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Snuggle Suit – Blue Hares
organic baby dress
organic baby dress

The Unisex organic baby dress Snuggle Suit in a beautiful Blue Hares print is truly fabulous. Fully fleece lined, it is absolutely ideal for chillier days. So comfortable and soft on little ones gentle, sensitive and delicate skin, yet amazingly warm and snug. Without a doubt one of our most favourite items from across the entire range!

Simple to take on and off thanks to the full poppered front, and even the hood can be unpopped to lie nice and flat. You can use the fantastic cuffs at the wrists and feet, to keep closed when babies are small, or to keep snug and unfold them as they grow.

Why we love it:

  • 100% organic cotton
  • Fully fleece lined
  • Fabulous blue hares print
  • Easy popper opening
  • Lie flat hood
  • Fold over cuffs

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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Organic Fairtrade Cotton – Raspberry Pointelle Babygrow
organic baby clothes
organic baby clothes

New this season are our soft delicate pointelle babygrows with an embroidered moon and stars on the pocket. Our unisex playsuit is made from super soft organic baby clothes, perfect for your little one to wiggle about in.

Why so special?

  • All our babygrows are sized a little bit bigger so you get more wear out of them and will fit cloth and conventional nappies alike.
  • Popper opening on the legs for easy dressing.
  • Made from the best quality 100% organic Fairtrade cotton.
  • Machine washable

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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Buy Organic Baby Clothes in UK

One of the inexpensive stores for finding all those great organic baby clothes is Ackerman’s, I could not stop chuckling when I seen the funniest little baby grow, with these little flared pants coming out of them with a cute top over that. I guess all you mothers need to get some nice warm clothes for your babies with this very fresh winter weather in London and the rest of United Kingdom at the moment.

Organic baby clothes

Organic baby clothes
Organic baby clothes

Really if you moms need to find those inexpensive baby clothes, there is so many places to go especially factory stores. Here is a newest one at 7 Bark St, Tokai, the road between Spotty Dog and Builders Warehouse called Going Under for everyone really in the family from mom, dad and kids. Of course you have to dig about abit, like any other inexpensive place you do need a bit of patience, they are having a sale at this moment in time, wonderful news, so things are even inexpensive.

I seen some of those lovely polar fleece baby grows with a hood, its so adorable and so nice on, baby is so roast toasty inside.

Tees with personality in organic baby clothes

Shop around and you will find all those tees with a bit of a personality, from the earth child store, seen a little girl wearing one in woolies today, so cute, clean and natural, brings us back to the real earth feeling, even the beanie ears so funky. I got to say the even the boys clothes look pretty stylish.

Kids are always great for a bit of tees with that unique personality of your kids.

Pumpkin Patch is another great stylish store for baby girls or baby boys, with boy’s tees with some car attitude.

Organic kids clothing for new born babies is ever so cute, with all the tees and baby grows with the appliqué animals on them, so uniquely different.

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Zipped Babygrow – Flamingo Penguin Huddle – Organic Cotton
babygrow
babygrow

This fab Zipped Babygrow, in a gorgeous Flamingo Pink Penguin Huddle design, has a fab zip fastening all the way down the front to help make dressing and changing time that little bit easier!

Why we love it?

  •           Made from Organic Cotton Interlock with a hint of Elastane in the binding for extra comfort
  •           Contrasting Seaglass Blue binding and cuffs
  •           Comfy Organic Baby Clothes Jersey lining on the inside front panel
  •           Popper to the side of the neck with a handy zip guard
  •           Integrated fold-back scratch mitts
  •           Cosy feet
  •           Printed back label

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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Baby Clothes Sale

So now the new grandbaby is actually here, I can stop wistfully staring at newborn sleepsuits and other baby clothes online and buy something for real!  He’s a boy so I don’t have to just look at unisex baby grows now, I can look at the baby boy clothes too.

As you’d expect there’s a particularly good organic baby clothes sale on here at Tilly and Jasper! But to be honest most of the good sites out there have a bit of a clear-out at this time of year to make room for their autumn ranges.

This lovely Kite Flamingo organic cotton romper is available with £5 off and it’s one of my favourites. It’s a gorgeous warm yellow colour with a very striking flamingo print.

organic clothes baby
organic clothes baby

There’s £5 off this Seagull Print T-Shirt too!  It’s made from 100% GOTS certified cotton and is super-soft. But take a look at these incredibly cute baby boy leggings tell me they’re not adorable. How cute is that little chick motif! Great for boys and girls alike, I’ll be getting a pair for sure!

organic baby clothing
organic baby clothing

If you’re looking for baby girl clothes and you’re not one for frills and flounces, then I think you’ll love this summery stripy dress. This Mutli Stripe Short Sleeve T-Shirt Dress comes in 100% GOTS certified organic cotton fabric and is a really easy-wear piece. I reckon they should do a Mum version of this one as it would be incredibly popular.

baby organic clothes
baby organic clothes

And what’s not to love about this Stripy Sunflower T-Shirt. The applique sunflower is soft to the touch, simple and super-cheerful. As with all Tilly and Jasper baby clothes, it’s machine washable and brilliant for tots with sensitive skin.

organic cotton baby clothes
organic cotton baby clothes

There’s up to 50% off in the Tilly and Jasper kids clothes sale but you’ll need to get a move on as we’re selling out fast!

From This Source:- https://www.tillyandjasper.co.uk/blogs/news/baby-clothes-sale

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Our Top Picks for Baby This Spring

It’s very easy to go overboard when you start buying bits and bobs for your new baby. Everything looks so cute and adorable. And so tiny too!

Ok , we may be biased but here are a few of our favourites this Spring.:

Giant Muslin Bamboo Swaddle Blanket – Tutu Elephant

We absolutely love this baby swaddle blanket Blanket to bits. It’s unbelievably soft and you’ll be able to wash it time and time again without it losing its softness. It’s really versatile too. Pop it over your shoulder when you’re burping your little one or drape it over your shoulder when breastfeeding. Swaddled in this gorgeous bamboo muslin, your baby will feel super-comfy and the fabric is breathable to reduce the risk of your little one overheating. Buy it for yourself or as a newborn baby gift.

Organic Applique One Piece – Rose Dot Hedgehog

This gorgeous short sleeve baby body from Milkbarn iis made with 100% GOTS certified organic cotton and is lovely and soft. We particularly like the sweet applique design. Yes it’s perfect for baby to sleep in but let’s be honest, it’s perfectly stylish to wear in the day too.

Brushed Cotton Sheep Pyjamas

There’s a bit of an animal theme going on here methinks! These babies pyjamas are 100% brushed cotton and supersoft like all our clothes here at Tilly and Jasper. They have cute little pockets and come in a beautiful matching drawstring bag. The pyjamas would make a perfect gift, don’t you think?

Baba & Boo Reusable Cloth Nappy

Cloth nappies look so good nowadays that you can’t blame Mums for not wanting to cover them up with clothes. This nappy comes in 5 different designs but we love the Daisy Chain one best. The great thing is that it’s a one-size nappy which will fit any baby between 10 and 36lbs. Yes it’ll be a bit big for a newborn but it won’t be long before your baby is 10lbs. The nappy also comes with a couple of bamboo and cotton inserts. The microfibre lining next to your baby’s skin is lovely and soft and draws moisture away from baby to keep him or her dry and nappy-rash free.

Bamboo Baby Bowl

There’s been so much stuff in the media recently about trying to cut down the amount of plastic in the environment, that this bamboo baby’s bowl was a must for our list. It’s natural and chemical-free so you don’t have to worry about BPAs. We love that it’s made from one single piece of fairly traded and certified organic bamboo with no glues used at all. It’s perfect for tiny hand, is safe and will last and last.

Paradise Birds Dungarees

If they made something adult-size in this fabric, I’d be there in a shot. The striking birds of paradise on these LGR dungarees are so colourful! The dungarees are comfy and soft with poppers here, there and everywhere for easy nappy-changing. They are ethically made from Fairtrade organic cotton – so eco-friendly as well as gorgeous. Little Green Radicals make beautiful baby clothes – stylish as well as practical.

Whether you’re buying for your own baby or as a gift, we think we have plenty of eco-friendly organic baby clothes and other bits & bobs to suit all tastes. What do you think?

 

check here:- https://www.tillyandjasper.co.uk/blogs/news/our-top-picks-for-baby-this-spring

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Child Labour in the Textile Supply Chain

Where, why and what can be done

Around 260 million children are in employment around the world, according to the International Labour Organisation (pdf). Of them, the ILO estimates that 170 million are engaged in child labour, defined by the UN as “work for which the child is either too young – work done below the required minimum age – or work which, because of its detrimental nature or conditions, is altogether considered unacceptable for children and is prohibited”.

Child labour is forbidden by law in most countries but continues to be rife in some of the poorest parts of the world.

“The ILO estimates that 170 million are engaged in child labour, with many making textiles and garments to satisfy the demand of consumers in Europe, the US, and beyond”

The situation is improving. ILO estimates suggest child labour declined by 30% between 2000 and 2012, but still 11% of the world’s children are in situations that deprive them of their right to go to school without interference from work.

Many of these child labourers work within the fashion supply chain, making the textiles and garments to satisfy the demand of consumers in Europe, the US, and beyond.

Why does it exist?

Fast fashion has engendered a race to the bottom, pushing companies to find ever-cheaper sources of labour. That cheap labour is freely available in many of the countries where textile and garment production takes place.

Sofie Ovaa, global campaign coordinator of Stop Child Labour, says: “There are many girls in countries like India and Bangladesh, who are willing to work for very low prices and are easily brought into these industries under false promises of earning decent wages.”

A recent report  by the Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO), and the India Committee of the Netherlands (ICN) revealed that recruiters in southern India convince parents in impoverished rural areas to send their daughters to spinning mills with promises of a well-paid job, comfortable accommodation, three nutritious meals a day and opportunities for training and schooling, as well as a lump sum payment at the end of three years. Their field research shows that “in reality, they are working under appalling conditions that amount to modern day slavery and the worst forms of child labour”.

Child labour is a particular issue for fashion because much of the supply chain requires low-skilled labour and some tasks are even better suited to children than adults. In cotton picking, employers prefer to hire children for their small fingers, which do not damage the crop.

Children are seen as obedient workers who slip under the radar, making them easy to manage. Ovaa says: “There is no supervision or social control mechanisms, no unions that can help them to bargain for better working conditions. These are very low-skilled workers without a voice, so they are easy targets.”

Employers get away with it because the fashion supply chain is hugely complex and it is hard for companies to control every stage of production. That makes it possible to employ children without big brands and consumers ever finding out.

Where is it happening?

The countries highlighted above were identified by SOMO as particularly notorious for child labour in the textile and garment industry
Children work at all stages of the supply chain in the fashion industry: from the production of cotton seeds in Benin, harvesting in Uzbekistan, yarn spinning in India, right through to the different phases of putting garments together in factories across Bangladesh.

In the organic cotton baby clothes industry, children are employed to transfer pollen from one plant to another. They are subjected to long working hours, exposure to pesticides and they are often paid below the minimum wage. In developing countries where cotton is one of the main crops, children are enlisted to help harvest the delicate crop and reports suggest (pdf) they work long hours sowing cotton in the spring, followed by weeding through the summer months.

“An estimated 170 million children are engaged in child labour, or 11% of the global population of children, according to the International Labour Organisation”

At the next step of the chain, in the yarn and spinning mills, child labour is rampant. The SOMO report (pdf) found that 60% of workers at the mills it investigated in India were under-18 when they started working there; the youngest workers were 15 when they joined.

Children also work in the “cut-make-trim” stage, when clothes are put together. SOMO says: “In garment factories, children perform diverse and often arduous tasks such as dyeing, sewing buttons, cutting and trimming threads, folding, moving and packing garments. In small workshops and home sites, children are put to work on intricate tasks such as embroidering, sequinning and smocking (making pleats).”

What are the challenges?

One of the biggest challenges in tackling child labour in the fashion supply chain is the complex supply chain for each garment. Even when brands have strict guidelines in place for suppliers, work often gets sub-contracted to other factories that the buyer may not even know about.

Ovaa says: “Companies that sell their products in Europe and the US have no clue where the organic cotton clothing come from. Maybe they know their first supplier and there are codes of conduct in place, but further down the chain in the lower tiers it is very difficult to understand where the cotton comes from.”

Tackling child labour is further complicated by the fact it is just a symptom of larger problems. Where there is extreme poverty, there will be children willing to work cheaply and susceptible to being tricked into dangerous or badly paid work.

Lotte Schuurman at the Fair Wear Foundation says if parents have no education they will end up in low-paid work; their children will be forced to work, they will miss out on their education, and they too will end up in low-paid work as adults. “You need to get out of that vicious circle of poverty to decline child labour,” she says.

What can businesses do?

Schuurman says there are practical steps that companies can take to rid their supply chains of child labour. “Brands can start off by creating a supply register. Fashion brands normally have 200 or more suppliers. You should start by knowing who your manufacturers are and visiting them.” On these visits, she says brand representatives must watch out for signs the factory is sub-contracting; they should be concerned, if the factory does not have enough workers for the amount of t-shirts it produces.

Companies can also address their purchasing practices, which can make working conditions worse. Schuurman says: “To meet tight deadlines or unanticipated orders, factories may sub-contract without informing the buying companies. Sometimes that is enforced by the brand; it puts too much pressure on the factory.” Companies can adjust their purchasing practices to lighten the load and ensure the factories they have inspected fulfil their orders, she says.

It is also important to make workers aware of their rights so they know where to file a complaint. “Although most clothing brands don’t own their own factories, they do have a lot of influence. We want to work with brands that want to work with their factories,” says Schuurman.

article source:-https://www.tillyandjasper.co.uk/blogs/news/child-labour-in-the-textile-supply-chain

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