by Anna Karsten

10 Adorable Organic Cotton Baby Clothes Brands

Finding baby and toddler clothes you like and are within your price range can be a challenge.

I can honestly say that I tested a LOT of brands at different price ranges. None of these were sponsored and I’m not obliged to say anything positive or negative about any brand – so if you have any additional questions please ask me in the comment section at the bottom of the post 🙂

BIG NO-NOs and brands I don’t recommend:

When it comes to baby clothes big stores like Walmart, Target, BuyBuyBaby and so on are packed with baby clothes that might seem cheap at the first sight.

The thing is, they look like crap after a few washes, are terribly unsustainable and the designs are quite questionable stereotyping gender and with really stupid slogans.

When I had my first baby I began testing lots of brands after finding out how much choice is out there. Having a tall and skinny boy, I was often looking into girls’ sections as well – only to find that if you visit BuyBuyBaby you’ll pretty much have pink ruffled & blue striped sections available with almost nothing in between.

I wanted the baby clothes to look good without breaking the bank. If you want to get clothes that have a pass-on quality or simply wear them longer than one season, plus are made of good materials I have some recommendations for you.

And, this is before I even knew about ridiculous regulations that require certain items to be sprayed with toxic flame retardants. Since then, I only buy when I know it hasn’t been treated with this.

Before we begin…

Here are some brands I recommend avoiding:

  • Carters – probably the most popular brand in the US and absolutely terrible, cheesy, and quality is bad.
  • PatPat – another popular shop due to prices, but you might be better off getting clothes from AliExpress since they’re basically dropshipping it from there. Most clothes there are super off-size (one set for 3 months was actually 2T) and made of very slimy non-breathable materials.
  • Cat&Jack – leading brand at Target stores, it’s a very stereotypical brand (I challenge you to find a non-glittery or pink stuff for girls), very wide so only works for super chubby babies, and basically done after up to 10 washings (if even). Many of their items get constantly recalled as well.


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1. Monica + Andy (cotton)

Best For | Organic rompers & overalls
Products | Baby + Toddler
Sizing | True to size
Ships To | International
Price Range | $$

Monica + Andy offers the safest GOTS-certified organic fabrics with limited edition prints.

On the mid-range side for pricing, but they sell quality items and you can get discounts like $20 off your first purchase.

Shipping is super quick as well.


2. Kate Quinn Organics (bamboo + cotton)

Best For | Organic rompers & overalls
Products | Baby + Toddler
Ships To | US
Price Range | $

Kate Quinn Organics offers boho designs with the best quality on the market if you ask me. Ironically, their products are the cheapest on the market.

They use 100% organic cotton and bamboo and every single product I got was of amazing quality and totally worth the price.

Plus, they have a rewards program so already cheap items “pay off”.



3. Touched By Nature on Amazon (cotton)

Best For | Rompers, bibs, crib sheets
Products | Baby + Toddler
Sizing | Runs large but shrinks after the first wash
Ships To | International
Price Range | $

Touched by Nature is a very affordable brand that I found completely by accident on Amazon. I have a lot of their rompers and got bibs recently as well.

They offer a wide selection of playful patterns and animal prints.

4. Molo (cotton)

Best For | everything!
Products | Baby + Toddler Kids
Ships To | International
Price Range | $$

Molo is a brand that directly doesn’t ship to the US, but has lots of retailers.

I usually get them from Alex+Alexa store. I always thought designer clothes can be fun, but out of range, but fortunately not with this shop as they run lots of sales.

Molo’s designs are bold, fun and my kids love them. They both might be wearing Molo nonstop to be honest… their clothes last forever so it’s definitely a hand-me-down or “sell on Mercari or Poshmark after” type of clothing.

P.S. I love their swim shirts.

5. Finn + Emma (cotton)

Best For | Bodysuits & overalls
Products | Baby + Toddler
Ships To | International
Price Range | $$

Finn+Emma is another small company with quality clothes and awesome unisex & not busy too designs.

They use 100% organic cotton. Their cotton begins with crops that are grown without harsh pesticides, are GMO-free, and use far less water than conventional farming methods.

They run lots of sales, so you can get their items for less.



6. Hanna Andersson (cotton)

Best For | Pajamas
Products | Baby + Toddler + Kids + Matching Adults
Sizing | Slim fit
Ships To | International
Price Range | $$

Hanna Andersson is known for its pajamas for the entire family. We have a ton of their pajamas and they keep going strong.

The use of 100 percent organic Pima cotton ensures these garments are breathable.

Their clothes are made for slim kiddos, so if your baby is chubby it might not be the greatest fit, but for mine it’s just perfect.


7. Primary (cotton)

Best For | Organic rompers & overalls
Products | Baby + Toddler + Kids
Ships To | International
Price Range | $

Primary uses super soft and sustainable fabrics.

Every color for every kid with no slogans is their motto that I wholeheartedly support.

They tend to run a bit slimmer, which is perfect for my kid, but if you have a child in 50th percentile I suggest sizing up.


8. Boden (cotton)

Best For | Sets & shirts
Products | Babies + Toddlers + Kids
Sizing | Runs slightly large
Ships To | International, but takes a while
Price Range | $$$

Boden is a cute UK-based shop with clothes of pass-on quality. It is on the pricier side, but they give you a 6-month warranty that you can send a photo of the item if it got bad in the wash and they’ll refund you.

We have a lot of stuff from them. One thing I don’t recommend is their overalls as I’m yet to find a set that’s not falling off.

Boden also gives back to mental health organizations in its local community.


9. JoJoMaman (cotton)

Best For | Overalls and outwear
Products | Babies + Toddlers
Sizing | Runs slightly large
Ships To | International for a charge
Price Range | $$

JojoMaman is another UK-based brand with a range of cute patterns.

I particularly love their overalls and outwear like jackets and snowpants.

They stopped their US shop due to shipping issues caused by covid, but you can still order from their UK site (in fact, it’s cheaper than it was on the American site) and just pay for shipping.

They also occasionally appear on Zulily and then the shipping is free, so keep an eye out.

Or get 15 GBP off your first order.

10. Owlivia on Amazon (bamboo + cotton)

Best For | Rompers, footies, sleeping bags
Products | Baby + Toddler
Ships To | International
Price Range | $

Owlivia uses cotton certified by GOTS organic and offers completely unisex designs. They recently also introduced a bamboo collection.

Important: cold wash and don’t put in a dryer, otherwise it will shrink enormously since it’s organic cotton.


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