4 Ethical Clothing Brands to Keep Your Kids Styling

Keep the kids styling as they head back to school. These four brands bring unique style and social impact to your child's wardrobe. What we dress children in is so important. We don't want chemicals from harmful materials seeping into their precious skin. Choose natural, sustainable, and organic garments like the brands below sell! 

Victoria Road: Bridging Cultures Through Design

Victoria Road is bridging cultures through design. Through their collaborative partnerships with designers and artisans, Victoria Road works to bring South Asian culture to U.S. markets. Ethically made and members of the Fair Trade Federation, Victoria Road is sure to keep your little one smiling. Victoria Road even has a fun line of matching apparel for moms and daughters.


Wild Dill: Fair Trade, Fun, & Quirky Design for Kids

Wild Dill focuses on being a one-stop shop for all organic, natural, eco-friendly & fair trade baby and kid products. This fun, quirky shop's selection of goods includes clothes, toys, and other fun products for children. Wild Dill also gives back a portion of their proceeds to their non-profit partner The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation. The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation is a non-profit that brings fruit trees to communities around the world. 

United by Blue: Sustainable Clothes for Adventurous Kids

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United By Blue uses sustainable materials to craft nature inspired apparel for the adventurous kid. United By Blue is on a mission to show our oceans & waterways some love by removing trash all over the country. For each product sold, United By Blue removes one pound of trash from oceans and waterways through organized community clean-ups.

Mini + Meep: Organic Fashion for Kids

Mini + Meep garments are printed with non-toxic, eco friendly, water based inks and produced without the use of harmful chemicals, pesticides, or artificial dyes. Onesies and tees are made in partnership with Spiritex a company that values ethical resources and sustainable practices. Spiritex creates social impact by training and employing refugees paying them a fair wage and helping them start their new lives in America. Mini + Meep apparel also gives 10% of all proceeds to UNICEF’s Children’s Rights and Emergency Relief Organization. Mini + Meep's nature inspired designs are adorable. Mini + Meep even has a fun line of mom and daughter tees!