The most durable, sustainable, and ethical baby & toddler clothing brands for 2023
In 2023, being made from just organic cotton is NOT going to cut it for the eco-conscious family. Much of the world's organic cotton is either grown by forced labor (ie. the Uighur minority in China) or grown in countries like India that struggle with water scarcity.
The latest class of environmentally responsible baby and toddler clothing brands are using design, rather than supply chain, to solve what will be the biggest challenge of our children's lifetime--the climate crisis.
Beya Made takes a whole new approach to sustainability--with extremely durable clothes that are designed to fit 3x longer. That cuts their carbon and water footprint down by 60%. And when they do get outgrown? You can send them back for a credit!SHOP NOW
Certified Organic and Fair-Trade Guaranteed, MakeMake Organics holds themselves to the highest environmental and ethical standards. We approve!SHOP NOW
League of Friends
Designed in NYC, and made from certfied organic Pima cotton with transparent sourcing and manufacturing. We're PROUD to call LoF our friends!
Organic cotton, sweatshop-free. We love that their neutral colors go with just about anything!SHOP NOW
Sun & Lace
Sun & Lace shoes are hand crafted from high quality leather--making them both biodegradable and heirloom quality. This Black-owned business is uncompromising when it comes to quality.
These insanely soft jammies for the entire family are made from uber-renewable bamboo. AND the wrist and ankle cuffs roll up or down, allowing them to fit 3x longer.SHOP NOW
Nui uses natural, sustainable, renewable Merino wool to make it's grow-with-me range of baby and toddler basics. Merino is season-less, as it helps regulate temperature unlike any other fiber. Their unisex styles are designed to be worn and shared for generations of little earthlings.
The purchase of every single one of Tentree's organic cotton pieces plants ten trees. They've planted 65 million trees already, and their goal is to plant 1 billion trees by 2030!
And that's the new class of eco-fashion leaders! Let's make 2023 the year we ask more of our children's clothes!
founder, Beya Made