It started with a Mama on a mission
Our Founder, Amanda, started Colored Organics with two little ones in tow and a mission to make a difference in the clothing industry.
and absolutely adorable.
These values have inspired every aspect of what we do at Colored Organics. Our founding Mama, Amanda, knew that making the switch to organic, ethical fashion for her family could make a big difference in the clothing industry. That is why we are committed to creating clothes that do good, not just in our homes, but throughout every stage of production and beyond the clothing industry.
We start with organic cotton
No secret here. Organic cotton isn’t just softer, it’s better! For you and for everyone involved.
Farmers work in safe environments free from exposure to toxic pesticides and chemical fertilizers. This increases their lifespan and provides a reliable source of income and future for their families.
Organic cotton is produced naturally without harmful chemical treatments. By choosing natural farming methods, we help preserve our environment, keeping our earth water clean!
Organic cotton is super soft, naturally hypoallergenic, and safe! It’s free from harsh treatments like formaldehydes and perfect for little ones with sensitive skin.
We're proud to produce ethically
By choosing to be 100% sweatshop-free, we ensure that children play in our clothes, not make them.
No Child Labor.
Our garments are only made by adults who are working by choice and treated well.
Our factories have safe working conditions that keep everyone‘s health and well-being in mind.
Fare Wages &
Above-standard wages are paid to every worker so they can provide for their families.
Workers are capped on how many hours they can work per week and are granted vacation time and holidays.
We love our product, the people who make it, and the little ones who wear it.
In little ways & big ways - we’re always looking for ways we can give back.
Have an idea for how we can continue to do good?
We are always looking for ways to make an impact in the lives of children. If you have an idea, we would love to hear about it.Tell Us About It