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ethical/green clothing - where to buy that doesn't cost a fortune!!!

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lunavix Fri 19-May-06 14:01:10

Questions in the title really, as we're moving into more organic foods and cleaning products, I've been thinking about our clothes but everything I've seen's just so expensive.... any ideas?

Gem13 Fri 19-May-06 14:17:03

I don't know how old your children are but I like to think my purchases from NCT sales and ebay are green in the fact that the clothes are getting reused.

I buy mine new shoes but about 90% of their clothes are second hand (and you wouldn't know it to look at them).

We get a Greenfibres (.com) catalogue but I haven't ordered any of the clothes so can't vouch for them.

YellowFeathers Fri 19-May-06 14:18:45

Luna
Topshop are selling baby girls clothes now and some of them are the organic items.

YellowFeathers Fri 19-May-06 14:19:00

(nbg btw)

expatinscotland Fri 19-May-06 14:19:31

Charity shops. Recycled clothes!

lunavix Fri 19-May-06 19:47:28

lol NBG I glanced at our ante-natal thread and couldn't work out all the new names!

I don't think it's a girl anymore... I know it's meant to be 80% but I feel like it's a boy.. at least it adds to the mystery!

FillyjonktheSnibbet Sat 20-May-06 00:36:08

If you want to be green, I'd say secondhand stuff is the way to go. The energy has already been used to make the clothes anyway then.

If you want organic stuff, I've had some good bargains off ebay.

Are you a knitter/sewer perchance? You could always make some bits. Greenfibres do organic wool, so do myriadonline.

Also, hemp is usually not sprayed as it is so weed resistant, ditto bamboo.

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