Organic Kite Clothing Bright Stripe Knit Body
Bright Stripe Knit Body
Bright Stripe Knit Body
Bright Stripe Knit Body

Kite Clothing

Bright Stripe Knit Body

Regular price £24.00

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Product Description

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This midweight knitted bodysuit offers all the practicality of a baby vest plus the warmth and comfort of a jumper. The rainbow stripe looks wonderful with a pair of leggings or under dungarees. A smart and cosy number great for boys and girls alike. With popper crotch opening and coconut and coconut button shoulder opening making it easy to take on and off.

Based in the coastal paradise of Poole, Kite Clothing are a super friendly bunch that care greatly about the planet. They are proud to be GOTS Certified, and put great care and attention into following the strict guidelines to maintain certification. This attention to detail is apparent in the quality of their garments, all of which are made from organic fibres, meaning they are kind to the planet, your little ones skin and are built to last. We love their bright and colourful funky threads, and we’re sure you will too!

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Why Go Organic?

It’s simple, really; it’s better for our planet and all of its inhabitants (including your kids!). Here’s how:

  • It’s miles better for the environment. Only natural pest control methods are used in the production of our clothes. No toxins means that soil stays fertile, water stays clean and air stays unpolluted.
  • It’s super soft and kind to skin. The nasty chemicals and dyes used in non-organic cotton break down the fibres and damage the fabric, so the natural softness is lost. By waving bye-bye to those chemicals and dyes, we maintain the über softness that cotton is known for. This super softness means it’s perfect for even the most sensitive of skin, and less likely to trigger any allergies and skin conditions like eczema.
  • It’s built for rough and tumble. Less intensive production methods result in super robust clothes! Our clothes are made with little adventurers in mind, so they are ready for all sorts of punishment by your little monkeys! They wash great too, even at 30 degrees! When your little one outgrows them, they’ll be ready to pass on to friends or future generations!
  • It’s way safer for manufacturers. There are no harsh chemicals and dyes used in the production of Organic cotton clothes, so the workers that make our beautiful clothes are kept safe from nasty side effects.

You can read more about sustainable fashion and organic kids clothes on our sustainability blog

Customer Reviews

We pride ourselves on providing stellar service to our customers, whether it is through rapid delivery or great communication, we are always looking to please. You can see examples of our happy customers below!

Mye Butler, Facebook "FANTASTIC family company with some truly amazing threads for sale. The site is very user friendly, super easy to navigate and lovely and colourful. Makes for a very enjoyable shopper’s experience. Evan was quick to respond to my messages and very accommodating. They’ve also applied an automatic 10% discount at checkout during this period of uncertainty and unsettling times. Would thoroughly recommend. Thank you! ❤️"
Stephanie O'Donovan, Facebook "What a lovely and friendly place to order from! They make shopping so personal and easy. Nothing was too much for Kirsty and Evan. Couldn't recommend them enough."
Stuart Lock, Facebook "Superb quality clothing, excellent personal communication and rapid delivery. Smiles all round from my four year old with dad firmly in the good books for at least ten minutes. I urge others to check out what these guys have on offer."

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