Nui Organics Offers Temperature-Regulating Merino Wool Children's Apparel for Winter

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It's been more than a few years since we've raved about Nui Organics' unavoidably cute 100% organic merino wool outfits for children, ages newborn to ten years. Merino wool is naturally, a temperature-regulating material, making it perfect for winter. Nui Organics transforms this wonder fiber into a variety of styles, from knitwear to thermals, for winter. It's available in stores across the US and Canada, and also conveniently available online.

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Nui Organics uses merino wool that is certified organic by GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards). It is free of harsh chemicals and is grown without the use of herbicides and pesticides, which means that no toxic chemicals are transmitted through to your little one's skin.

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Organic merino wool breathes and is ideal for winter but is also perfect in warmer months. The fabric keeps its wearer warm when it's cool and cool when it's warm. It can wick up to 30% of its own weight in moisture away from the body, too, which means low sweat and body odor. And to really hammer home the point that this material is amazing, it can be machine or hand washed without losing its shape and is naturally fire resistant, unlike petroleum-based synthetics.

Nui Organics© Nui Organics

Nui Organics© Nui Organics

From dresses and sweaters to bodysuits and accessories, Nui Organics offers a bevy of options to outfit your WeeHugger. Notable pieces include the Lou Jacket, which boasts coconut buttons and two tiny pockets, and the Footed Bodysuit for baby that ensures cozy, merino wool comfort from head to toe.

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