At Seasalt Kids, we wanted to do more than just design cute suits for our cute kids. We also wanted to have a positive impact on our kids and this planet. And, finding ways to empower moms and their kids with positive messages was just a start. We believe one of the best ways to ensure a brighter future for our kids is to leave them with a healthy planet in which they could thrive. So from the very beginning we made it our commitment, no matter the complexities or the costs, to incorporate sustainable practices in our company and our products, and to look for ways to do better.
ethically sourced and sustainable
We are proud to say our fabrics are made from post-consumer plastic bottles and fishing nets salvaged from the ocean. The use of recycled materials helps not only to divert materials from our landfills and oceans, but it also helps to alleviate the impact on our planet by using what’s already existing instead of sourcing virgin raw materials.
But it doesn’t just stop with recycled fabrics...
compostable packaging for the win!
From our business cards that use recycled cotton, to our eco-friendly printers and office equipment, we’ve also made our packaging eco-friendly as well. Our custom tissue paper, stickers, and packing tape as well as our poly mailers and shipping labels are all compostable. Simply discard the packaging in a home or commercial compost bin!
it's ONLY THE BEGINNING
We're on a journey
We are the first ones to admit that we don't have all the answers to sustainable alternatives in our business practices, supply chain, and product development. What we do know is that sustainability is not a destination; it's a journey. It’s about continuously searching for ways we can improve and do better across the board. And while we can't control many factors in the long and winding road of 'sustainable' manufacturing, we can control the decisions we make in our own business practices and the importance we place in sourcing sustainable materials to curate high quality suits and other eco-offerings for our consumers and, of course, our kids.
From our materials, our practices, and our partnerships, we promise to approach every decision we make by first asking ourselves, How can we do this better?