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Dinki Human Organic Kids Clothes in the press

Ester Ford Dinki Human founder organic kids clothes

The lovely Sham of Sondr London interviewed me recently for her Sondr Stories feature.

Ester runs the awesome Dinki Human, an organic kids clothes brand with an ethos rooted in sustainability, responsible manufacture, and gender-neutrality. I'll let her tell you a bit more below herself.

Ester Ford of Dinki Human Organic Kids Clothes Brand

I love to celebrate all the small wins, I think it’s important, so I’m over the moon with every order, with every press or blog feature, and with every new stockist that wants to work with me. I am very proud of the Dinki Ethos and the amount of work and thought that has gone in to the development of the brand’s core values. Launching our Pre-Loved Initiative last year and working with Traid for a charitable collaboration has been hugely exciting, and personally rewarding.

dinki human peace and power leggingsWell this summer has been unpredictable hasn’t it? Don’t get caught out again with a storm ready kids capsule wardrobe to see them through final summer adventures into autumn!

Ester Ford owner founder designer of dinki human in her studioSo pleased to be featured on the Sleep Thief Baby Blog. Both Sleep Thief Baby and Dinki Human are ethically manufactured in the UK using only organic cotton. It was a pleasure to meet Sophie and Effie!

dinki human baby style organicThe wonderful Little Hotdog Watson featured Dinki Human in her "5 Empowering British Kids Clothes Brand" blog!

"For more unisex elegance for your tiniest adventurers, we love small biz Dinki Human. Designed in Dorset and ethically made in the UK, Dinki Human use organic cotton, perfect for sensitive baby/toddler skin. We love what their ‘Peace & Power’ prints stand for – because our kids should know they’re powerful from the start! Their tiny moccasin booties are also brilliant."

dinki human on the cub and pudding blog

I was lucky enough to be featured on the Cub & Pudding Blog this week, the lovely Sarah and I chatted 'small biz life' and things worth celebrating...