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Eco Tot: Eight3One

Eco Tot: Eight3One

There are a number of adorable organic onesies on the market these days, but only a select few catch my eye with their originality and comfort levels. The whimsical, clean designs of Eight3One's line of organic baby clothes ($28) fit the bill. The certified organic and fair trade creations feature five modern ink drawings of animals on a natural cotton-color background. If that doesn't sell you on the baby basics, the company's name might. According to their founders, Eight3One was derived from a saying that is eight letters, three words and has one meaning…I love you.

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