Ethical Swim Wear for Ethical Kids

Spring has sprung but its never too early to shop for summer swimwear for your little one. If you’re a parent that’s concerned by all the hypersexualisation of young girls in magazines and ads to promote clothing – especially in swimwear, then you’re definitely following the right blog! Here are ethical brands that have great swimwear clothing for kids sans the skimpy two piece bikini made for a 7 year old


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Boden clothes are designed in London, but their team sources them from countries all over the world, including the EU. Because Boden is obsessive about getting things right they look for suppliers with the right attitude. Do they share our passion for quality and attention to detail? Do they have a good track record? Do they meet our ethical and safety requirements?

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Respect for all people in all cultures is a cornerstone of Tea as a company, whether they’re traveling the world in search of inspiration for clothing collection or hiring a manufacturing partner to actually make the clothes in that collection.

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Tea follows ethical sourcing practices so we can all feel good about our global impact. We are mindful of our presence in the world and our responsibility to those around us.

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Frugi clothes are all certified organic by GOTS and the Soil Association. The strict processes built into these organisations mean that when you are buying products with these stamps on; you are not just buying organic – you are buying ethical. These credentials show that we don’t use child labour and that all of our workers have rights, work in a safe environment, and are guaranteed minimum wages.

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Skin and Bliss

SKiN & BLiSS was launched to help promote what they believe in, what they care about, and to help promote issues they are passionate about. Through spreading the word about the positive impact Ethical Trade can have, Skin and Bliss believes we will make our planet a better place to live and work. Heavy stuff, we know, but it’s that passion that drives us to find great brands that share our values and it is that passion that drives us to deliver a great online experience for you.

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Maxxomora makes sustainable children’s clothing. To them that means making choices – for our children and for the environment we live in. At Maxomorra they have been using organic, or ecological, cotton since the start of the company in 2008. It is the heart and soul of the brand, and one of our core values.

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Gardner and the Gang


Gardner and the Gang©is a children’s clothing  line by  Kristin Nystrom, a Swede living in Singapore. All garments are super soft,comfy and play friendly with a high dose of fashion.


Kristin draws all prints and makes characters that all have a story to tell. We love to come up with different themes for each range, ones that children and parents alike can relate to and fall in love with. Our original art is all hand-drawn, and these drawings are turned into screens, which are then screen-printed on organic cotton.

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4 thoughts on “Ethical Swim Wear for Ethical Kids

  1. The article seems a bit outdated. These days all brands pursue ethical ways of producing so the above ones actually don’t stand out in the crowd.. What about recycled nylon, elastane? New ways of fabrication which don’t pollute the oceans even more? Any update of brands I could look for?

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