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Minibrook For Sustainability & Giving Back

Minibrook For Sustainability & Giving Back

by Ashley Ziegler via ROMPER
Kids grow out of (or destroy) their clothes quickly, which makes it hard to reduce the amount of clothing waste your family produces. All is not lost, though, because you can still minimize your impact by purchasing clothes from sustainable children’s clothing brands that prioritize conserving the environment and reducing waste. There are a lot of them out there, too, it’s just that they can be somewhat hard to find.
Clothing companies strive to be more sustainable in a variety of ways, which is why it can sometimes be confusing to figure out which brands are actually prioritizing sustainability and which ones are, well, not exactly practicing what they preach. Brands that are truly focused on sustainability use textiles made from recycled fabrics, organic cotton, and bamboo, are mindful about their shipping methods and materials, and partner with manufacturing companies that are also committed to saving the environment. Additionally, many eco-friendly clothing brands also put an emphasis on fair trade which means working with facilities that provide safe working conditions and livable wages for their employees.
Basically, sustainable clothing brands understand how their industry affects the environment and they are making a targeted effort to help minimize it. Here are some sustainable kids’ clothing brands to help get your shopping started.
We only include products that have been independently selected by Romper's editorial team. However, we may receive a portion of sales if you purchase a product through a link in this article.
All of the clothes Minibrook sells are responsibly made with GOT-certified organic cotton and are dyed with non-toxic, eco-friendly, and low-impact dyes that create super soft and hypoallergenic pieces. Additionally, each quarter a portion of all of Minibrook’s profits are donated to an organization that helps kids in some way. Past organizations include WhyNot? and Baby2Baby.