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Old 03-19-2003, 07:27 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I am curious. I have read on several threads mention of seeing babies wearing natural or organic clothing. How can you tell just by looking if it's organic?

I know, it's an odd Q, but I am really feeling stupid on this one!:
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Maybe it means unbleached? Dd wears organic clothes regularly, and they are not pastel colors, some are color-grown (cotton that grows in colors), an enviro patch or something. She has one outfit that says "from little acorns grow tall oaks." She's adorable in it.
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I wouldn't know unbleached from beige lol...hmmm
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No, you can't really tell. Unbleached is different from organic--you can have unbleached, non-organic clothing. Check out www.hannahandersson.com. They have tons of organic clothing that looks exactly like any other clothing (very good quality, though).
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