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Muslin Kimono Jacket

A mid-weight yet breathable layering piece made from our beautiful organic double-layer muslin. This wrap-around style features a double layer at the front to keep little one’s chest warm. A great option for newborns to avoid having to pull garments over baby’s head.


*100% organic muslin

*double layered at front
*raglan sleeves
*dome closures
€41.00
Colour: Posey Blossom Fawn Print
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machine wash in cold or warm water with environmentally friendly laundry detergent

tumble dry on low or line dry

do not use fabric softener or bleach

see here for laundry tips

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free shipping on all orders over $150

Excludes shipping oversized and heavy items

return online purchases within 30 days

Excludes sale items

pure & organic

We search high and low for fabrics that meet baby's changing needs. Softness, breathability, warmth and durability are key to our philosophy. From our luxurious organic cotton and merino base fibres we then weave into a wide range of fabrics perfect for all situations.

with care from seed…

Our organic cotton is grown by a family who saw the damage that conventional cotton farming methods were causing their land and community, so chose to return to traditional methods of organic farming.


to cloth…

Before our range was produced we visited India and observed all stages of production, we still do this today, from the small villages that grow the cotton, through to the production that makes our clothes.


to stitch…

Before our range was produced we visited India and observed all stages of production, we still do this today, from the small villages that grow the cotton, through to the production that makes our clothes.