By Jordan David. Baby Clothes. Published at Thursday, June 14th, 2018 - 07:47:02 AM.
I think perhaps the biggest difference in childrens clothes then and now is the shorts. Even adult shorts have changed so much that the shorts of yesteryear have gone far beyond the \"tacky\" barrier. My son and even my youngest enjoy wearing things like Dickies and what not however in the late 70s I remember wearing disco shorts to school along with some variant of a multi-colored shirt. Why our shorts where so short Ill never know but perhaps they where short so that us kids could pull up our stripped socks as high as we could!
Health, environmental, and money-saving reasons are all factors that should lead you to at least consider clothing made from organic materials the next time you need a shirt for your baby or a skirt for your little girl. It is never a bad thing when you decide to take advantage of something that will benefit you, your children, and the environment.
Now, the reasons parents should give their children clothing made from organic materials sound great but there is also a more practical incentive, which is the cost. While it may seem that clothes made from organic materials may cost more, in the long run, it is actually cheaper than clothes made from conventionally grown cotton. The reason being is that conventionally cotton is processed numerous times before it is cut into patterns and manufactured as clothes. From the dying process to the bleaching process, from being scoured and sprayed with formaldehyde spray, conventional cotton takes a beating. According to Rachel V. Birchler of Mooi, an organic childrens clothing boutique in Pittsburgh, \"conventionally produced cotton material lasts 10-20 washes before it starts to break down An organic cotton material lasts for 100 washes or more before it begins to wear down.\" In short, it is just sturdier.
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