Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Harley and Soo for a little bon bon


I've got to admit looking for baby clothes puts me in a spin, there is SO much stuff a lot of it I don't like and then the stuff I love is WAY too expensive.
So I was really happy to find Harley and Soo it's the perfect shop for organic outfits and wraps.

 
I made these bebe purchases a few weeks ago and I'm so happy with them I'm ordering more.


 
Baobab baby Harem pants in organic cotton

 



Organic For Kids Chevron Onesie

 
L'il Fraser Organic Cotton Wrap

Yay!
I am in love with this stuff because the cotton is kind, it's stylish and unisex.
If you're looking for a gift or just for your own then check out Harley and Soo.
You can find all these things plus more here.

What are your shopping tips for baby clothes!?


  

26 comments:

  1. That onesie is ADORABLE!!!

    OMG I love looking at baby clothes and baby stuff. You're making me sooo clucky!

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    1. Hahahahahaaa

      It's too cute looking at things like this, I can't help myself when it comes to buying them!

      xox

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  2. Gorgeous!! You'll be such an excellent resource when we want to purchase baby goodies! Are you finding out the sex? Can't recall if you mentioned this or not. Going for unisex prob means you're not, but just curious :)
    Heidi xo

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    1. We will find out the sex!
      But I'm buying stuff now so going for unisex just to be sure.

      xox

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  3. Shop for the season you are due in.
    Buy lots merino & wool for winter and newborns. I have had my son in long sleeve wool singlets since birth, i cant buy enough of them.

    Look out for sales. Pure Baby is having a warehouse sale tomorrow http://twitter.com/PurebabyOrganic/status/212721555174723584

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    1. I'm buying lots of stuff for when we aren't due, looking ahead to winter!
      Especially with sales on at the moment it makes sense to snap up goodies where we can

      Merino and wool is a great idea! Even though we're due in November I don't trust Melbourne weather to be even remotely warm hahaahahaa

      xox

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  4. Too cute! I love Bebe.
    A couple of hot tips:
    Get a couple of onsies in 00000's
    Don't forget about places like Cotton On & Pumpkin Patch, they have great sales and the cutest lil outfits
    Charlie & Me has really cute stuff too!
    But in saying that don't buy too much, bub will be gifted heaps! I've barely touched the neutrals I bought beforehand

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    1. I am purposely not buying new, new born stuff because of gifts looking ahead to more 3, 6 and even 12 months down the track.

      Hamish is 195cm tall I'm thinking we will not be having a teeny tiny bebe but life can throw us curve balls hahahahaaha

      xox

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  5. Thank you kindly for this post, M!!

    Haven't even started shoppin for bubs. And when I do, I will e seriously broke...

    SS xxx

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    1. TELL me about it!
      I buy more stuff for the baby now than me hahahahaa
      But I can't help it!

      xox

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  6. You make me want a baby so bad!!!! hahahaha cluck cluck cluck...

    xx

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  7. you are gonna have the best dressed bebe!!

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    1. I HOPE it's somewhat stylish hahaahahaaa

      xox

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  8. organic clothes? lol
    pardon my ignorance but whats so good about them?
    i would buy my baby clothes from like target or something, cheap and cheerful!

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    1. No chemicals in the fabrics means less harm to fragile baby skin
      Organic farming (ie cotton farms) also equal less harm on the environment and I'm guessing this planet is the only one we have so we should try and look after it where we can!
      I read a water report about Melbourne water supplies the other day that stated there was high concern for the pesticides and chemicals being used in farming entering our water.
      It showed that one of the chemicals could change the sex of frogs and another one could have direct harm on a fetus.
      So it might be crazy but if I can access organic and it's the same price as non organic then why not!

      Here is an article if you are interested:
      http://www.celsias.com/article/fabric-progress-why-organic-clothing-matters/

      xox

      p.s I've also bought stuff from Target :) :) :)

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    2. interesting! yeah i guess as long as its not heaps more expensive than non-organic then why not! :)
      and yeah you can quote me, thats cool!

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    3. (the awkward moment when i may have posted this comment twice so you might find a paraphrased version of this comment if it suddendly publishes)

      interesting! i suppose if the organic clothes are not that much more expensive than non-organic then why not! and wtf @ changing the sex of a frog!! thats crazy shiz!
      and in reply to your comment on my blog, you can quote me thats fine :)

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    4. Ahhhhahahahaaa 2 comments!!!
      That's ok
      Yeah the frog thing FREAKED me out, so wrong and scary to know it's going on things we use (food!).

      I am going to write this post soon, thank you for letting me quote you!

      xox

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  9. My tip is to tell everyone in the world that you know to not buy you any. You will end up with stuff you don't like and feel obligated to dress bub in it, and bub will have more clothes than you & Hamish put together, but grow out of them in 6 weeks.

    Just what I've noticed from friends :)

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    1. Oh... believe me I've thought about that!

      My close friends know me well enough though so that's a GOOD thing.

      xox

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  10. No tips.. except I have a truck full now.
    And also people will give you heaps!

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    1. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhahahaaa

      people are giving me heaps, some I take on board... others I pretend to take on board haaaaaaaahahahaaa

      xox

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