Sustainable fashion for kids

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Hey moms and dads! Do you choose organic produce over conventional fruits and veggies? How about meat from animals raised in sustainably safe pastures? You probably wash your vegetables and fruits thoroughly to ensure that no pesticides and fertilizers are consumed. You likely ensure that your water is crystal clear and pure by using effective methods of removing bacteria, metals, and chlorine. Let’s face it, we care about what we put in our bodies but, what about what we put on our bodies? Even more important, what’s in our children’s clothing? Yes, how safe are the textiles that touch our children’s skin? Did you know that 20% of our water pollution comes from textile manufacturing?[1]. Keep in mind that just because you decide to go the sustainable route with safe textiles doesn’t mean that you sacrifice style. The cutest organic children’s clothing is just a click away.

Why dress our children in organic clothing?

We take a lot of time deciding what healthy meals to feed our family, but what about what they wear? Have you thought of dressing them with responsibly made organic fibers from unaltered sources, and in manufacturing companies that are good to their workers and believe that happy workers produce happily worn garments? You probably don’t think of that when you chose your children’s clothing. But, it’s true! At Art & Eden clothes are made lovingly by local artisans who only use the purest of textiles. To add to the benefits, Art & Eden’s employees receive fair wages and working conditions that allow them to properly care for themselves and their families.

True! At Art & Eden clothes are made lovingly by local artisans who only use the purest of textiles. To add to the benefits, Art & Eden’s employees receive fair wages and working conditions that allow them to properly care for themselves and their families.

Knowing that you are making the right choice in sourcing your clothing without sacrificing quality and style is just one more way to feel good about the clothes your children wear. Also, sustainable farming practices that are involved in growing cotton crops and other natural textiles are beneficial for the earth.

When choosing clothing articles, ask yourself, which one has the least amount of chemicals? How about no chemicals? What were the manufacturing practices used to make these garments? How about asking yourself, does this company care about its employees?  At Art & Eden, workers are proud of what they produce and happy to come to work each day.

Art & Eden commissions artists from all over the world to create adorable designs while keeping quality high and prices affordable. This company believes that everyone should be able to afford clothing that is sustainably and responsibly sourced for the good of society and the good of the child that is wearing it.

The use of low-impact dyes and recycled packaging help keep costs low, passing savings to you. So, know that by making the conscientious choice of buying organic, harmful chemicals will not touch your children’s skin.

Creating clothing derived from eco-friendly resources and sustainably grown fibers is Art & Eden’s practice. Keeping our children safe and comfortable, maintaining a sense of style is their mission. As parents, we want what best for our children, and taking into consideration what’s right for our planet is our intent. After all, clean earth is our children’s inheritance. Art & Eden is a happy company that looks forward to teaching everyone about the goodness of organically grown cotton, sustainable, and fair-trade practices used to create charming garments that our children love wearing. It’s cuteness overload for the good of mother earth and your family! Take a look here at the clothing you and your child can feel good about! Better yet, try it!

References

1. Green America (retrieved on 3/8/20) https://www.greenamerica.org/green-americas-2019-toxic-textile-report

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