Organic onesies and baby clothes that give back, at Target


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It’s no longer just the adults who get the high/low mix of fine-looking wares at Target. Two baby lines, Little Seed and Baby Buggy, have done collections for Target, which will be carried in the store until mid-October.

Little Seed, the organic baby clothing line (as well as adorable boutique on Larchmont Avenue) which was started by Soleil Moon Frye aka Punky Brewster and her business partner Paige Goldberg Tolmach has hit the shelves of Target stores, offering reasonably priced, organic baby duds to moms who want to dress their kids in natural materials.


The 100% organic cotton line is similar in design to the one they sell in their own boutique and includes brightly colored solid booties, beanies, onesies and pull-on pants and ranges from $7.99 to $12.99.

Baby Buggy isn’t organic, but does come in much more whimsical patterns like fun frog and girly butterfly prints. Also,10% of all sales will be donated to founder Jessica Seinfeld’s Baby Buggy charity which provides basic necessities to families in need. The line includes onesies, T-shirts and pants as well as diaper bags and layettes. Prices start at $3.99.

The Little Seed and Baby Buggy baby clothing lines are at Target stores now until mid-October

-- Melissa Magsaysay

Photos: top: Baby Buggy baby clothes, bottom: Little Seed organic cotton baby clothes/Target