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Reversible Baby Clothes?

turnoversMy friend Joslyn sent me a link to a site called Turnovers, which has some of the cutest baby clothes I’ve seen in a while. Lots of soft-looking onesies and hoodies made from sustainably produce materials. Awesome, right? Well, it turns out all the clothes are reversible, one side in boy-ish colors and the other side in girl-ish colors!

What a great idea! These clothes would be the perfect shower gift for the mom who isn’t finding out the gender of the baby ahead of birth. And, you can use the clothes again for any other children you have, no matter what their gender is!

The reusability is part of founder Rhapsody Hahn’s mission of sustainability:

Our brand is committed to the use of natural and safe materials and processes. We use incredibly soft fabrics which are made from a blend of a cotton/soybean fibers. Diapers pile up in landfills every week, but you can reduce waste by the clothing that you choose for your baby. 

What you purchase now will suit current and future babies regardless of gender. 

Recycling has NEVER been so effortless!

I totally love this idea. I would also love it if she did a line of reversibles that were the same on both sides so you could keep using the the clothes even after baby stains one side with carrots. That would make the high-end price tag on these clothes a little easier on the wallet, especially for a last-time mom like me. I won’t have other babies to wear these clothes but I’d love to get extra stain-free mileage out of them for the baby I have now!

Photo: Purchase onesie set from Turnovers for $42

Read more from Rebekah at Stay At Home Pundit The Broad SideFollow Rebekah on Facebook and Twitter too!

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