CSS for UNIQLO BABIES : Comfort, Safety and Style for our babies | Mommy Madness

Admit it, at one time or another, we as parents have wanted to see our kids be a little bit more cuter so we dress them up to perfection right? I know I have been in this stage before hehehe... However, there is more to choosing baby clothing than simply considering its style. Safety is and should always be a top priority for these pieces.


Japanese clothing and high-street brand UNIQLO understands this need so well that it has come up with a clothing collection carefully designed and engineered to be safe for babies. I had the chance to know more about what made Uniqlo's clothing for babies more safe than others as I was at their launch last week.. :3


With fellow mommy bloggers at SM Aura :3


Following the global Oeko-Tex Standard 100, UNIQLO makes sure that every piece of clothing is free of harmful substances and meets the highest standards.


UNIQLO’s Baby Wear are categorized as Class 1— the safest classification under the Oeko-Tex Standard. From the raw material used to the finished product, all clothes are made sure to be formalin-free to ensure the health and safety of babies.

Nikka-Martinez-Garcia was there with us to celebrate said event, and we even had a few games as well. Fastest mom to dress up the "mannequin baby" wins cool stuff from Uniqlo :3

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="640"]uniqlobaby-2193 PS: Mommy Zheyme won at 1 minute.. :3[/caption]

The “Babies” collection is initially being carried only in 5 stores—Megamall, SM Mall of Asia, SM North EDSA, SM Aura, and Powerplant Mall. Now, the collection is already available in 11 more UNIQLO outlets namely SM Pampanga, SM Clark, Robinsons Manila, SM BF ParaƱaque, SM Southmall, Gateway, SM City San Lazaro, SM Makati, and Robinsons Magnolia. Nine different baby clothing categories will be available in 16 UNIQLO stores.


“We want to give parents, and even Titos, Titas, Lolos, and Lolas, an easier time shopping for their little ones. Of course we strive to only provide them with the best and safe products for their kids,” says Kubota.

The best quality control is applied to the smallest details of the baby range. While care labels are commonly sewn inside clothes, UNIQLO’s had its ones placed outside to prevent irritation. A special sewing technique is also used to remove any unevenness on the cloth or threads to keep the skin of babies safe.
To keep to its commitment of providing safe products to babies, UNIQLO will also be adopting an original quality standard later this year. This is another step for the brand to conduct strict product management and finally assume final responsibility to its clothes.


Kubota finishes, “Every parent wants to give the best to their babies. We want to help them with that by providing safe fashion choices.”

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