Ava and Luc Childrenswear

ava and luc kids wearing pyjamas Combining ethical manufacturing with cool, quirky prints, Ava and Luc are our new favourite childrenswear brand.

The market is saturated with childrenswear brands, but it can be hard to find one that suits your taste, your little one’s taste and your ethical stance. Well, kid’s brand Ava & Luc, which launched back in 2010 manages to nail all three, with their adorable collection of t-shirts, playsuits and pyjamas.

Available in sizes 0-6years, Ava & Luc’s pieces are crafted from high quality organic cotton, using ecologically sound dyes and made in ethically in India under fair working conditions.

But they don’t just come with a moral conscience, they’re style conscious too. The brand is the brainchild of friends Janice Rokita and Vicki Leaver, who tired of only finding ‘cutesie’ kid’s prints on the market and pieces that were highly impractically when trying to get a toddler ready on a busy morning, came up with idea of Ava & Luc.

The result is super cute but by no means ‘cutesie’. Pyjamas are adorned with whimsical prints of animals, from horses for aspiring equestrians to dogs for those with four-legged friends. Our favourites are the dinosaur print pyjama set – perfect for your little monsters.

The animal theme runs throughout Ava & Luc’s latest collection with long-sleeved tees printed with big illustrations of tropical creatures from zebras to rhinos. The super-soft cotton tops come in a range of rainbow colours and the beauty of them is that they’re all unisex so little boys and girls can share.

Finishing of the collection are a series of adorable playsuits for the tiniest members of your family. Available from newborn sizes, these colourful kind-to-skin all-in-ones feature quirky, colourful prints like dinosaurs, elephants and giraffes.

Ava & Luc’s pieces make perfect little gifts or wardrobe updates for your animal loving little ones. Prices start from £15.99 and don’t go above £21.99, making them affordable too.


Click here to see StyleNest’s roundup of the best animal knits for kids.

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