Jessica Alba Blogs: Kid's Clothing With a Conscience
I love clothes shopping for Honor. As she gets bigger, so does her personality and I try to help her express that through fashion. Usually I do my best to avoid synthetic fabrics and chemical finishes, but sometimes I stray after finding something too cute to refuse. (Hey, no one’s perfect, right?) The most important thing is knowing what to look for.
If you're seeking safer, eco-friendly options, choose organic cotton or other natural fibers like bamboo, soy and hemp. Also, you call manufacturers to learn if they use any chemical treatments or dyes. To get you started, I've shared some recent pieces I've purchased for Honor.
What are your favorite "green" kids’ fashions?
More from Lucky Kids:
Oeuf makes great eco-friendly, fair trade clothes.
Lola and James makes the most amazing sustainable clothing. They take vintage pieces and make them into one-of-a-kind pieces!
Sage Creek Organics Dresses are super: super easy, super cute and super comfy for active toddlers.
Kate Quinn organics turns out cozy and colorful basics I just can't resist.
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