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Product description

This gorgeous suit features a cute snail allover print (water based print) by German Eco-fashion label loud+proud.

All edges with bindings from rib fabric in a red contrast colour.
Crotch with 2 press buttons.
Loop label at side seam.
Made in Europe.
Washable at 30C.
Made from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton.


Made by Loud+Proud.

Since 2013 loud + proud products carry the GOTS logo, one of the strictest worldwide standards with highest requirements concerning the sustainability of materials and a fair production for the entire production chain (www.global-standard.org). GOTS is the solution to achieve and to document a sustainable textile production.

Loud + Proud products carry the GOTS logo which means you can be assured that the complete production chain is fully certified. From the cultivation of cotton right up to the delivery of finished products by loud + proud each company is regularly checked for compliance with the strict GOTS criteria. This system provides security for all stakeholders (industry, trade and consumers), a security the individual has a lack of information and control for.

Organic Cotton Baby Onesie - Snail - Ink Blue - Long Sleeve

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Ethical Living

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Through sustainable business practices we can nurture a relationship between producers and consumers. This results in better prices and decent working conditions that help make better lives for people in need.

Let's face it, we're not all activists, however when faced with an informed decision between products made in sweat shops under slave like conditions OR people being paid fairly and given a chance at a better life... What would you choose?

How this purchase helps

  • Disadvantage
  • Refugees
  • Economic empowerment
  • Fairtrade