Our favorite affordable and organic baby clothing brands we love for the softest snuggles all made using sustainable and ethical materials.
I remember being pregnant with my first daughter and wanting to try and support as many organic baby clothing brands as possible. But sorting through the hundreds of different baby brands out there for the best and most affordable organic baby clothing brands was so difficult!
Luckily, more organic baby clothing brands have started to gain more recognition since then, and after trying out a lot of different brands with my daughter we have found our absolute favorites!
Why Choose Organic Baby Clothing
Our fashion industry has a big impact on the planet and the millions of people it employs globally. So much of the clothing that is produce today is made from materials that used harmful chemicals, and unethical labor practices. This isn’t sustainable for the health of our planet, the people making our clothes, and consumers ourselves.
Choosing organic baby clothing is just one of many ways that we can actively work towards changing the way our clothing materials are grown and made. Cotton in-particular is one common clothing material that is heavily sprayed with harmful chemicals with known negative effects on farmers, local communities, and garment workers. These chemicals are also still present on the clothes we wear, which is not ideal for anyone to be wearing but especially small babies and children.
While choosing organic baby clothing isn’t going to eliminate all the sustainability and health concerns of our baby clothing industry, it is a good and accessible place to start for many parents and families.
20 Affordable And Organic Baby Clothing Brands We Love
The following are all organic baby clothing brands that we have tried and loved! Featuring everything from the softest pajamas, to sleep sacks, onesies, and the softest knits, these brands are making organic baby clothes affordable and accessible for everyone.
Pehr is a beautiful kids clothing and lifestyle brand focused on sustainable practices. They only use organic materials for all of their clothes, which couldn’t be more well made. While their price point is a little bit higher, they do offer frequent seasonal sales that help to make their baby and kids clothing more accessible. Some of my favorite pieces that I ever bought for my daughter have been from Pehr and they have held up so well!
I love that this brand is mama owned and operated, which just goes to show how much they choose to support women in their business. Goumi kids makes cozy, organic, sustainable and functional essentials for your babe, toddler, big kid, & even mom!
Jamie Kay is one of my favorite sustainable baby and little kid brands geared more towards girls with some of our favorite organic cotton essentials. The clothes are beautiful and so well made, and I have noticed tend to run a little on the big side, which means we can get a lot of extended wear out of all of our Jamie Kay clothes.
Hanna Andersson prides themselves for being the original sustainable kids clothing brand. They are known for their bright colors and fun matching pajamas for the whole family. They also do quite a few sales throughout the year, which helps to make their baby and kids clothing more accessible to a wide range of budgets.
Little Planet is a new venture by the iconic baby clothing brand Carters. This branch of Carters aims to improve the sustainability of baby clothes, by using organic cotton for all their Little Planet line of clothing. Because Carters is a larger brand, they are able to keep the price point of their Little Planet line of organic baby clothing among some of the most affordable I have seen.
Solly Baby is mostly know for their incredibly soft fabric wraps, but they also make some of our favorite pajamas for infants 0-12 months. We purchased a few sets of their sleeps when my daughter was an infant and absolutely loved how soft and cozy they were. This brand is also mama run, and advocates strongly for women, which I love.
A quick search on etsy for organic baby clothing will bring hundreds of different handmade options for small sellers all over the world. I have found some of our favorite special baby clothes on etsy and highly recommend giving it a look!
This onsie had me laughing because every mama knows just know difficult it can be to get out of the house on time with a baby. Finn and Emma is best known for their organic cotton onsies and eco-friendly printed clothing for babies and kids. They only use 100% organic cotton for all of their clothes, and have a really unique style you can’t find anywhere else.
Kyte baby clothes are all made from sustainably sourced bamboo, which requires significantly less water to grow than cotton and virtually no pesticides. Bamboo clothing also does a great job of regulating body temperature, which is very important for babies. We love Kyte Baby’s soft pajamas and sleep sacks, which have all gotten so much love and wear!
Little Sleepies are another line of bamboo viscose pajamas that are super soft and perfect for helping to regulate body temperature of little ones at night. They also only uses natural dyes for their pajamas and no chemicals in the finishing of their products, making them a sustainable and healthy option.
Colored Organics truly may make some of the softest and coziest organic cotton baby clothes available on the market. All of the Colored Organics organic baby clothing we own is incredibly well made and super soft, and only gets better with each wear and wash.
Oliver and Rain make sustainable and organic baby clothing and are deeply committed to their mission to leave this world a better place for our children. They also believe that starts with sustainable practices that are not only baby-friendly but earth-friendly too. Which is why they choose to partner with one of India’s most eco-friendly garment manufacturers—Sree Santhosh Garments (SSG).
Mori makes some of the softest organic baby clothing we own, and the company really walks the walk when it comes to sustainability as a core brand mission. As makers of sustainable baby clothing, Mori is committed to being kind to our planet. They focus on crafting exceptionally high-quality products that are designed to last, so they can be worn and passed on again and again.
Kate Quinn makes affordable priced organic cotton basics in a wide variety of naturally dyed colors and prints. Some of my favorite baby basics are from Kate Quinn as they hold up so well to a lot of wear and tear, and are available at an affordable price point.
Q by Quincy Mae is the affordable organic baby clothing brand for Target from the popular sustainable clothing brand Quincy Mae. I was so excited to see this line launching at Target, because Quincy Mae is definitely on the expensive side, but this line for Target helps to make their organic baby clothing more accessible, and into the hands of more mamas and babies.
The Little Co. by Lauren Conrad focuses on using only organic cotton materials, and has a very Southern California beachy flare to the baby and kids brand. Some of my favorite summer pieces have come from The Little Co. and I love how affordable the line is for more families to be able to access.
Pact is one of my favorite sustainable clothing brands, and makes some incredibly high quality organic cotton basics for babies. I found that they run on the larger side and are much thicker and higher quality than most of the other organic baby basics I have purchased from other brands.
The popular sustainable skincare brand makes a great and accessible line of organic baby clothing and kids clothing. You can find their organic baby clothes in many major retailers like Target.
Gap has a specific line of organic baby clothes that focuses on improving the impact and sustainability of the fashion brand. I have been very impressed by the quality of the organic baby clothing from Gap, and am happy to see a large retailer choosing to put sustainability in the forefront of the products they are creating for children.
Similar to Gap, H&M also has a conscious choice collection for babies and kids that focuses on using organic and recycled materials. You can specifically search on their website for only their conscious products, which is a great way to show this fast fashion retailer that switching to sustainable production practices is the right thing to do and what consumers want!