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Eco-luxury Infant Clothes Designer: Tina Bossy for Bossy Baby

Designer Tina Bossy’s company goals are to provide comfy and stylish cozy outfits for babies, and to help promote green living. She utilizes the softest organic cottons, huggable hemps, and a new collection of recyclable and vintage fabrics which are transformed into exclusive items.

The newborn collection is designed for babies with sensitive skin. The organic cottons come in subtle pastels and natural cream colors. Baby nursery rhymes come to life with her signature embroidery. You can choose the rhyme that suits your little one best.

Her vintage collection consists of salvaged pillowcases, which some date back to the 1900’s. Pieces are embellished with vintage lace and ribbons that make each item an original with its own special personality. There are five collection categories total, so be sure to check out the site.

All items are proudly made in the USA. Indeed, Tina is passionate about saving our planet and walks the walk routinely. She explains that each stitch on every piece of clothing is made with love and that she is very fortunate to work with talented individuals who create with pride.

Tina is another great talent discovered from nominations towards the Best Eco-luxury Infant Clothes Designer. That competition ended September 1st. The winner, who received the most votes, will be announced with runner-ups by October.

I’m compelled to add that nominator and fan Pernilla Mast wrote that the garments “last forever” and that “both parents and babies love them.” She “adores giving Bossy Baby gifts to all her new mommy friends!”

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Written by Delia Montgomery

I am Delia, d/b/a Chic Eco on www.ChicEco.com, and established myself as an eco fashion guru by learning "who makes what in the world of environmental fashion and design."

Enjoy reading some of my freelance writing about environmental design, fashion and art -- from both consumer and supplier perspectives. You may notice I focus most on individual eco designers, movers and shakers.

From sustainable fashion apparel to paint and flooring, discoveries are a rush. I get my kicks this way. I also offer sales representation of earth-friendly designed products for wholesale buyers. Retailers may take advantage of my services with factory-direct pricing. Spend less time sourcing and prevent green-washed purchases!

My other forte is connecting suppliers with business-to-business tools. Aspects of my business vary with consulting services while I'm proud to be the aide that embraces unique and innovative gigs.

I'm originally a Kentucky Blue Grass gal who relocated to Maui early 2006 and the tropical Puna District of Big Island, Hawaii late 2007. Walk the talk is my motto here.

Early 2009 I constructed a yurt home office in a semi-urban setting on a tiny lot. My water comes from the sky, contained in a catchment that's not likely to dry in this rain forest. The electric is designed for solar conversion. I grow about 30% of my food organically, compost, and recycle to the hilt. Permaculture with a full eco system is my gardening style.

In fact, gardening is my ultimate joy. I seek gigs like design, weeding and planting between other jobs. My love is Hawai'i which has more climate zones than any state. There are frequent earthquakes here, typically under a 3.0 magnitude, and I happen to dig the vibrations. It's a wonderful simple life in paradise. As I grow older and wiser, I become more and more grateful.

4 Comments

  1. Babies don’t NEED designer, innovative, or artistic clothes. However, they do require positive energy from their caretakers and nontoxic fabrics on their skin is important to their health. I recommend every mother or caretaker share the fun spirit of artistic dressing!

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