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Review: Sense Organics

Sense Organics Review

With a fast growing toddler getting through clothing like nobody's business, I was more than pleased to be asked to review a couple of items from the Sense Organics autumn / winter collection. Read on to find out we got on...

Sense Organics Clothing Review


About Sense Organics

Sense Organics is a well established German brand which puts sustainability at the core of their business model. They pride themselves on their products being not only environmentally and socially friendly, with impeccable fair trade credentials, they also go the extra mile to ensure that the materials they use are completely organic, non-toxic, and kind to children's sensitive skin.

In addition to clothing they sell cuddly toys and skincare products, the latter are particularly impressive, with fully organic ingredients and certification from PETA as suitable for vegans. The main event, however, is their clothing range which caters for children from newborn to six years. I mean, just check out these super cute babygros:

Sense Organics Baby Clothing

Our Sense Organics Experience

At 20 months old Marianna is now the height of an average three year old, so the baby range was completely out of the question! Instead we looked at the girls' selection, and ended up with two adorable pieces in size 2-3 years.

First up was the Girl Sweat Dress striped with Penguin Application (£27.00). I love stripes on kids' clothing, especially navy / white - it makes everything feel a little bit nautical. The contrasting stripes on the skirt made me think of a 1920s drop waist, another favourite thing, and I like that the dress has two pockets for keeping hands warm or stashing all manner of 'treasures'.

Sense Organics Girl Sweat Dress striped with Penguin Application

The fabric is so soft, and it has a fleecy lining which will make it super cosy in the cold weather. I was really pleased with the generous sizing - plenty of room to grow as my own mum used to say! - and Marianna was thrilled with the penguin applique.

Sense Organics Girl Sweat Dress striped with Penguin Application

Next in our toddler fashion show came the Girl Tunica Shirt Ice Flower Print, Minea (£19.00). This is such a pretty tunic, and you can tell that the fabric will wash really well - something I never quite understood the importance of before I had children! I love that you can layer it up or down, depending on the temperature, and, just like the other dress, it's nice and simple to get on and off.

Sense Organics Minea Girl Tunica Shirt Ice Flower Print

Try Sense Organics Yourself

Take a look at Sense Organics children's clothing range and let me know which piece is your favourite! :) You can also connect with Sense Organics on social media via Facebook, Google+Instagram, and Twitter.


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Comments

  1. I've never heard of that brand. Will definitely check them out. Their clothes look really cute, especially on your little one :)

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    1. I was really pleased with the quality, and their stuff is just adorable too. :)

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  2. I had never heard of this brand before. They have a lovely range and sound great :)

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    1. They have some really cute stuff - and the quality is fab. :)

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  3. Your little one is absolutely adorable! The clothes look very cute as well.

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  4. I've not heard of this brand before the dress looks fab quality and ur little one looks adorable

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    1. Thank you! She didn't want to take the penguin dress off! :)

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  5. Oh my gosh she suddenly looks so grown up and not at all baby like anymore! She is adorable, look at all of that hair! These are cute clothes too, they really suit her xx

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    1. I know - it's seemed to change so quickly! One minute she's a little baby and the next she looks like she could be starting school anytime. x

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  6. First time I am hearing of this brand and I like what I hear.

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  7. I've not heard of this brand before but love their designs.
    Little one looks so cute :) x

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    1. They have some really cute prints for winter. :)

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  8. I had never heard of this brand but I love organic clothes for kids. Your daughter looks beautiful in her outfits x

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  9. I haven't heard of this brand before but their clothing sounds great for kids ;-)

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  10. What gorgeous outfits, will have to check the website out

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  11. What lovely outfits and being honest, I have hair envy! x

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  12. I have never heard of this brand before, they have some great products though. x

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  13. Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week x

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