By Courtney Wood and Jenny Pellicer
It is a truth universally acknowledged that all children are beautiful, just as they are. Their delicate bodies do, however, require protection in the form of clothes. This is where things can get complicated. Parents are faced with the unpleasant choice of purchasing clothes from two polar spheres of baby clothing manufacturer; those who insist that more is best and the organic label’s that adopt unimaginative solemn designs. Children are thus seen wearing copious amounts of bows, sequins and loud prints or sloppy silhouettes with boring plain colors. Well-designed, attractive, eco-conscious and affordable clothing is all we ask for. But, does it exist?
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