If you want some ethical, fashionable, fun-loving and fairtrade babywear, then there are four places we have found for good quality fairtrade and organic baby clothing and babywear.
Welsh for 'Pure Baby' they have a fantastic selection of fairtrade baby clothes and other items. Babi Pur is also a family run business based on the edge of Snowdonia. Their children are the inspiration for their products which is why the main theme is Faitrade. Everything on sale at Babi Pur has been carefully researched to ensure that Fair trade standards and environmental impact are always the highest priority. We really recommend them.
Click here to see the range of fairtrade baby clothes from Babi Pur 
Marks and Spencer
If you are looking for run-on-the-mill fairtrade babywear then you might try Marks and Spencer . Marks and Spencer have just started a great new range of fairtrade baby clothes at reasonable prices and their ethical babywear range is growing all the time. They can also be bought quickly and easily online.
Click here to see the Marks and Spencer Fairtrade babywear range 
Alternatively LazyBaby  might be just what you are looking for.
LazyBaby Tops come in fun fairtrade designs that will make everyone smile! Carrying slogans such as "can't ski (yet)", "can't skate (yet)" and "can't bungee (yet) with some great pictures, they make a fantastic fairtrade gift.
Lazy Baby tops are made from soft brush cotton to ensure comfort and are available in three popular colours. With fairtrade baby clothing carrying the Agrocel label, baby can sleep easy in the knowledge that all those involved in the production of this garment received a fair wage, allowing them in turn to provide for their babies.
Click here to visit the Lazybaby web site and their fairtrade baby clothes 
The final place that we have found is Adili. Their range of fairtrade baby clothes includes Fairtrade and Organic cotton clothes and accessories reflecting concern for the environment and those involved in their production. Quality of products and the nature of the fabric against baby’s skin are 'paramount' in the babywear they produce.