Gardner and the Gang at Kyna Boutique

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Ohh look, KyNa Boutique are stocking organic brand Gardner and the Gang. The brand is designed by Swede Kristin Nystrom, who lives in Singapore. Kristin draws all the prints herself and creates back stories for the characters. For example, the colourful fellow on the pants used to be a flamingo but Patsy the zebra put a spell on him that turned […]

Coming soon: Kitschy Coo organic slouchy trousers

Kitchy Coo organic trousers

We do like all things Kitschy Coo at BG and coming soon to their store are some gorgeous organic slouchy trousers in fabulous prints – there’s everything from knights to submarines to tulips and foxes! My favourites are the World of Knights organic slouchy trousers (as shown) which features kings and queens, smiling dragons, cheeky knights chasing […]

BibT organic wipeable tops

Wipeable Tops from BIBT

  Wipe clean 100% super-soft organic tees for kids? What a great idea – especially if you’re out for the day! The BibT has unique, adjustable neck-poppers to keep mess from escaping inside, while spills (and dribble!) are simply wiped away, including on the cuffs. You can choose from an Owl, Lion, Cloud or Bee […]

NOSH Organics at Kyna

Nosh Organic Tees from Kyna Boutique

Brightly coloured, high quality, and made from certified organic cotton is what Nosh Organics is all about plus they have some prints to die for! Favourites include the orange aeroplanes tee (£18) and submarine tee (£20) I have spotted at Kyna Boutique. As always, free shipping and free returns from Kyna and their range will be expanding soon. Hope […]

Broken Tricycle organic clothing

Organic Clothing from Broken Tricycle

Broken Tricycle is a beautiful brand created by Patricia Murphy, who combined her experiences as a designer and as a mother of two to create a beautiful range of clothing with a hint of nostalgia. The collection includes sweaters, tees, rompers and vests. They’re unisex, they look fab and the price range is from $30 to $48. Everything is […]

Anïve for the minors

Anïve for the minors

Swedish brand Anïve for the Minors was launched because designer Gabriella Lundbald wanted clothes that fit her children properly – something she felt was missing in the market. With that in mind, the brand was born and although it takes clothes seriously, it does do with a playful mind. Every detail has been thought about, including the need to shove the items in […]

New season at KyNa Boutique

Kyna Boutique

We’ve been having a swoon session over the new season offerings at KyNa Boutique – L’Asticot, Boys&Girls and Indikidual to name but a few. I’m particularly drawn to the monochrome with pops of yellow! At KyNa all clothing is organic and shipping and returns are free. Kind to the kids, kind to the environment, and […]

Label love: Flamingos & Dominoes

Flamingos & Dominoes tee

Sometimes less is definitely more. And that’s exactly the case with Flamingos & Dominoes – a small collection of bodysuits, babygros, leggings, t-shirts and hats in just two prints. All items are made from 100% organic cotton in the UK and printed with eco-friendly inks – that’s what we like to hear! Both Alphabet and […]

Red Urchin organic clothing

Red Urchin whale babygro

  I do love a new clothing label discovery. Red Urchin, founded by London mum Beth Bourrelly, consists of a small collection of tees and babygros in four shades with a variety of funky motifs – think penguins, robots, owls, dinosaurs. I particularly like the whale romper, £19.95, top, and the charcoal grey flying saucer […]

Ava & Luc organic clothing

Ava&Luc pjs

Ooh, I wish I’d discovered these while I was compiling my Christmas pyjamas post. London-based label Ava & Luc was established by Janice Rokita and Vicki Leaver to address their irritations with children’s clothing (wishy washy colours, itchy labels, too small necklines). The capsule collection of PJs, playsuits and long-sleeved t-shirts is ethically produced in […]

Cool Exclusive: Winter Water Factory organic clothing at Shak Shuka

High Seas Romper by Winter Water Factory

I’m always on the lookout for organic kidswear brands that offer something a little bit different which US designer Shak-Shuka delivers in spades. While I’m a die-hard colour fiend that’s dressed her kids in a lot of Scandi prints, I also love more subtle patterns, and with prints like ‘High Seas’ (top) which you could […]