Organic children’s, baby and adult clothes from ebbe

Here we have collected a small selection of our organic children, baby and adult clothes. Most of our range consists of organic garments which you will find under each category.

Over 95% of our production is made from organic cotton and recycled materials, with a goal and roadmap to reach 100% by 2025.
Our commitment to ethical design has created a wide range of eco-friendly and sustainable collections made for babies, children and adults, bringing family and friends together in timeless and functional fashion.

Each category welcomes you into the world of ebbe, where you will find a diverse selection of feel, look, style and colour.
Production begins with choosing the best organic and recycled materials that promise durability as well as form and function.
Our decisions have effects on the industry and the environment, so it is our responsibility to make the best decisions we can.
Technologies surrounding materials are evolving and we are dedicated to move with the times.
This is our goal, our mission and our responsibility.

We work with certified factories that see sustainability as we do; a powerfully positive resource.
Collaborating with like-minds forms an eco-conscious community moving in the right direction.
A community that we’re proud to be part of.

What is ecology for us?
Ecology is about our relationship with the environment. Sustainable fashion is based on the understanding that our choices have an effect. The more ecological responsibility we take, the more we achieve our goals without exploiting the environment.
Using materials from natural or recycled fabrics without harmful chemicals and dyes is a good start.
Organic cotton is grown using eco-friendly agricultural techniques. Less fuel and energy required equals lower carbon emissions. No harmful fertilizers and pesticides means a healthier crop and healthier working conditions.
Choosing a positive environmental path leads us all in the right direction and supports modern farming and fashion production.

Recycled materials
90% of the polyester we use in our production is recycled.
There is obviously a plastic crisis on the planet, so why use newly produced polyester when you can just as easily use recycled?
Our recycled polyester comes from old PET bottles, waste materials and textiles classified as secondary sorting. By using fabrics that are already in circulation, we can reduce our use of raw materials, especially those from non-renewable sources. It has concrete environmental benefits such as reduced amounts of water, energy and chemicals in production.
Recycled polyester is an excellent outdoor material as it is strong, retains its shape and withstands high wear and tear, whilst not wrinkling or shrinking significantly. In addition, it dries quickly.

Why should you buy organic children's clothes, baby clothes and adult clothes?

The simple answer is because organic is best.

Organic cotton is grown without any chemical pesticides or artificial fertilizers, which means that the cultivation has a smaller impact on our soil and the people who grow the cotton. The cultivation of organic cotton contributes to a well-functioning ecosystem, increased species richness and soil quality.

Clothes made from organic cotton have a high quality, with longer fibres and thus an increased lifespan.

The clothing industry has a big challenge in front of it, regarding the cultivation and production of textiles in a way that is as gentle as possible for the environment. Every brand must take responsibility in this mission.

By buying organic children's clothing, you help support sustainable production and contribute to a better world. Every time you spend your money it is a vote for the future. Consumer power is a way for each of us to shape the world we want to live in.

Three good reasons why you should choose organic cotton:

• Organic cotton is better for the environment
No chemical pesticides or fertilizers. Requires much less water than conventionally grown cotton, and in the production process there are strict rules for wastewater, dye and chemical use.

• Organic cotton is better for agricultural workers and textile workers.
No harmful chemical pesticides or fertilizers, means it is better for everyone who works in the cotton plantations. Exposure to such chemicals is extremely hazardous to health. Since these chemicals are prohibited at all stages of the production process, organic cotton is actually saving the lives of farmers and textile workers.

• Maybe organic cotton feels better to you?
If you choose to buy clothes made from organic cotton, you can be sure that the clothes were not made at the expense of others or were harmful to people, animals or the environment. A reason as good as anything!

What does it mean when a garment is labelled with a GOTS certification?
GOTS certifications are becoming the gold standard for products that meet and exceed strict requirements for sustainable production.
Key factors include the banning of genetically modified seeds and that the production chain is fully controlled from cotton cultivation to the final product. The entire process is regularly verified by independent inspectors.
The certification also includes strict checks on wages and working conditions and the prohibition of child labour.
We are very proud that many of our garments carry the GOTS certification.

How can you as a consumer contribute to a more sustainable future?
Material selection
Thankfully it’s becoming easier to buy garments made from eco-conscious materials.
Look for information on certifications and pay attention to the material the clothes are made of. It can feel like a jungle of different choices and labels. One tip is to choose natural materials rather than, for example, polyester, polyamide or acrylic, which all come from fossil raw materials.
Choose instead, organic cotton, bamboo, tencel (a cellulose fibre made from discarded wood pulp) or other recycled materials.
Consumer power makes the world of difference.

Think first - act later
Thoughtful purchases of high-quality eco-products save both time and money whilst also benefiting the environment. Read more in our blog about how you can plan your wardrobe via the so-called "Capsule Wardrobe".

Use instead of consume - no more wear and tear
Care for the clothes by washing them gently and airing when possible. Try to avoid fabric softeners, which contain harmful substances for the environment, and avoid tumble drying, which is energy-intensive and also wears out the clothes unnecessarily.

Patch and mend if possible
Repair clothes with minor cosmetic defects so that the lifespan increases and perhaps even add a little personal character.
Despite children's wild games and quick size changes, clothes should be cared for and kept for as long as possible, not seen as a "wear and throw away item".

Classic design in high quality lives longer
Timeless design and high quality means clothes live longer. Clothes from ebbe are an investment that is made to be worn, loved and inherited. The best we know is to hear from customers that the garments have been shared with family and friends. Passed to others to enjoy, again and again.

For 2nd hand to work, 1st hand must work
If you as a consumer invest in products with a long lifespan, the conditions are also created for a functioning secondary market.
Products that have a higher value from the start tend to have a longer lifespan and can be loved, inherited, donated or sold to someone who can use the product further.

Consumer power – choose who you support
This point cannot be understated. Large volumes of clothing production also have a large resource utilization and thus impact on the environment. It is easy to get caught up in the low-cost companies' marketing and "green washing".
As a consumer, it can be good to demand transparency and read about the companies' manufacturing processes.
Every consumer can influence through their choices of products. Is the price too low to be true? Is the material low quality and designed not to last? Is someone on the other end paying a high price? Maybe it's time not to choose that product, or choose it a little less often?
Nobody can do everything but everyone can do something. Every sustainable choice instead of an unsustainable one is a step in the right direction.
At ebbe, we think it's important to understand that every choice has an effect.

Please read more about our sustainability work around these important issues.
Our work on the beaten path continues in full force - you can count on that!

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