Good for your kids and good for the earth.
Dress up your little one into the youngest fashion icon without hurting the environment.
The Good Label curates and sells gorgeous design-led sustainably made clothes and accessories that you and your little ones will love. From upcycled bow tie singlets to retro jumpsuits and handmade bibs and headbands, The Good Label’s collection brings something a little different (and Good) to everyday staples.
NEXT: The Extra Smile →
How can ethical fashion brands play a role in safeguarding the world for children? The Extra Smile takes steps to be kind to the environment in every part of the manufacturing process — from mills using as little water as possible, to cotton growers not using pesticides or genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
For example, the Ivy’s tunic is made of printed made-to-order Cambric organic cotton while the Milo’s trousers are made of solid azo-free Twill Lycra.
NEXT: Kerry and Mase →
Established in 2014 by a Singapore-based mum, Kerry and Mase creates chic rompers and dresses in beautiful organic mulberry silk and cotton silk. These gorgeous pieces are designed in Singapore and handmade in Laos. Kerry and Mase also sells a range of hand crafted items which are sourced from makers around the region.
NEXT: Kalila Organics →
Inspired by Singapore’s sunny days and island breeze, Kalila Organics’ range of Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)-certified clothes are a bright and cheerful addition to any baby wardrobe. Even better, Kalila Organics has partnered with One Tree Planted to make sure that 1% of every purchase is used to fund the planting of new trees in key regions.
NEXT: Sea Apple →
Sea Apple, one of Singapore’s independent children’s boutique, has a wide collection of organic clothes with fun original prints for kids 0-6 years. Check out their new-ins for gorgeous dresses and shirts for girls and boys!
NEXT: Hunter + Boo →
Founded by sisters Beth and Sarah Medley, this award-winning ethical baby and kidswear label doesn’t compromise on style or personality. They are also made with care to leave as light a footprint on the environment as possible.
NEXT: Little Islanders →
Based in Hong Kong, with roots in Singapore and the Philippines, Little Islanders do not produce seasonal collections. Instead, they focus on timeless designs that your little ones can wear comfortably in all seasons.
The slow fashion label uses artisanal hand-loomed fabric from different parts of the Philippines and their clothes are small-batch manufactured in Hong Kong by a sewing workshop whose profits support grassroots and community work in the economically-disadvantaged areas of Hong Kong.
NEXT: Frugi →
This UK-based online store makes organic cotton clothes for babies, kids and mothers with factories in India, Turkey, Portugal and China. We love their reversible outfits (perfect for accidental and unexpected spills!) and check out the nifty adjustable button up straps and waistbands on the clothes so that your kids can continue to wear them as they grow. And good news, they offer free shipping to Singapore for orders above $200!
NEXT: Little Suite →
If your child is prone to rashes or eczema, switching to organic cotton might help, according to Singapore-based online store Little Suite. They specialise in 100% organic cotton children’s wear and they’re the local distributor for Sapling Child Australia, which engineers comfortable and soft organic baby wear. Besides practical clothes, they also stock feeding accessories and swaddles for newborns.
NEXT: OliveAnkara →
Blending African fabrics with modern designs, OliveAnkara also offers handmade clothes for your little ones under its OA Kids arm. The slow fashion and zero waste brand designs colourful clothes that kids can play, jump and express themselves in, and you might just be able to find a matching outfit for yourself too!
NEXT: The Good Label →
By Melanie Yap, January 2017 / Updated by Muneerah Bee, February 2020
Melanie Yap is the founder of corporate social responsibility agency A Very Good Company Singapore, which works with businesses to create and implement strategies that bring financial and social impact.
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