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Where do you buy organic children's clothing from? And Adults too!

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tutu100 Tue 13-Feb-07 20:09:24

I have used spirit of nature and green baby before but would like a little more choice. What other sites have people bought organic clothing from before? It's mainly for my son although any good organic clothing sites for adults would also be appreciated.

pinkchampagne Tue 13-Feb-07 20:11:24

Vertbaudet have an organic range, I'm pretty sure of it.
Haven't a clue about the adults clothes though!

Furball Tue 13-Feb-07 20:12:46

well Next now do organic clothing and the other is it's not that expensive

Furball Tue 13-Feb-07 20:14:11

next = adults organic

tutu100 Tue 13-Feb-07 22:02:04

fab will look both those up now. Excellent that next is doing it, I night be able to get some when I go shopping.

Pannacotta Tue 13-Feb-07 22:27:22

Think that M&S are doing organic and/or fair trade cotton. Monsoon also have a few fair trade things but not sure they are organic. Know what you mean, there should be more choice, easy to buy organic food not so easy to buy decent organic clothes, esp for adults. Btw, Jojomaman also do a few organic bits but they are v small sizes I think.

Dozeynoo Wed 14-Feb-07 06:08:31

The Natural Collection do a limited range of both Adult and child organic clothing as do La Redoute and I think Traidcraft do too.

tutu100 Wed 14-Feb-07 23:50:38

Looked on Next today, very surprised by the range and prices - excellent. Unfortunately not much for toddler boys, but plenty for me! I am now off to look at the websites Dozeynoo suggested. Thanks for your suggestions everyone.

Sekai Tue 28-Feb-12 11:13:29

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lahlah11 Tue 15-May-18 10:22:13

Best Years do organic baby clothes online. They have some down from £24 to £2 at the moment in their sale. Worth a look if you want baby rather than kids

newmumwithquestions Sat 19-May-18 07:28:45

Frugli do organic children (and some limited adult) stuff. They have regular sales so worth signing up to their newsletter.

Whatdoido2018 Sat 07-Jul-18 11:23:37

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