|My 2yo in the Organic Cotton Training Unders. |
They are thicker than the Classic Girls Unders but have similar fit and coverage.
So I did it. I invested in the organic cotton underwear for my kids. It's hard for me to cough up the money for organic cotton clothing. I like to get my clothes second-hand from family members, friends, or thrift stores. Underwear is one of the few things I do buy new though, and if you are going to invest in organic clothing, it might as well be the stuff directly against your child's sensitive areas all day. The fact that Hanna Andersson is having possibly its best sale of the year (15% off plus free shipping) helped ease my sticker shock a little. I ordered one each of several different kinds of under clothes for my kids a little while ago, and am stocking up on the ones we liked best. If you buy two or more sets of certain under clothes the discount is even greater than 15%.
Here is what I ordered from Hanna Andersson:
Classic Girls Unders In Organic Cotton
I almost bought more Training Unders In Organic Cotton because I love them so much (see my full review here). But then since my 2yo hasn't had an accident in weeks and I think we don't really need training pants anymore, I decided to buy her the less expensive regular underwear. I bought XS for my 2yo and another set of S for my 4yo. The fact that any underwear I buy for my 4yo will also be used by my 2yo helps make anything I buy for her a worthwhile investment. These unders have great coverage and fit almost like boy shorts. They are available in print fabrics (more expensive) in addition to solids. They also sell a hipster style of underwear for girls.
This undershirt fits so much better than the brand name I bought at Target. The straps actually stay on her shoulders!
Thicker, comfier, and much better made than your average under shirt.
These fit so great and I love the enclosed waist band. (I hate the exposed elastic waist underwear my son currently wears. It's constantly twisted or folded over.) These are also available in (slightly more expensive) fun boyish prints. I maybe like the boxer briefs (we have one pair) even better, but they are quite a bit more expensive.
A few other Cyber Monday deals:
You can read about some of my favorites from this store in these posts about reusable shopping and produce bags and eco-friendly lunch gear. And read about my most recent purchases in last Friday's post.
30% off orders over $85 with code RUTPC3.
25% off orders over $50 with code RUTPB3.
25% off orders over $25 with code RUTPA3.
Save $10 on orders of $50 or more with code CYBERMONDAY.
15% off and free shipping with the code SAVE15. I am especially fond of their toy collection (lots of wood and fabric stuff). They also sell kids' furniture, bedding, storage, and decor.
40% off a single discovery box with coupon blackfri or 50% off first month of monthly subscription with the code cybermon. I reviewed one of their craft boxes in this post.
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