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Organic baby clothing line inspired by camping

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Tane Organics stylishly reminds parents of babies and toddlers to give some thought to quality, purity, and environmental impact when they buy clothing for the generation that will inherit the earth.

Tane, which translates to “seed” in Japanese, has created a winter collection inspired by the sweet concept of enjoying the great outdoors on a family camping trip.

Part of this “wilderness luxe” line, this soft, felted, alpaca wool kimono jacket is crafted from yarn that is 60 percent alpaca and 40 percent wool and crafted to offer the comforting warmth of a camper blanket.

The attention to detail, like the charming, functional, covered buttons and tiny pocket, adds to the charm. Available in two colors: pebble or charcoal.

Felted Kimono Jacket by Tane Organics, $163, taneorganics.com.

Updated 7:03 pm, October 28, 2016
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organicallyhatched says:
Thanks for sharing information about organic baby
Nov. 12, 2012, 6:15 am
Sarah Sherlock from http://www.mylittlepickle.co.uk/ says:
Some organic baby clothes may not be washable. However, Hatley and Emile et Rose are two designers that offer organic baby clothes and non-organic options that withstand many washings without fading or stretching. Because babies may spit up, they tend to go through many clothing changes at first.
Parents want clothing that won’t cause their baby skin rashes and won’t have to be taken to the cleaners after every wearing. They do not to have to pay an additional cleaning bill because they bought organic baby clothes. Parents should consider the ease of wash and wear before they look at the price tag. Even cheap organic baby clothes are not worth the cost if they require additional care instructions or an additional trip to the dry cleaners.
March 12, 2013, 6:58 am

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