When you have a little one, it is important for you to provide them with all they need. One thing that you cannot skimp on is the quality of great baby clothes. With all of the options that are currently available, it can be difficult to decide which brand is the best.
So, we put together a list of eco-friendly fashion brands that not only offers quality products for your little guy or gal but also gives back be it through charity, the environment or both.
BirdRock Baby specializes in baby shoes and accessories. They have a wide variety of options available whether you’re looking for moccasins for your toddler or cozy baby booties here. In addition to their focus on offering top-quality baby brands of footwear and diaper bags, their customers can feel good knowing that or every purchase that is made, the company offers a day’s worth of food to a child in need.
They have partnered with a charity called Feed My Starving Children and since the start of this collaboration, they have helped feed tens of thousands of little ones.
It is often difficult to find baby brands for clothing that does not contain things like flame retardants, dyes, and other chemicals. L’oved Baby offers 100% organic clothing that does not contain any additives or non organic dyes. Even their packages are PVC free. Their offerings include bodysuits, joggers and rompers.
While their prices are fairly reasonable in general, they do offer a weekly sale that will give you the opportunity to stock up. They’re not only a great choice for parents wanting to shop organic but their clothing is also environmentally friendly.
Pacha Soap Co
Any parent probably knows the plethora of baby brands for baby soap and bath products that are stocked on the shelves of your local Target or Walmart.
You may not have heard of Pacha Soap, but they’ve been doing amazing things. Their soaps are all sulfate free, cruelty free and crafted in the USA. The best part is that with every purchase, you’re not only getting an amazing product, you’re helping support clean water initiatives and hygiene education all over the world thanks to their program.
It isn’t always easy for companies to engage in philanthropic entrepreneurship, especially when the alternative often comes with more sales.
We know there are way more baby brands that give back outside of these three and if you’re interested in more you can check out Inspired by This. So, the next time you are shopping for baby items and you are seeking a feel good purchase, these should all be at the top of your consideration list.