*Review* Green Nippers

The lovely people at Green Nippers arranged for me to take delivery of a gorgeous boys green t-shirt for Ethan to review.

Before i tell you about this gorgeous top let me give you a bit of information on Green Nippers:

They are an organic, ethical and eczema friendly baby and children’s clothing label, inspired by all things green.

They pride themselves in only producing garments made from 100% organic cotton, we use fastening that are nickel free and dyes that are completely natural contaning no nasty chemicals.

All Green Nippers prodcuts are certified by the Soil Associastion.

So now you know about Green Nippers let me give you my opinion on their clothing. I received for Ethan a boys orgnanic long sleeve t-shirt in forest green and marmalade (the do the matching dungarees which i love & will be getting!).

The very first thing i noticed on getting it out of the packaging was how soft it was.  It was so gentle that it reminded me of baby clothing. The colours we lovely too.

One nice touch i like too was the way the product tag was attached, no plastic tag, just a quirky little saftey pin holding on this:

The top fitted Ethan perfectly and was so comfortable looking on him.

Although these tops are gentle on the skin they are great for rough and tumble. Ethan was running riot in his all day and had no problems with them and when it came to bedtime it looked just as good as it did when i put it on him that morning.

These clothes wash up perfectly as well, keeping their shape and colour.

This top is just so nice i think i’ll leave a few more pictures for you to make you own mind up, this is Ethan’s attempts at modelling! :

This long sleeve t-shirt is available in 0-3, 3-6, 6-12, 12-18 and 18-24 months for £14.00 and it also comes in 2-3, 3-4 and 4-5 years for £15. The price is fantastic for the superb quality you get, i’ve paid more for much less quality!

Head over to Green Nippers to see what else they have and look at their new Junior range which has just been launched!

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