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Review: Tomo and Edie – Organic Cotton Kimonos

Kristy, one of our “Mom Reviewers” had the chance to try out some products from Tomo and Edie this week. To visit Kristy’s blog (and hear some festive holiday tunes), Mommy-in-Pink click HERE.

About Tomo and Edie

Tomo and Edie was founded by Hisae Shiratori & Mari Beth Sartain, two mothers of children that inspire them and remind them that we are all “world members”. Tomo & Edie encourages us to promote peace, protect our environment, educate our children and be nice. The logo for their company is Chickyujin Tomo & Edie, Chickyudin translated into English means “world member” and Tomo & Edie are the names of their children. The company hope to pass on their message through their products and the actions of their company. 10% of each Tomo & Edie purchase is donated to Unicef. To learn more about Tomo & Edie and their mission, check out their blog – Southern Sushi.

The Review

I am a mommy who absolutely loves and supports anything organic or good for the environment! And when I heard about Tomo and Edie Organic Baby Clothing, I was excited to try them out! They specialize in Organic Baby Kimonos and hand-crafted hair accessories made with vintage Japanese silk kimono, and I’ve gotta say, they are absolutely beautiful! Tomo and Edie baby kimonos are made with 100% organic unbleached cotton. And when I say organic cotton, I mean this cotton was grown without the use of harmful pesticides or chemicals. Baby kimonos are great for newborns because we all know how sensitive our baby’s skin is. The material was so soft against my baby’s skin and the kimonos fit loosely enough to to prevent material irritation, which is very nice!

To purchase some of these adorable organic baby kimonos or vintage hair accessories for your little one, you can visit one of the many retailers across the country, and you can check out that list HERE.
Tomo and Edie also donate 10% of all their profits to Unicef.

Thank you to Tomo and Edie and Mom Fuse for this opportunity!

– Kristy

Visit Tomo and Edie!

Posted by Nicole Ibarrondo, former editor here at Mom Fuse

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