Nosilla Organics is the first company in North America producing a line of Certified Organic baby clothes carrying the Fair Trade Certified Logo. This company takes their sourcing to heart and makes sure that people are paid fairly in developing countries. How can you not love a company that does good and creates beautiful organic clothing?
Kenzie is still enjoying her outfit from Nosilla and I was thrilled for Mason to receive the Kimono Bodysuit in Red Owls and Red Pocket Pant.
I absolutely love the kimono style of the bodysuit because it means no overhead dressing and no irritated Mason because he can't see (during those few seconds). I can just lay the bodysuit out then lay Mason on top and voila - he's ready to go! The snaps are a breeze to use and organic cotton fabric includes a bit of spandex for stretch.
This is perfect for meaty babies like Mason. I like the low leg of the bodysuit because when he wears it sans pants, his diaper is fully covered and he can wear it stand alone with some leg warmers, socks or barefoot.
The pocket pants are just perfect to accomodate his chunky thighs and bum. The waistband is thick and the pants stay put once on. I like the rib detailing at the cuff and the stitching is impeccable. The owl design is funky and fresh and the pattern is eye-catching. I love taking photos of Mason in this outfit.
The quality of Nosilla Organics pieces are fabulous for the price. The mix and match feature is great as well for those with siblings who want to coordinate. The pieces are easy to wash in the machine and come out like new without fading or fraying. Check out their selection of organic baby clothing and you won't be disappointed.
Buy It: You can purchase the Kimono Bodysuit for $28 and Pocket Pant for $28.
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