8 Ethical Brands for Kids

Thought Ethical Fashion was only for grown-ups? No, no, no. We’ve picked some here that are as ethical as gorgeous!

Sustainable and cool streetwear for people who love the planet as much as their style!

Sweden, $-$$

Dedicated - Ethical Fashion Guide
Dedicated - Ethical Fashion Guide
Dedicated - Ethical Fashion Guide
Dedicated - Ethical Fashion Guide

Why throw away men’s shirts when they could be made into clothes for the kids?! This is the question Little Boomerang asks with their range of beautiful clothes and accessories upcycled from preloved shirts.

Netherlands, $-$$

Little Boomerang
Little Boomerang
Little Boomerang
Little Boomerang

Children’s clothes that make you smile – made with respect for the people who make them and the environment!

United Kingdom, $-$$

Cooee Kids
Cooee Kids
Cooee Kids
Cooee Kids

Founded by two sisters, noctu is inspired by Scandinavian simplicity and minimalist design. They offer comfortable nightwear made using 100% organic + Fairtrade® certified cotton.

Norway, United Kingdom, $-$$

Noctu
Noctu
Noctu
Noctu

Timeless and classic, with a shabby chic style, ethically made and affordable hand-smocked children’s clothes with a transparent supply chain that empowers women and gives back to the community.

United States, $-$$

The Open Road

Pact makes the soft, comfortable and beautiful organic cotton basics you were looking for!

United States, $

Pact
Pact
Pact
Pact

Known for their attention-grabbing prints and artisanal quality, Marni collections are meant to bring delight to any person’s wardrobe for decades to come. We especially love Marni’s special collaborations aiming to bring awareness and aid to worldwide children’s education initiatives.

Italy, $$$

Marni
Marni
Marni
Marni

Sneakers on two missions: to make you or your little ones feel (and look) fab’ and to make the fashion industry a better place. Think fair trade, of course, but also eco-friendly materials and ultra-transparency.

Brazil, France, $-$$

Veja
Veja
Veja
Veja
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Passionate about sustainable living, ethical fashion and social justice, Morgane also founded Zero Waste Nest, as an attempt to demystify zero waste living. Her retirement plans are to adopt as many stray cats as she’s able to.

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