A lovely romper with comfort for your child as a priority. The high-quality organic cotton contains no dangerous chemicals and the rib design ensures ultimate wearing comfort. We've left the labels off the neck so it won't irritate your baby's skin. The chocolate brown color is easy to combine and unisex. The press studs on the front give the Noa a stylish look, so you can conjure up a complete outfit just with a pair of pants. The Be Kind logo is embroidered on the back.
The child in photo 2 is two months old and wears size 56/62 with the sleeves turned up once. The model is quite narrow. Check the Size Chart to choose the right size.
Combine the Noa with Wise Woody, Charlie Legs or the Choco Scrunchies for sister/brother. We use every fabric with zero-waste thinking; as few traces of waste as possible, so every cm is processed.
Know what you buy
We believe in a complete story. That story isn't perfect, but it's 100% honest. We share everything with you, about every product, because we believe you have to know what you buy. That's why every product from Be Kind has its own product passport with information about material, process and impact. You find the passports at the end of the product pictures.
- Take care of the environment. wash only when necessary , at 30°C.
- Dry on the line.
- Fit: Normal Fit
- Timeless and neutral, so perfect to pass on
- Made in Portugal
- Color: Brown
- Material: 100% Organic Cotton
Noa Romper Brown Rib — by Be Kind has out of 3 sustainability stars. Like all products on BOAS, this product is climate positive and it has at least one independent sustainability label. Read more about the ratings on our sustainability criteria page.
Be Kind was founded in 2019 as an optimistic and sustainable brand in the hectic fashion industry, one of the dirtiest industries in the world.
Be Kind is on a mission to make a positive impact on the clothing industry. The clothing industry symbolizes inequality in the world: it's full of extremes of rich and poor. Be Kind dreams of a world that's more honest, friendly and fair, closing the gap between the two extremes. Creating awareness and thinking in possibilities are ways to make it work.