes). They also sell headbands, tights, crib sheets and burp cloths (all organic cotton)
Parade: Also free of chemicals and 100% certified organic cotton. The colors and prints are pretty, modern and trendy.
bonamy: This brand does not offer much different clothing models, but for those who are a fan of footed organic cotton pajamas for baby like me, not only because they are beautiful but also for being very practical, simple to wear and comfortable for the baby, it is a good option. Although they have only a few models, they offer around 20 different color options!
ZippyJamz: No chemicals or pesticides and super pretty prints. What I love most about these pajamas is the fabric protection on the zippers. Other babies onesies zippers do not work very well for me because they rub against the skin of my baby’s chin. The diaper change zipper system is also different and very practical.
Goumikids: Beautiful organic cotton baby clothes. My favorites are the Stay On Mittens. It may seem expensive to pay around 8 dolars in a pair of mittens, but trust me: you will use A LOT. By the second month the baby starts scratching his face when he is sleepy or tired and it is practically impossible to control without mittens. I bought a simple and cheap model and wasn’t worthy, because at 3 months the baby takes it off very easily, so if you don’t want to see your baby face looking like Edward’s Scissorhands, it’s worth the investment.
What about you? Any recommendations?