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If you already own organic cotton clothing, you know what I’m talking about. Even when brand new, a garment made with organic cotton feels like an old favourite. Like that decades-old t-shirt that you just can’t quit. Or that much-loved sweatshirt that’s been washed so many times that the lettering is starting to crack and the cuffs are beginning to tear.
All products we supply are made with Organic Cotton—many of which are crafted with 100 % Organic, Non-GMO Cotton. We believe the best ingredients make the best clothes. We go for the Cozy Clothes you reach for when you want to curl up on a rainy day with a good book. They’re what you want to throw on at the end of a long workday, and they’re your go-to for durable, comfortable children's’ Clothes.
My goal is a lofty one. We support producing the comfiest, healthiest clothes in the world without destroying the earth or harming people. I believe that what we wear, matters to our good health. So, we set out to do things better.

But what gives organic cotton that lived-in appeal, that super-soft touch right out of the box? It’s all in the staples, or cotton fibres—the fine strands that compose a Raw Cotton Boll. It’s a fact that not all cotton is created equal, and we source only the finest long-staple organic cotton that is combed for extra softness. The longer the cotton fibre, or staple, the fewer imperfections, which results in a softer, more luxurious feel.
Softness aside, organic cotton clothes are inherently better for your skin (your Bodies’ largest Organ) than conventional cotton. Says Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS), organic cotton is never exposed to the toxic heavy metals, formaldehyde, chlorine bleach, and carcinogenic compounds like Glyphosate that conventional cotton is treated with.
It makes sense, then, that organic cotton is worlds better for those who have sensitive skin, eczema, allergy and other skin issues.
I love that our organic cotton dresses are great for your skin and for the farmers that grow it. It’s what I call “look good, feel good”—especially when you can Feel Good about your purchase.
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