Top Five orGLAMic Children’s Dresses

Make sure the entire family looks presentable in their summer whites (okay, not technically whites, but you get the point) with clothing that is as good for the planet as it is for the family portrait.  Whether it is for a sibling graduation or a birthday extravaganza, your orGLAMic little girls are sure to look divine in any of these earth-friendly items.  Take a peek at these Top Five orGLAMic Children’s Dresses.

Whitten Grey

Whitten Grey not only sells some of the best-designed eco-friendly children’s dresses on the market, but the company also donates one dress to a little girl in need for every dress purchased through Project Little Grey Dress.  The 100% organic cotton Printed Mod Dress, pictured above, adds a punch of color to your daughter’s summer wardrobe in a way that is prim, proper and uber-orGLAMic.


For a summertime frock that can easily be dressed up or down, the Navy Empire Dress by Clover is divine.  I love the simplicity of this lightweight dress and the rich color makes me think that it would be perfect for an afternoon on Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket.  Made of 100% organic cotton your can’t go wrong with this orGLAMic option.

Feather Baby

While Feather Baby’s clothes for infants have appeared on orGLAMic before, the company also makes great dresses for that special little girl in your life.  All of the company’s offerings are made of 100% Peruvian Pima cotton, grown without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers – and Feather Baby makes it easy to get what you want for your little one by offering an online registry option.

Kate Quinn Organics

This fabulous company offers dresses, jumpsuits, baby bedding and more – which are all fair trade certified garments made out of 100% certified organic cotton.  I love this whimsical Sleeveless Bubble Dress, which looks undeniably comfortable, and is a sure bet for a summertime classic.

Sarah Waldo

Made in the USA using organic and natural fibers, including cotton, silk and wool alongside plant-based dyes and low-impact dyes, Sarah Waldo Organics offers a variety of great pieces for year-round use.  I love the bright and fun color of the sundresses pictured above, but be sure to check out this line once temperatures drop as the 2009 winter collection had a funnel-neck a-line coat that I can’t get out of my head either!

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