Non-gender-specific baby clothes

Two of my friends are having babies in the next six months, and in both cases they know it’s a boy. I found it difficult to buy non-gender-specific clothing and baby items when my own son was born, and it doesn’t seem to have gotten any easier.

Little Lark has lovely clothing, all organic cotton and environmentally friendly dyes. I love stationery as well, so it appeals to me.
The Polka-Dot Patch is a bit more mainstream, but seems committed to unisex clothing. They do have dresses and other clothes specifically for girls, but their unisex categories are prominently placed and have a good selection.

This reminds me of:
Me to We: Socially Responsible Clothing, although they don’t have any children’s clothes. (Yet!)


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