6 Baby Clothing Brands Meeting Environmental and Ethical Standards

May 14, 2023

1. Mini Rodini

Instagram | @minirodini
Born | Sweden
Certifications | Global Organic Textile Standard, Organic Content Standard, Global Recycling Standard, OCS, Oeko-Tex® standard 100 and FSC

Mini Rodini creates kids and baby clothes without compromising social and environmental aspects. The brand has a selection of kids and baby clothes made with sustainable materials such as GOTS certified organic cotton, recycled polyester, and soft TENCEL™ Lycoell. Every year, Mini Rodini communicates its sustainability work in a sustainability report.

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2. Bobo Choses

Instagram | @_bobochoses_
Based in | United States
Shipping | Worldwide
Certifications | Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)

Bobo Choses creates clothes for children and growing-young parents who want to enjoy their lives and have fun while minimizing their impact on the planet. They strive to accurately forecast to avoid overstock, replace conventional materials with more sustainable fibers, and have created a permanent collection made with recycled, upcycled, and natural materials.

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3. Little Emperor

Instagram | @littleemperor_
Based in | Australia
Shipping | Worldwide
Certifications | Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), 1% for the Planet

Little Emperor desires to bring happiness and positivity not only to the children but to every person in the supply chain involved in bringing each garment to life. All garments are made in a factory regularly audited to ensure an above-living wage, safe working conditions, and no forced overtime or workplace discrimination. They also use GOTS-certified cotton and plastic-free packaging to minimize their impact on the environment. 

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4. Molo

Instagram | @molo
Based in | Denmark
Shipping | EU countries 
Certifications | Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), Organic Content Standard 100 (OCS), Global Recycle Standard (GRS)

Molo is a Scandinavian brand whose goal is to be the favorite sustainable choice of clothing for children. They have been working to change all conventional textiles to sustainable textiles, with a particular focus on certified organic (GOTS and OCS certified) and recycled fabrics. Molo works toward implementing the 10 Principles of the UN Global Compact, including safeguarding responsible production and fair working conditions in every segment of the production process. 

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5. Ade + Ayo

Instagram | @adeandayo
Based in | United States
Shipping | Worldwide 

Ade + Ayo, combining the Yoruba (Nigerian language) words for “crown” and “joy,” celebrates African heritage by offering well-crafted clothing for children. They aspire to be “kind” - referring to the priority they place on artisan-crafted products and eco-friendly practices, as well as to their commitment to donate a portion of the proceeds to organizations aiming to improve the education gap for young children in sub-Saharan Africa. 

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7. OiOiOi

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Based in | Switzerland
Shipping |France, Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom

OiOiOi is a rental baby clothes brand that allows organic cotton clothes from sustainable brands to be circulated, helping increase the lifespan of the baby & kids’ clothes as a sustainable and practical solution to having to purchase new baby clothes at every stage. The company ensures the quality of clothes is well-maintained and checked thoroughly.

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