Beauty and Fashion
Here's a magical combination for you: clothes you'll feel good about buying and that your kids will feel great playing in. Nohi Kids makes boys' and girls' tees, pants, leggings, play sets, and dresses out of soft, breathable, eco-friendly fabric, with designs that are both cute and cutting-edge.
You may have heard of Nohi Kids already – they've been touted by DailyCandy – but why their apparel is so cool is another matter. Their apparel is 100% organic, made from a 50/50 blend of cotton and bamboo fiber. Bamboo fiber is soft and naturally stretchy, so these clothes are easy to get on to your kids (and hard to get off because they're so comfy!). Bamboo fiber is highly breathable, helping keep kids warm in winter and cool in summer and making it lovely for layering. It's non-irritating, naturally UV-protective, more inherently anti-bacterial than other fabrics, and (hallelujah!) naturally wrinkle-resistant.
Nohi Kids clothing is good for the Earth and our communities as well. Bamboo is the planet's fastest naturally growing plant, making it a sustainable resource. All Nohi Kids inks are low-impact, water-based, and certified lead-free. Their factories adhere to SA8000 standards for workplace safety, fair working hours, and decent wages, and against discrimination and child labor.
$27 for $50 worth of clothing that's good for your kids and for everyone else on the planet, too? That's a Plum Deal, if we don't mind saying so ourselves.
Nohi Kids morphs Oakland designer Janel Jones's love of kids and her love of design into one cute, little package. Nohi Kids creates comfortable, high quality, and eco-friendly clothes that appeal to both kids and their parents. They are the favorite dress or tee shirt that your child won't take off. (Sorry.) And, Nohi Kids wants to be sure that our clothes are durable enough so that you can pass them down to the next lucky kid. All of their fabric is 100% skal-certified organic, pre-shrunk, and ready for your washer and dryer.
Nohi Kids is committed to doing their part to improve the lives of children. They donate a portion of their profits to charities and participate in events that promote the health and well-being of children.