We Love: Skin and Bliss ethical fashion

While searching for a good toddler raincoat earlier this week, we stumbled across the lovely Skin & Bliss. Offering a fantastic collection of ethical children’s wear brands, the company ethos is one based on Fair Trade, organic and ‘made in the UK’ principles – things (naturally) that we whole-heartedly support.  Apart from the feel-good factor of shopping somewhere where you know ethical trading standards are being met, such high standards ensure that the collection is both original and well-made.

There are some great pieces available at reduced prices in the sale at the moment (including a raincoat), and, as a special offer to Mumfidential readers, there is an exclusive 10 per cent off non-sale items. Just enter MUM10 at checkout when placing your order online before 1st October 2015.

Here’s a selection of our top autumnal picks from collection.

Submarine Raincoat by Hatley, £17.50 (was £30)Hatley-Raincoat

Hatley is a leading light in environmental & social awareness. Founded over 20 years ago by three brothers from Canada, the company has remained true to its principles of producing great clothing whilst building strong social links to the community. This PVC-free raincoat is one of many jazzy designs within the range and has the added advantage of a cosy lining to keep little ones warm on cold, rainy days.

Endou slippers by Collegian, £20 plus exclusive 10% offCollegian-slippers-endou

A family run business that has been making comfy slippers in the south of France since, Collegian’s slippers come in a huge range of funky designs and are breathable, non-slip and flexible – perfect for the hyper-active toddler. We are adding these to our Christmas list.

Splat-face sweatshirt by Indikidual, £19.95, was £34Unknown-1

A popular north London kids’ brand, Indikidual makes fashionable clothing for babies and children using organic cotton. This splat-face sweatshirt is part of its new autumn collection and is with its unisex design is a good buy for him or her. Better yet, it’s machine washable.

Girls’ lambswool dress by Kidscase, £22.50, was £45Kidscase-lambswool-dress

Kidscase is a small, indie company founded in Amsterdam in 2000 that makes eco-friendly clothing for babies and children. Forget the daughters, we have our eye on this lambswool dress. Team it with a pair of leggings for the most stylish (and cosy) kid on the block.

Siberian jacket by Mini Rodini, £130 + exclusive 10% discountUnknown-2

One of Scandinavia’s fastest growing children’s wear brands, Mini Rodini was founded by Swedish illustrator Cassandra Rhodin. Placing sustainability high on the agenda in the creation of its super-stylish and imaginatively printed clothing, this is a brand for the best dressed. Just take a look at this mouse print Siberian jacket….

To claim your 10% discount, don’t forget to enter the code ‘MUM10’ at checkout when ordering non-sale items before 1st October 2015.

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