Inchworm Alley, living wages, eco company, green brand

Along with being a welcome deviation from obsolete pastel-colored baby clothes, Inchworm Alley’s designs truly run the gamut and have something for every occasion. Want to help a new baby get in good with his big brother? Have him sport a onesie covered with LEGO heads when he comes home from the hospital. For baby’s trip to the museum, she can get dressed up in a Picasso or Mondrian onesie or a onesie with prints inspired by the work of Canadian artists. We love that so many are inspired by nature, including the desert sunset, Aurora Borealis, and ice kingdom.

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Additionally, Inchworm Alley’s onesies, (which are sized to fit newborns to one year) are all gender neutral, which means easy and awesome hand-me-downs. The onesies come in a variety of styles (including tank, short sleeve, long sleeve, and romper-style) and feature minimal snaps for baby’s comfort and for ease in dressing and undressing.

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Inchworm Alley’s onesies are extremely vividly colored. Your little one actually looks like he is covered in coffee beans or a juicy little pea in a pod. So it’s awesome that the onesies (or “baby cocoons” as Inchworm Alley has dubbed them) are all printed using eco-friendly, low-impact, non-toxic dyes that are organic and fibre-reactive for maximum visual impact while being less taxing on the planet. But the green business practices at this company go much deeper: RV Designs treats its water onsite for use, follows zero-waste principles to reduce fabric waste, and supports supply chain transparency to confirm that every step in their process follows a high standard. RV Designs is proud to support a sweatshop-free and child labor-free work environment that offers living wages to its workers.

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