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Kimono Romper – Fig/White Breton

Kimono Romper – Fig/White Breton

baby sleepsuits
baby sleepsuits

The Unisex Organics baby sleepsuits Kimono style Romper in a classic breton stripe is truly fabulous. So comfortable and soft on little ones gentle, sensitive and delicate skin, keep your little one warm and snug throughout the year. Ideal to sleep, play in or even wear it out and about or under any clothing! Pigeon use lovely 100% organic cotton which is supremely soft!

Simple to change your little one in and out of this romper and great for nappy changes, thanks to the 4 poppers across the chest of the romper and 6 poppers around the legs! You can use the fantastic cuffs at the feet, to keep closed when babies are small and unfold them as they grow.

Why we love it:

  • 100% organic cotton baby clothes
  • Fabulous fig and white breton strip
  • 4 poppers across the chest area and 8 poppers around the leg
  • The legs can be turned over (inside out) so little feet can be covere
  • Comes in 5 sizes; Newborn, 0-3m, 3-6m, 6-12m and 12-18 months

Free Delivery on all UK orders

UK DELIVERY OPTIONS

Royal Mail Standard – 2 to 4 Working Days – FREE

Royal Mail 1st Class – 1 to 2 Working Days – £3.40

Next Working Day DHL Express – £9 (If ordered before 1 pm Mon to Fri)

EUROPEAN DELIVERY OPTIONS

European Standard Delivery – Estimated delivery within 7 working days – £7.50 (Free for orders over £100)

European DHL Express – 3 to 4 working days – £20

NORTH AMERICA DELIVERY OPTIONS

North America Standard Delivery- up to 2 weeks – £12 (Free for orders over £100)

North America – DHL Express – 3 to 6 working days – £20

AUSTRALIA DELIVERY OPTIONS

Australia Standard Delivery – up to 2 weeks – £14 (Free for orders over £100)

Australia – DHL Express – 3 to 6 working days – £26

REST OF WORLD DELIVERY OPTIONS

Rest of World Standard Delivery – Up to 2 weeks – £14 (Free for orders over £100)

Rest of World – DHL Express – 3 to 6 working days- £28

*If you are ordering from outside the UK or European Union local taxes and import duties may be applicable and payable when the delivery reaches the specified destination. You are responsible for payment of any such taxes and import duties. Please contact your local customs office for further information before placing your order. We cannot predict their amount or have any control over these.

**Please note! In the rare instance that your delivery is very heavy we may contact you for extra delivery costs.

DISPATCH TIMES

If your order has been accepted, we will dispatch your order as quickly as possible Monday to Friday. Orders placed after 1pm on Fridays will be dispatched the following Monday. For any orders placed over the weekend, these will be processed the following Monday.

TRACKING

Once your order has been fulfilled we will send you a confirmation email to the address you entered in your order. If you selected an express courier option, this will include your unique tracking number to track your parcel. You can track the progress of your delivery from despatch to delivery.

Returns Policy

We hope you love everything you order, but in case you don’t, not to worry. We will happily accept returns for unused merchandise in its original condition at time of purchase for up to 30 days from purchase date.

For items purchased on www.tillyandjasper.co.uk, we offer a full refund (with the exception of gift wrapping and shipping expenses associated with the order) if they are returned in their original condition within 30 days of purchase.

If in the unlikely event your product has a manufacturing defect, please contact us at support@tillyandjasper.com or call us on 020 7193 6913. We are here to help and resolve any concerns Monday through Saturday from 9am GMT to 6pm GMT.

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What Is the Soil Association? What Does Fairtrade Mean

What Is the Soil Association? What Does Fairtrade Mean

So you’re buying organic baby clothes, you’re trying to practise sustainable parenting, you buy cloth nappies. But do you actually know what the different key certifications/bodies related to organic clothing are? GOTS, Soil Association, OECO TEX, Fairtrade? What do they all mean?

Once upon a time, people just used to use the word ‘organic’ but now there seem to be acronyms galore and yes, it is worth knowing what they all mean.

baby boy leggings

Soil Association Certification

The organic cotton baby boy leggings you bought last week, have a label which says they are ‘Soil Association’ certified. What exactly does that mean then?

Soil Association Certification just happens to be The UK’s biggest organic certification body and believe it or not, it is directly responsible for certifying over 70% of all the organic products sold in The UK. And they don’t just certify organic clothes and textiles either. You may have already noticed that the nappy rash cream you’re using on your baby is also Soil Association certified.

The Soil Association is actually a charity which campaigns for humane and sustainable food, farming and land use and has been working on organic textiles for more than 10 years. They played a huge role in the development of the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)..

What is GOTS?

GOTS is the sole organic textile processing standard which is recognised throughout the world. It ensures and guarantees integrity at every step of the supply chain. If you see GOTS on a clothes label then you know that the product is environmentally compliant as well as socially. The fibres will be organically grown, the processing will be eco-friendly and throughout the whole manufacturing process, the company has remained socially responsible.

What is Fairtrade?

Then there’s Fairtrade. This is probably the label and logo we come upon most when looking for organic baby clothes. Choosing Fairtrade cotton baby clothes will ensure that the farmers involved in the production get a better deal. Fairtrade work with disadvantaged farmers and workers to promote fairer trading conditions and opportunities. They empower the cotton producers to help them fight poverty and strengthen their trading position. Fairtrade also protect workers’ rights and the environment.

Fairtrade, like The Soil Association, certifies products and ingredients. When all the ingredients in a product that possibly can be Fairtrade are so, then the product will carry the Fairtrade logo.

OEKO-TEX®

OEKO TEX certification is much less well-known than the others above. In a nutshell though, their certification includes testing for an extremely long list of chemicals, toxins, phthalates and pesticides. Products certified by OEKO TEX will have been tested for allergy-inducing dyes and chlorinated phenols amongst other things. This particular certification doesn’t mean a product is organic, although some of them are obviously. What it does mean though is that the product is free of harmful substances..

So there you are then! Those labels on your organic baby clothes all mean something a little bit different and now you at least have some idea what they mean.

 

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