Apparel and accessories for baby break out of traditional pink and blue.
1 Charm necklaces, about $36, Sweet Cheeks Boutique, Sanford 2 Right Bank Babies reversible romper, $44, Lulu Belle Boutique, Baldwin Park 3 Locally made bib, $18, Cottage Industry, College Park 4 Kingsley T-shirt, $40, Lulu Belle Boutique 5 Harajuku Lovers crib shoes, $26-$29 each, Sweet Cheeks Boutique 6 Rattles, $38, Lulu Belle Boutique 7 Blabla frog doll, $38, Tugboat & The Bird, Winter Park 8 Petunia Pickle diaper bag, $164, Tugboat & The Bird
Environmentally friendly baby clothing is getting easier to find, especially online. Organic cotton is a popular choice because it is produced without pesticides that remain in the clothing after it is made. Other options include clothing made from more sustainable materials such as bamboo and recycled cashmere.
(organicadeluxe.com) This site offers cozy baby gifts such as clothing and blankets made from organic fleece and cotton, plus natural beauty products
Egg by Susan Lazar
(egg-baby.com) The collection includes a line of stylish and not-too-pricey organic baby and toddler clothes that are hip without being too precious.
(sagebabynyc.com) This line started from a series of “green” trunk shows for moms in New York City. Offerings include eco-friendly apparel, toys, furniture and skincare products.