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Buying Organic Baby Clothes

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

If you want to dress your baby in clothing made without pesticides and toxic fabric finishes, organic baby clothes are a smart choice. Certified organic cotton baby clothing is also free of flame retardants, heavy metals and petrochemicals and other toxins that could be harmful to a developing baby. Whether you are shopping for a new baby or making over your baby’s wardrobe, here are some tips to help you navigate through the world of organic baby clothing.

With the growing popularity of organic baby clothes, you can find it almost anywhere you look. If you like to shop online there are plenty of boutiques that specialize in organic baby clothing. As you decide which brands you like, you can also buy directly from the manufacturer. While you may not save money shopping direct, you will be able to choose from more of your favorite brand’s product offerings.

You can also buy from online shop owners on website such as – Organic Baby Brands for Infants & Toddlers. A showcase of the baby industry’s top organic baby brands and what products they have to offer. Huge variety of organic baby products & pictures.

There is no denying that organic baby clothing costs more than conventional clothing, but if you shop smart, you can dress your baby in organic cotton or other natural fibers for reasonable prices. Coupons, sales and comparison shopping are just a few methods. Furthermore, if you are easing your way into organic clothing, you can start with the pieces that will be closest to your baby’s skin and worn most often. You can’t go wrong with body suits, t-shirts and leggings. They can be worn alone or layered under other outfits. For this same reason you may want to go with solid colors that can be mixed and matched for variety.

Wherever you shop and whatever your price point, be sure to read the labels and inspect the fabric. You don’t want to be fooled by marketing buzz words like “all natural” or even “organic.” An article of organic baby clothing will be labeled as 100% organic and not blended with synthetic fabrics.