Fox & Poppy is a sweet little eco-friendly kid’s clothing shop. They specialize in OEKO-TEX® certified loungewear for children and babies. This means that the fabric used to make each and every item has been tested for harmful substances and has been deemed safe.
Fox & Poppy clothing is made in small batches in Canada with mindful practices that take into consideration the earth and our children’s health. The natural fabrics are purchased in British Columbia while the clothes are manufactured in Ontario.
I have personally had the pleasure of trying some of Fox & Poppy’s clothing out on my own kiddos. Even though I had the opportunity to be given these items, all the opinions below are my own.
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Below, Archer is wearing the waffle knit romper in charcoal. This romper comes in sizes 0-3 months up to 3-4t. My favourite thing to put on babies is rompers and jumpsuits. I love the ease of a sweet outfit with the hassle. Being made of 100% organic cotton makes it super soft, stretchy and breathable. It has the button snaps which make it easy for getting over his head but I wish it has snaps on the bottom as well. I prefer the look without the snaps, but for diaper changes, it would be nice to have them.
The last item I’ve tried is the essential blanket in neutral. It’s sort of a soft oat/peachy color and made out of 100% organic cotton gauze. It has quickly become a true “essential” in my client closet for newborn sessions. Being lightweight and soft, I also throw it into the stroller or in the car for an extra layer if we need it. I actually took it with us to the beach one day and it helped keep Archer from eating all of those little rocks.
There you go! If you’re looking for quality, sustainable, Canadian-made baby or kids clothing. Look no further! I highly recommend Fox & Poppy’s line of loungewear and I’m excited to see how this brand grows. Don’t forget to use code BROGAN10 for 10% off your order!
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