Organic Babywear

When dressing your little one, there are so many options to choose from. 

However, something we don’t often consider when picking out clothing is that it is not all created in the same way. Most children’s clothing is created with non-organic cotton and therefore sprayed with toxic chemicals. I’m not sure about you, but considering skin is the largest organ in our bodies, (and absorbs 60-90% of what you put on it straight into your bloodstream), shouldn’t a baby’s delicate and sensitive skin only be in contact with organic, non-toxic clothing?!

With that said, this is where NIOVI Organics comes in. They are a childrenswear label based out of Australia creating GOTs certified rompers, bodysuits, dresses and more for your little ones that won’t harm people or the planet. 

Niovi Organics Organic Babywear

Ethical Manufacturing 

All of the clothing is thoughtfully designed in a small studio in Melbourne and ethically made in India. It is great to know that the founders have personally inspected the factories to ensure that they meet their standards. 

NIOVI organic childrens wear

These standards are:

  • no child labour is involved
  • employment is freely chosen
  • fair pay
  • safe and hygienic working conditions 
  • no discrimination 
  • + more

The founder, Punitha, started NIOVI Organics after seeing how the dyes from the fashion industry have harmed the planets beautiful landscapes.

The cotton is GOTs certified which covers the entire supply chain behind it, from the field to final product and ensures that eco-friendly dyes are used and that the cotton is organically grown.

An ethical, environmentally responsible fashion industry should be the norm an I look forward to the day that becomes a reality – Punitha, Founder of NIOVI Organics

NIOVI organic childrens wear

Simple Design

Each of the prints on NIOVI Organics’ garments are inspired by nature, each one having a unique story behind it. 

NIOVI organic childrens wear

Social Contribution

NIOVI give back to the Sudaroli Home For the Blind located in Mettur, India. The home makes it possible for blind people to live a dignified life by training them to produce handicrafts, candles, incense sticks, soap powders and paper envelopes. Because the home relies on no state support, your purchases from NIOVI really make a difference.

If you would like to purchase a piece of NIOVI’s beautiful clothing, head to their website here

Or, check them out via Instagram and Facebook


Founder + Blogger

Hey there! I'm Brodie, the passionate blogger behind Ethically Engaged. My mission is to find ethical lifestyle options to lead you in the direction of conscious consumerism. I hope you enjoy coming along this journey with me x

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