Key features include:-
Carefully crafted from the softest, highest quality sustainable fabrics
Bamboo fabric is naturally thermo regulating
Envelope style opening at neck
Nickel free poppers at nappy area for quick and easy changing
Fold over scratch mitts to enclose little fingers while sleeping
Available in 0-3 and 3-6 months.
Designed in London and responsibly produced in Turkey from 70% viscose derived from bamboo and 30% GOTS certified organic cotton.
Machine washable on gentle cycle at 30 degrees. Tumble dry low. Cool iron.
MORI size guide:
0-3 months: weight 5.7kg x height 62cm
3-6 months: weight 7.4kg x height 68cm.
Made from 70% viscose derived from bamboo and 30% organic cotton fabric. Certified by Organic Content Standard (OCS certified).
The producer is of Oeko-Tex100 standard, which means products are Oeko-Tex 100 Class 1 Baby certified free from any harmful chemicals or substances.
All chemical and hazardous materials testing has been outsourced and is in compliance with UK safety standards.
Reducing environmental impact is at the forefront of everything that MORI does as a company, from their design process to the fabrics they choose and how the product will be used by the customer.
Since 2015 MORI has been using the softest organic fabrics to offer the highest-quality products, which are made with a family’s wellbeing in mind. All pieces are thoughtfully crafted using sustainably sourced fabrics and manufactured in trusted factories in Turkey and Asia. As well as being kind to the planet, the fabrics are gentle on a little one’s delicate skin.
Being of high quality, MORI products last through washes and time. This means that other little ones in need can feel the comfort of MORI, helping them to be happy and sleep well. In London, 37% of children live in poverty - the highest rate across England. Yet around only half of mums pass on outgrown or unused children’s clothes. By extending the life of babywear products it also means that we can reduce landfill as £3,500 of clothes for each and every child in the UK gets thrown away every year. That's why MORI started the Kindness Project.
MORI partnered with a small local parent-run charity, Little Village, to donate used and unwanted MORI clothing to a family in need. When parents donate used or unused MORI products, they pass them directly to Little Village who will curate beautiful bundles for parents that are in need of a helping hand.