Organic and Fashionable Children’s Clothing Ollie Jones Review

Ollie Jones is a mom owned organic clothing company. This mom (like most moms) found she loved wearing leggings and wanted to provide the same comfort to her child. She decided to design her own leggings and I am so glad she did! Ollie Jones is hand made in Canada.

The English Rose Leggings by Ollie Jones are 100% organic cotton and completely hand made. I love this design and they seem super comfortable on my 9 month old. I love how they fit my baby. The legs are the perfect fit and the waist band is tight enough to keep them on but not too tight as to make them uncomfortable. It is hard to find leggings that have this perfect ratio. The print on English Rose Leggings is exclusive to Ollie Jones. Since it is hand made, the placement of the print will always be unique. I love that it isn’t a cookie cutter print. My baby can wear these leggings without matching every other baby out there. Ollie Jones has a few different patters of leggings with more being added often!

Bunny loves her Kittycat Fleece sweatshirt from Ollie Jones. The Kittycat Fleece is screen printed onto a 100% cotton American Apparel raglan pullover. Bunny loves the cute design! She loves the different faces of the kitty cat. The sweatshirt is warm and cute, perfect for these winter months!

You can purchase your English Rose Leggings online for $32 CAD. The leggings are available in sizes 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, 12-24 months, 2T, 3T and 4T. The Kittycat Fleece sweatshirt can be purchased online for $20 CAD and is available in sizes 2T, 4T and 6T.

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  1. I love the use of completely organic material. My son has eczema and it really makes me want to put the best on his skin. These look great and fashionable as well as comfortable for the little ones.

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