1. Finding that “cute as can be” outfit.
2. “ingredients” that are in the clothes won’t hurt your child.
While I know that buying organic or fair trade items can be quite an investment, it’s a good investment. An investment not only into your child’s gleaming glow that the precious outfit emits, but in to communities that make the clothes too.
I have had PACT on here once before, and you have probably seen me talking about them over and over on Instagram as well. This time I have something a little different for you. It’s their baby clothes line. I have had friends tell me they purchased items like this for their child, from Whole Foods. We do not have a Whole Foods near us, (gasp!!), so we resort to purchasing online. I am happy to say that I’m loving the collection they have out for Fall right now.
Their Fair Trade line boasts 78 different items across 19 product styles including leggings, camisoles, t-shirts, and their signature undies. Available at Whole Foods and Nordstrom, PACT is paving the way for sustainable, responsible fashion for all!
I loved it so much that I did my daughter’s “monthly” picture in it. Isn’t she adorable 🙂
The PACT line of baby clothes ranges from onesies, to socks, to beanies and pants. You can literally dress your child in head to toe PACT clothes.
The reason I think you should choose PACT goes beyond the cute factor though. They make their items with Fair Trade in mind. That’s VERY cool. Did you read the image above so you too can understand what that means? Stuff like this makes me stick with a company…and talk about them too! They are going above and beyond. What other companies can you share with me that are doing this? I’ll give you a hint, the list isn’t very long. 🙂
Between this post featuring the PACT baby clothes, and the prior post I had featuring Fall Fashion from PACT, I would love to hear your thoughts on this brand. What do you think now?