Limited edition clothing at Baobab Children
Every good parent wants to dress their child in high quality, sustainable, affordable clothing. And if the items they wear are one-of-a-kind, then even better! This is where Baobab Children come in. They identified the lack of unique, environmentally-friendly clothing for children aged 4-8 years old, and set about filling that gap. The result? An original, colourful limited edition range of funky clothing for kids.
The founders of Baobab Children are Geraldine and Vic, parents of twin girls, who kept encountering difficulty in discovering clothes for their children, that had not fallen victim to the mass production ethos that permeates the world of children’s fashion. Instead of sitting back and bemoaning this fact, they did something about it; in 2011 Baobab Children was launched.
Each item of clothing is limited edition, once they’re gone, they’re gone! But with this colourful range, you’ll soon find something else that catches your eye. All items are made from 100% organic cotton, and pre-washed for extra warmth and comfort.
Want your little girl to shine? Look no further than this funky Neon Star Top. Just the thing to brighten up a dreary day and make your daughter feel extra special. Priced at £24.
To complete the outfit, why not team it with these fabulous Purple Pop Leggings? They have a deep waistband, to ensure extra softness for your little one’s tummy, and the detail on the side stops them from riding up (we all know how annoying and uncomfortable that can be)! Priced at £19.50.
For your trendy little man, this Neon Flash Jumper is perfect for providing both warmth and the “cool” factor at the same time. The bright colourful design is as sharp and trendy as you would want your son to be. Priced at £42.00.
Remember, these are all limited edition items, make sure you get in there quick! Customers of Baobab Children will enjoy free delivery on all orders of £75 and over. To remain up to date with the latest news, you can follow Baobab Children on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.