Babies teach adults important life lessons, such as the ease of one-piece dressing, the overvaluation of socks, and the hilarity of always throwing everything on the ground. Treat your best teacher right with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of organic baby clothes from The Green Creation.
The Green Creation creates casual clothing for babies and toddlers that eases proud parents’ eco-consciences, as all of its clothing is constructed using 100% certified-organic cotton and low-impact dyes. Streamlined and simple T-shirts, pants, and onesies are fashioned in a triad of colors—pink, blue, and off-white—and a succinct selection of graphics range from a cheerful globe to a surfing tot, sealing in baby bodies with style and ensuring that limbs can't escape to pursue ambulatory bottles. Babies bounce in snap-bottom onesies ($13.99), and tiny teens-to-be are the stars of the stroller park in kimono-style body suits in a leisurely pajama print ($19.99). Like miniature humans, toddlers truck around in cozy T-shirts ($13.99) and elastic-waist lounge pants ($13.99) roomy enough for rambunctious romps.
Gift and accessory items help swaddle and soothe young yearners, including cozy blankets that cosset cooing children in earth-friendly warmth ($29.99), and easy-to-wash bibs that allow neatnik newborns to keep their freshest foot forward ($5.99–8.99). Gift sets ($19.99–$99.99) compile favorites into affordable, accessible bundles.
The Green Creation
The Green Creation's founder, Smitha Prasad, fashions soft, comfy clothes for kids using GOTS-certified organic cotton tinged with colorful, nontoxic dyes free of azo compounds and other irritants. Each hoodie, onesie, bib, and dress cloaks little ones in hip, stylish cuts of cloth sourced from fair-trade farms and grown without the aid of harmful pesticides, an eco-friendly recipe that makes the wearer more likely to attract lots of hip, stylish flora and fauna. Retro floral prints and other exclusive designs decorate the apparel, whose soft fabric and mostly tagless construction reduce discomfort. Husks of paddy rice generate electricity for each garment's manufacture; all excess materials are recycled.