Organically Grown: Review of Affordable Organic Clothing for Babies & Toddlers


If money or selection was not an issue, I would have bought my daughter’s entire wardrobe made of organic materials. And up until recently, organic options have always been limited and cost significantly more than other clothing available at our nearest malls and “super marts”. Thankfully, this is slowly changing. Organically Grown is one company who did not want to compromise selection, style or color when it came to organic clothing for infants and toddlers and still manage to keep it affordable, too. They have just launched their new spring line so you will want to be sure and stock up on some of these priceless outfits!

We received an outfit from their new toddler line to review and we love it! The colors are a balance between earthy organic colors and brighter hues and the slogans and styling are adorable. Our outfit (pictured above) is perfect for the warm spring and summer weather, is soft, comfortable and adorable. We have been wearing it regularly around the house, while running errands and when we go to the playground and my daughter loves the butterfly on her shirt.

The infant line is filled with onesies and outfits that I would be thrilled to purchase for my next child and the new toddler line could not come at a more perfect time for my daughter. Outfits range from $12-$38 and although they may be more expensive than some non-organic brands, these are very competitively priced for being organic!

About:
Driven by our positive spirit, and heartfelt commitment to a healthy planet, we founded the Organically Grown Group. We were raised to believe that we could make a difference, and affect real change in the world. As a young and innovative company, we believe in your right to affordable, safe, stylish, high-quality organic products from apparel and home décor, to personal care items.

Organically Grown has begun to play an active role in the organic revolution. Our apparel is made from organic cotton, which is grown by safe, pesticide-free methods from plants that are not genetically modified. We support the organic farming community and organizations worldwide that are committed to a green, sustainable environment.

There is a direct connection between what we wear and the effect it has on the earth. According to the Organic Exchange, an estimated 170 million pounds of pesticides, and 25% of the world’s insecticides are used in the production of conventional, non-organic cotton. 7 out of 10 of these pesticides are on the EPA’s “known” list of “likely” or “probable” carcinogens. These chemicals result in work-force illnesses, water contamination, and the devastation of farmland. All of the problems are eliminated though organic farming practices. Organically Grown is proud to be a part of the solution.
Organically Grown acts as an educational collective. We sponsor fund-raising events and through the media, we teach consumers about the benefits of living an organic lifestyle.

We are about balance and taking baby steps. We do the best we can today, knowing we will grow with innovation tomorrow. Together, we can make a difference by creating products we are proud of and you are proud to purchase. We hope this will be our green legacy.

Networks:Blog: http://organicallygrowngroup.wordpress.com/

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OrganicallyGrown

Twitter: http://twitter.com/organicallygrwn

Website: http://shop.organicallygrowngroup.com/
A product was provided by Organically Grown for this review. No other compensation was received and the views and opinions are my own.

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By Emi Stapler. I am a cloth diaper advocate, green parenting blogger, mother of three and a military wife who enjoys sharing my motherhood adventures and advice. Follow me at The Cloth Diaper Report on Facebook, Twitter @TheCDReport , Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.
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  1. Rebecca O says:

    Their clothing is super cute. I plan to get some stuff for my son…and when we decide to have the next baby, we will get some then too. :)

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