Aster & Oak Blog
If you invest in some ethical basics in gorgeous neutral colors then those little babies will last for many seasons to come. As a sustainable brand, we care about our waste which means when we’re on the hunt for new resources we’ll be looking for quality materials, doing so means that your clothes will last much longer than a mass-produced retail chain. Are you ready to take a stand with us?
The world is always changing and evolving and by doing so we’re so lucky that clothing manufactures are now in the spotlight, we’re conscious of the impact of what we wear has on us and the environment. If you’re still a little on the fence about making the switch to a cleaner more gentle option, let us share our top 5 benefits of bringing organic cotton goodies into your home.
Having a baby is easily one of the most profound changing moments of your life — and raising one is probably one of the most stressful. How do you know what foods to choose, what sheets work the best, or which detergent you should be using to wash your little one’s clothes?
When washing your organic clothes, the safest, greenest route is always hand-washing clothes in cold water with a gentle detergent. That being said, some of us would much rather have our wisdom teeth pulled than hand-wash multiple loads of laundry. So, if you want to use your washing machine, first check the label, and if machine-washing is an option, just take a few precautions before diving in...
When you shop for produce, you might be more likely to pick up the bag of organic apples versus the conventionally grown apples. Why is that? Chances are, if you are purchasing organic food, you’ve been asked by family and friends why you bother with the extra expense of buying organic, and chances are, you probably have an answer...
During the production of non-organic cotton, lots of harsh chemicals and pesticides are sprayed onto the cotton plants. These chemicals have been directly linked to cancer, neurological impairment and reproductive problems. By opting for organic cotton, you’re protecting your baby from exposure to harmful materials.
Learning you’re pregnant is one of the most wonderful moments of your life and sharing the news with your partner means spreading positive and empowering energy between expecting parents. This also means some things are going to change in your life as you’ll have to become a much more responsible individual.