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I am concerned about the environmental impact of the toddler clothing, shoes, and accessories I buy, are there any eco-friendly options available?

Hi everyone,

I am a new mom of a toddler and I am very concerned about the impact of the clothing, shoes, and accessories I buy on the environment. As we all know, the fashion industry is one of the largest contributors to pollution and waste in the world, and I don't want my choices as a consumer to contribute to this problem.

I would appreciate any recommendations for eco-friendly options for toddler clothing, shoes, and accessories. I'm looking for brands that use sustainable materials, have ethical manufacturing practices, and are transparent about their environmental impact. I am also open to second-hand options that are in good condition and can be reused instead of being thrown away.

Any advice or personal experiences with eco-friendly toddler clothing would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance.

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Hello everyone,

As a mom of a toddler, I can relate to wanting to find eco-friendly options for clothing, shoes, and accessories. One brand that I have personally used and recommended is Mini Mioche for toddler clothing.

Their clothes are made from 100% organic cotton, which is super soft and comfortable for little ones. They have a wide variety of stylish clothes with prints and patterns that appeal to both parents and children. They also have great eco-friendly packaging for their products, which is a bonus!

In terms of shoes, we have been using See Kai Run. They use materials like recycled rubber and canvas to create durable shoes for children. They also have a variety of stylish options that can be dressed up or down, depending on your needs.

Lastly, for accessories, I've been on the lookout for sustainable options for bibs and teethers. I found BapronBaby for bibs, which are made from eco-friendly materials, and Mushie for teethers, which are made from natural materials and come in stylish designs.

Overall, I hope these recommendations are helpful in finding eco-friendly options for toddler clothing, shoes, and accessories. It's always important to consider the impact of our choices on the environment, and it's great to find brands that are taking steps towards a more sustainable future.



I'm a new mom of a toddler and I completely relate to your concerns. I have been on a mission to find eco-friendly and sustainable options for my little one that are gentle on the environment. I would like to recommend a brand called Touched by Nature when it comes to toddler clothing.

They produce high quality, affordable clothing lines using organic cotton, which means they're free of harsh chemicals and synthetic dyes. They have an extensive range of stylish, affordable clothing for different seasons, which makes it easier for you to plan and purchase.

In terms of shoes, we have been using Toms. Toms are great for several reasons: firstly, they are made out of sustainable materials like organic cotton, hemp, and recycled polyester and secondly they give back and purchase carbon credits to offset their carbon footprint. That means with each purchase, you help support a good cause.

Lastly, when it comes to accessories, I've found that The Honest Company is a great place to find natural and eco-friendly products for toddlers. They have an amazing range of cruelty-free, recyclable, and sustainable options.

I hope these recommendations help! Going eco-friendly may seem overwhelming and expensive at first, but it's definitely worth it in the long-run.


Hello there,

I am a mom of a toddler too and I share your concerns about the environmental impact of toddlers' clothing, shoes, and accessories. Trying to find eco-friendly options for these products can be overwhelming, but I can recommend some brands and tips based on what I have learned.

One brand I love for toddler clothing is Burt's Bees Baby. They offer a wide range of clothes made from organic cotton, which is pesticide-free. They also boast of fair trade sourcing, making them an eco-friendly and ethical brand. Their clothes are comfortable, stylish and match well with different accessories.

For shoes, I have been using Livie & Luca. They create footwear using sustainable materials like recycled rubber, leather, and water-based adhesives that contribute to a cleaner environment. Their products are durable, stylish, and functional, which is important as little ones tend to be really active.

Finally, for accessories, I've started investing in reusable cloth diapers and wipes to create less waste. These products generate less landfill waste and are a gentler way to take care of your little one.

In conclusion, I think it's essential to invest in eco-friendly and sustainable options for toddler clothing, shoes, and accessories. Not only is it good for the environment, but it's also important to consider the materials that touch our children's skin.


Hi there!

I completely understand your concerns about the environmental impact of toddler clothing, shoes, and accessories. As a mom of two young children, I too have been on the hunt for eco-friendly options. I've come across a few brands that I can recommend based on my personal experience.

One of my favorite brands for toddler clothing is Frugi. They use 100% organic cotton and recycled materials in their clothing and have a range of cute and colorful designs. I have also found that their clothes hold up really well wash after wash.

For shoes, I love the brand Bobux. They use eco-leather made from recycled materials and their shoes are also designed to be durable and long-lasting. Plus, they have some really cute and stylish options.

When it comes to accessories, I recommend checking out Etsy. There are so many small businesses on there that make eco-friendly and sustainable accessories for toddlers. I personally love the bamboo utensil sets for toddlers and reusable snack bags made from recycled materials.

I hope this helps and gives you a place to start your search for eco-friendly toddler options!

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