Is there anything more exciting than buying tiny little outfits for new arrivals? Here’s where to find some special pieces
Are you keeping the gender of your baby a surprise? Or maybe pinks and blues just aren’t your style. Neutral shades of baby clothes are beautiful, timeless and also will be something you can keep for future children. Here are some places to source clothes and accessories for newborns.
Fauna Kids is an Irish online store selling GOTS certified organic cotton baby clothes that are ethically-made. The clothes are made ethically in an a factory in India where employees are paid fair wages and work in safe conditions. The clothes are designed and printed in Ireland, using eco-friendly inks. Founded by illustrator Nadia Cruikshanks, the brand used to be known as Moobles and Toobles.
This beautiful kids store in Dublin also sells gorgeous clothing for babies and children too. This 100% organic cotton jumpsuit was made in Portugal.
The Little Wooden Peg
The Little Wooden Peg offers a stylish selection of clothing and accessories for babies and children aged 0-14 years. Each piece is simple, beautiful and timeless.
Stork & Co
Stork & Co was founded by sisters Sophie Cafolla and Dr Vicky O’Dwyer, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, who have five children between them. They design modern clothing and accessories for babies and kids, and also curate baby gift boxes too. The grippy zippy sleepsuit has two way zips for easy changes, and is made from GOTS certified organic cotton and non-toxic eco-friendly dyes.
Farmyard The Label
Emma Hales from Meath is the founder of Farmyard The Label. She studied fashion and textiles at NCAD, with a constant focus on childrenswear.
Rain + Conker
Amanda Kierands owns Rain + Conker, which designs and manufactures a variety of practical baby products. We love their leggings, bandana bibs and hooded towels.
You will find Kidstore.ie’s bricks and mortar store on the top floor of Powerscourt Townhouse Centre. Kid stocks brands like Organic Zoo, Quincy Mae and Turtledove London.
Swedish brand babygrow.ie is popular with Irish parents, as it offers lots of cute gender neutral patterns and designs.
Hipbaby.ie is the Irish retailer for brands like Frugi, Maxomorra, Kite, Livie & Luca and more. The products are fun, gentle on the skin, and carefully sourced to adhere to the highest ethical standards.
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