Kids Eco-Friendly Clothing Is Not Just A Lifestyle Choice Claims MashNGravy

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MashNGravy an online kids boutique store claim that even during this tough economic climate, parents are choosing eco-friendly kids clothes against inexpensive kids garments normally found in supermarkets and discount chain stores if given the choice.

MashNGravy (http://www.mashngravy.com/) are a kids online boutique that sell eco-friendly kids clothing and started trading online at the start of the economic downturn.

However, even through the tough times, MashNGravy has grown and now close to its first year trading has nearly 10,000 visitors coming to the website every month.

It is not unusual that parents prefer their children to be wearing 'greener clothes', they are not your typical, regimented colours of blues or pinks, governed by so many supermarket chains and high street stores. Instead, greener, eco-friendly kids clothes have unique vibrant prints, ooze style and are made with responsible, careful manufacturing that put the inexpensive kids clothing garments found in supermarkets and discount chain stores to shame.

Julie Reid, owner of kids online boutique store, mashNgravy, said, "'At Mash n gravy we try to source responsibly produced children's clothing. Most labels, if not manufactured entirely from organic cotton or a bamboo/cotton mix, at least offer an organic capsule collection, thereby affording the consumer a choice. Our European brands adhere to the strict Oko-Tex standard 100 to ensure no content of harmful substances or chemicals and many can boast the Eu eco-label flower award guaranteeing the wellbeing and sustainability of the garment from the cotton's life in the field to the clothes on the shop floor. In order to stand by these principals, water based dyes and layering techniques are employed ensuring that the designs maintain their original bright colours wash after wash."

"Sustainably produced children's clothing may appear a little more expensive but it's superior quality will ensure that sibling after sibling can benefit as well as reducing the impact on our planet and mums purse in the long run." Added Miss Reid.

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