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Organic Cotton

Here you can see our full collection of kids clothes that are made with 100% certified organic cotton. This guarantees that the cotton is sourced from farms that do not grow genetically modified plants.

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One of the staple fabrics we use here at Bella + Frank is organic cotton and every single piece in this range is made from it!

We choose to create many of our children’s garments using organic cotton, because it’s soft, even softer than regular cotton. Without harmful chemicals and pesticides used in the growing process, the material has longer softer fibres and is less brittle.

The other major benefit of using organic textiles is the incredible difference in the impact they have on the environment compared to mainstream fabrics. There are many different ways in which organic agriculture practices cause less harm to the environment such as the below:

  • Non GMO
  • No chemicals
  • Less water waste
  • Combats emissions

Non-GMO

Genetic modification of plants, in this case cotton, is most often done so that they can grow even when sprayed with pesticides. This makes them hardier, meaning farmers can kill the insects that eat crops whilst continuing to propagate their valuable plants.

No chemicals

Why is genetic modification bad for the environment? 

It’s not the genetically engineered plants that harm the environment, but the chemicals that the modification allows. Pesticides don’t just kill the little bugs that like to chew on crops, but also very distressingly they also harm pollinators and in particular bees. The importance of insects to our environment on micro and macro levels cannot be understated.

Less water waste

The use of pesticides also depletes vital nutrients in soils, making them more dry and arid. This requires big agriculture to use significantly more water to keep their crops hydrated that is not necessary when growing organically.

Combats emissions

As well as holding moisture better, soil enriched using organic fertilizer helps to store more carbon. Reducing the amount of carbon emitted into the air is key to slowing down the negative effects of climate change. In fact, organic cotton has been known to release 46% less greenhouse gases than mainstream growing methods.

We choose to create many of our children’s garments using organic cotton, because it’s soft, even softer than regular cotton. Without harmful chemicals and pesticides used in the growing process, the material has longer softer fibres and is less brittle.

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The other major benefit of using organic textiles is the incredible difference in the impact they have on the environment compared to mainstream fabrics. There are many different ways in which organic agriculture practices cause less harm to the environment such as the below:

  • Non GMO
  • No chemicals
  • Less water waste
  • Combats emissions

Non-GMO

Genetic modification of plants, in this case cotton, is most often done so that they can grow even when sprayed with pesticides. This makes them hardier, meaning farmers can kill the insects that eat crops whilst continuing to propagate their valuable plants.

No chemicals

Why is genetic modification bad for the environment? 

It’s not the genetically engineered plants that harm the environment, but the chemicals that the modification allows. Pesticides don’t just kill the little bugs that like to chew on crops, but also very distressingly they also harm pollinators and in particular bees. The importance of insects to our environment on micro and macro levels cannot be understated.

Less water waste

The use of pesticides also depletes vital nutrients in soils, making them more dry and arid. This requires big agriculture to use significantly more water to keep their crops hydrated that is not necessary when growing organically.

Combats emissions

As well as holding moisture better, soil enriched using organic fertilizer helps to store more carbon. Reducing the amount of carbon emitted into the air is key to slowing down the negative effects of climate change. In fact, organic cotton has been known to release 46% less greenhouse gases than mainstream growing methods.

Birch Grey Skirt
£25.00

Organic Cotton Skirt

Birch Grey T-Shirt
£15.00

Organic Cotton T-Shirt

Blue Frank Skirt
£32.00

Organic Cotton Skirt

Blue Frank Sweatpants
£34.00

Organic Cotton Sweatpants

Blue Frank T-Shirt
£25.00

Organic Cotton T-Shirt

Ceramic Stripe Skirt
£29.00

Skirt with Scale Side Stripe

Ceramic Stripe Sweatpants
£33.00

Organic Cotton Sweatpants

Frank Dog Knit Sweater
£66.00

Organic Cotton Jacquard Knit Sweater

Friends of the Earth Tote Bag
£11.00

Organic Cotton Tote Bag

Grey Spoonbill Skirt
£29.00

Organic Cotton Printed Skirt

Grey Spoonbill Sweatpants
£34.00

Organic Cotton Printed Sweatpants

Grey Spoonbill T-Shirt
£25.00

Organic Cotton T-Shirt

Layered Shirt Long Horned Bee
£36.00

Organic Cotton Shirt

Mesh Sweater
£29.00

Openwork Mesh Sweater

Mini Spoonbill Dress
£40.00

Organic Cotton Dress

Monarch Denim Jacket
£75.00

Organic Cotton Denim Jacket

Monarch Denim Trousers
£50.00

Organic Cotton Denim Trousers

Morpho Hooded Sweater
£43.00

Recycled Polyester Hooded Sweater

Pink Spoonbill Skirt
£29.00

Organic Cotton Printed Skirt

Pink Spoonbill Sweatpants
£34.00

Organic Cotton Sweatpants

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