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March, 2019

  1. Guides Size

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    March 18, 2019 by Katie Lawter

    Find the right size Simply measure your child’s height to find the right size for them. But keep in mind that children tend to have growth spurts, so always use an up-to-date measurement. Your child’s height in inches tells you which clothing size you need. We specify ages next to each size as a rough guide if it’s not possible to measure their height. But always measure if you have the chance to do so. How should the item fit? When choosing ordinary clothes, be guided by what feels most comfortable for your child. Make sure that your child can move freely, and that no part of the item feels tight or chafes. The ends of the sleeves should not be too short or hang …
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  2. Sustainability Efforts

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    March 14, 2019 by Katie Lawter

    KEY MILESTONES IN OUR SUSTAINABILITY WORK We’re proud of our sustainability efforts, but we intend to go much further. We aim to continue raising the bar to keep pace with scientific advancements and new opportunities that emerge, and step by step we’re moving in the right direction. We’ve set some tough goals for the future. Here are some examples of what we hope to achieve by 2020. GOALS FOR 2020: – By Spring 2020, 100% of all our cotton will be organic. – By Spring 2020, at least half of our cotton garments will be GOTS certified. – By Autumn 2020, 100% of our cotton garments up to size 80 will be GOTS certified. Our popularity in the second-hand market is something we see as …
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  3. How To Dress Your Baby For Spring

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    March 14, 2019 by Katie Lawter

    How to dress your baby as winter turns to spring One of the questions that we often get asked is about the best way to dress your baby in the transitional period between winter and spring, when the weather is unpredictable, and can alternate between chilly and mild in a short space of time. As all children are different, it’s impossible for us to say exactly what will suit your baby, but here are our top tips! Dress in layers Newborn babies don’t sweat the same way older children and adults do, therefore they don’t need to wear clothes that transport moisture from the body. Most important is for the clothes to be comfortable and warm. We recommend thermal layer (layer 1) in wool or …
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  4. Hat Guide

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    March 13, 2019 by Katie Lawter


  5. Layering Guide

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    March 13, 2019 by Katie Lawter

    The layering principle consists of three layers: The inner layer that keeps the body warm and dry. The middle layer that insulates warmth under the outer layer. The outer layer that also keeps the warmth in and the weather out.


  6. OUTERWEAR EXPERTS

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    March 5, 2019 by Katie Lawter

    What makes our outerwear so special.. We don’t mess around when it comes to outdoor play. Lightweight, flexible and extra durable in all the right places – because staying toasty warm shouldn’t stop outdoor play. – Lightweight yet durable– Safe detachable hoods– Reflectors all round for visibility in the dark– Pre-bent arms and legs for extra mobility– Chin guards for comfort– Quality zips– Strong knees and elbows– No harmful chemicals (free from PFCs)– “Anti dirt” finish for easy cleaning – Clever thermal base layers that help regulate body temperature Water-repellent Bionic-Finish® Eco impregnation “Our jackets are super hard wearing – so they look as good as new with every hand-me down.“ DURABLE IS SUSTAINABLEKids don’t always stay on two feet when playing. Their winter clothes need …
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