One planet. One purpose. One Pop.
Being environmentally conscious and caring for our planet and people is our number one priority.
As a baby clothing brand, these values are even more important as we not only need to act now to preserve the planet for future generations, but also need to ensure that our children are safe from impurities and chemicals that are so commonly found in clothing today.
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)
All Pop My Way garments are produced in a GOTS certified factory, which means that our entire supply chain process is monitored and audited regularly. This globally recognised certification covers everything from the farming of our organic cotton, how much water and energy we use, ensuring there are no hazardous chemicals used in manufacturing, the rights of our factory workers and our labelling and packaging. Click here for more detailed information.
Fabric, Components and Dyes
All Pop My Way clothing is made from 100% GOTS certified organic pima cotton. Pima cotton is hand harvested in Peru and is super soft and durable - click here for more information on our organic pima cotton.
All the poppers and zippers we use are nickel free, made according to Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX and fulfil the requirements of Annex XVII of REACH.
The dyes that we use are approved by GOTS and also conform to Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX.
Pop My Way does not use any animal ingredients in our fabrics, textile auxiliaries or dyes, nor do we carry out any testing on animals. Click here for more information.
Our Factory and People
Our factory is based in Lima, Peru and we are very proud of everything they do to not only ensure compliance with GOTS but to provide a safe and comfortable working environment in which our beautiful clothing can be made for you. Click here for more information on our factory.
All Pop My Way packaging is plastic-free and environmentally friendly. Click here for more information.
Reducing Textile Waste
Our Pop My Way attachable accessories (collars and dummy/toy straps) are made from fabric offcuts left over from some our clothing items. This is a great way to minimise textile waste and use as much of the fabric as possible.