Mumpreneur News: New Organic Baby Clothes Range from Arabella Miller

Organic kids clothing company Arabella Miller is launching their first organic baby clothes collection. The exclusive new range of Arabella Miller baby clothes includes rompers, nightgowns, long sleeve tops, baby trousers and girl’s dresses. The baby clothes feature two all-over organic ink prints – Flutterbye (butterflies and flowers) and Close Encounters (spaceships and aliens). All clothing is certified organic by the Soil Association.

Alison Rothwell, founder of Arabella Miller and semi-finalist in ITV This Morning’s Mumpreneur competition, explains her inspiration behind her business, “I started my organic clothing business in late 2007. My youngest daughter Ruby had severe baby eczema and I found that wearing organic baby clothes really helped her skin. One day I was looking for some certified organic printed kid’s t-shirts and I couldn’t find ones which included the ink too so I decided to make my own.

“Arabella Miller funky organic kids t-shirts have been really popular with mums looking for something that bit different AND organic, and they kept telling me it was time we produced a range of clothes especially for little ones. So I put my thinking cap on and came up with a capsule collection of organic babywear which I`d like my own baby to wear. It includes a nightgown, blanket, hat, romper and top and yoga pants. An outrageously girly organic “Ruffle Dress” for ages 1-6 years completes the collection.” Click here to get more positive message home goods.

For further information please  look at our website http://www.arabellamiller.com or contact info@arabellamiller.com.

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