Asked in ClothingEnvironmental IssuesCotton
Where can you find organic cotton onesies in bulk?
September 14, 2011 11:33AM
I try and cloth my daughter in as much organic clothing as possible, but onsies for sleepware is the most important for us since they don't have any chemicals or fire retardants. Bulk is a general term. I always looked for at least 3-5 in a package and buy multiple packs when on sale. And since the best organics are generally really expensive I window shop a few sites and wait for sales.
The majority I bought was Gerber. They have organic onsies and sleepware that I found at Babies R Us, they aren't a bad deal when on sale. I also use the coupons they mail, and rewards for using their credit card.
Target offers Gerber white organic onsies in 3-5 packs. Again, watch for the sales and free shipping offers or free ship to store. They also offer other organics, but they're more expensive and only a 2 pack.
Walmart offers most its organics online, and ship to store for free.
I always check out eBay, sometimes you can get organics resale on the cheap.
I also watch Gap. I bought $14.99 long sleeve onsies for $4.99 each. They were all the same ones, but she sleeps in them and it actually made it more convienant since my husband knew which were undershirts and which were for sleeping. The last I checked, they had some cute ones again on sale for $4.99 in the clearance.
And a current sale that I just found. GREAT deals, like $3.25 a onsie...but they're too small for my girl now. Never bought here but here's the link. http://www.thelittlegreentree.com/index.HTML
And just to shout out a great place for the more unconvential. If your into organics and want some cute organic onsies - they're more clothing type and normally $20 a piece but soul-flower.com has some great earthy/hippie type onsies and clothes for babies. They have a sale page that we always watch too. Great store, excellent service. We've been long time customers. :)
I use <a href="http://www.coloredorganics.com">wholesale organic baby clothing</a> by <a href="http://www.coloredorganics.com">Colored Organics</a>. They have the highest quality onesies I have found, they are a US company ( which I love to support! ) and they have great styles and colors. I also really like that they have tagless onesies so I can sew my own label in the garment.