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Tinyleaf | Review

Tinyleaf logo from tinyleaf website

Tinyleaf is an eco-friendly company I came across via their twitter account which took me to their website!

tinyleaf.co.uk

Once I got to the website I fell in love with these guys…

tinyfeet characters- Tinyleaf Website

tinyfeet characters- Tinyleaf Website

These characters are printed onto vests, jumpsuits and tshirts (how sweet?!)

My favourite was the zebra so I got the zebra jumpsuit for Amelia in 3-6months.

It arrived quickly in the post which I was very happy about!- nothing worse than waiting forever for that delivery you know is coming.

Amelia has now worn the jumpsuit a few times and I’m really happy with the quality. Its comfy, the poppers do up nicely and the product washes well and dries nicely without shrinking!

This is Amelia in her jumpsuit:

Made with Repix (http://repix.it)

I think its a really sweet lazy day playtime outfit. For comfort reasons and it is just super chilled. The cream cotton then just the one animal print on it means there isn’t too much going on.

Jumpsuits- Tinyleaf Facebook

Jumpsuits- Tinyleaf Facebook

Seeing them all in this picture above folded makes me wish Amelia’s wardrobe was filled with them all. Choosing one of the these fun cute characters to put on for the day would be amazing!! What I also think is lovely is that these items are unisex each item would look just as sweet on a little boy or a little girl and any of the characters would suit whatever baby you have!

Tinyleaf are all about organic clothing but not just the clothing itself they take this into consideration for every aspect of the product from start to finish.

Tinyleaf – Why Tinyleaf:

That’s why every decision we make, from the way our tiny clothes are printed to the packaging it arrives in, is made with a planet friendly attitude. If there’s a way to use eco-friendly, organic or recycled materials we’ll make sure we do!”

The fabrics, graphics, label, tags and packaging are all organic, previously recycled items, 100% water-based inks  and are then recyclable themselves.

This is such a great mindset to have and to bring into your child’s life. Not every item of clothing needs to be organic and eco-friendly but just having one or two bits could be really helpful!

I know I will definitely be getting some more.

A really friendly company, excellent prices and great communication.

Tinyleaf logo from tinyleaf website

Tinyleaf logo – Tinyleaf website

How to find Tinyleaf:

Tinyleaf Website

Facebook Tinyleaf

Follow Tinyleaf

Thanks very much for reading and I hope you follow Tinyleaf on twitter and buy some Tinyleaf bits for yourself!

xx

2 Comments

  1. 6th March 2014 / 11:33 pm

    I definitely like organic clothes, the ethos behind them, and there are some really great designs out there. This is one of the best I’ve seen!

  2. Jessica Thornton
    7th March 2014 / 2:32 pm

    Aww she looks adorable! Rabbit is going to need one of these 🙂 xxx

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