Dinki Human was established in 2016 by mumma-maker-designer Ester, the range is designed on the UK’s beautiful South Coast and manufactured in the UK.
Our collection is not for girls or for boys, it’s for humans who happen to be dinki (aged 0-5 years). The range is completely inclusive and gender-neutral.
Unisex style to make you smile.
Each product is designed with safety and responsibility in mind and joy at it’s heart. We endeavour to be as sustainable and fair as possible and mindful of the impact our product’s manufacture has on the Earth.
We are committed to operating in the most environmentally friendly way possible. We don’t use any animal products, we are plastic-free (even our swing tags are made from recycled cotton t-shirts), and we use GOTS certified organic cotton and non-toxic OEKO-TEX standard inks.
Dinki Human collections are continuous - we have new prints and product launches seasonally but they won’t push out the continuous product line - that would be wasteful and we don’t like wasteful.
We actively encourage our Dinki Tribe to get the most from their products and love to see things passed on to younger siblings and cousins when they’ve been outgrown.
We believe in authenticity and transparency so if you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Share your photos of your dinki humans on Instagram by following us @dinki_human and using the hashtag #dinkihuman
What does GOTS certified organic cotton actually mean?
"The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the world's leading textile processing standard for organic fibers, including ecological and social criteria, backed by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain."
What does OEKO-TEX standard actually mean?
"The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX is a worldwide consistent, independent testing and certification system for raw, semi-finished, and finished textile products at all processing levels, as well as accessory materials used."
What's the difference between organic and OEKO-TEX?
"Organic certification is all about how the raw materials for your fabric is grown. Oeko-Tex certification is about how the fabric is processed, including things like dyes and finishes. Oeko-Tex textiles and fabrics are certified free of harmful chemicals and are safe for human use."