Let the kids play

Unleash your child's inner adventurer with our rugged and durable clothing. Crafted with care, each piece is perfect for climbing trees, building forts, and conquering the wilderness.

Our apparel collection draws inspiration from the beauty of nature itself. Delicate floral patterns, vibrant animal prints, and earthy tones reflect the awe-inspiring wonders of the wild.

As an avid adventurer and creating a little explorer in her son, Marigna wanted to create the ideal children’s clothing while sourcing it ethically to protect the very nature she loves so much. As an animal lover, cherishing her two horses, two donkeys, and her son’s pony, Marigna wanted to incorporate this adoration into her designs. 

Our clothing is made from soft, breathable fabrics that are gentle on the skin, allowing your little Wildling to roam freely and play without limits. From playdates to picnics, our designs ensure a comfortable and unrestricted experience.

You can trust that our clothing will accompany your child through countless adventures, becoming a cherished part of their growing memories.


Organic Cotton

Organic cotton and conventional cotton have several key differences in terms of cultivation, production, and environmental impact. Here are some of the benefits of organic cotton compared to conventional cotton:

Organic cotton is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or genetically modified organisms.

Farming practices prioritize soil health through techniques like crop rotation, composting, and natural pest control. These methods help maintain soil fertility, prevent erosion, and preserve biodiversity. Farmers often utilize rainwater harvesting, efficient irrigation techniques, and water management strategies to reduce water consumption and preserve this valuable resource.

Fibers tend to be softer and hypoallergenic compared to conventionally grown cotton. They are less likely to cause skin irritations or allergies, making them a popular choice for individuals with sensitive skin.

While organic cotton offers several advantages, it is worth noting that it typically requires more land and labor compared to conventional cotton. This can result in slightly higher prices for organic cotton products. However, the benefits in terms of environmental sustainability and social responsibility make it an appealing choice for many consumers and brands committed to ethical and sustainable practices.


Tencel, also known as lyocell, is considered an eco-friendly fabric for several reasons.

Tencel is made from wood pulp, primarily sourced from eucalyptus trees. Eucalyptus is a fast-growing plant that requires less water, pesticides, and land compared to other natural fibers such as cotton. The trees used for Tencel production are typically grown on managed plantations, minimizing the impact on natural forests. It

is produced using a closed-loop manufacturing process, which means that the solvents and chemicals used to break down the wood pulp into fibers are recycled and reused. This closed-loop system significantly reduces water consumption and chemical waste compared to traditional textile manufacturing processes.

Tencel is biodegradable, meaning it can naturally decompose when discarded, unlike synthetic fabrics like polyester. This property reduces the environmental impact and waste accumulation associated with textile disposal.


Blending with bamboo fabric can offer several benefits due to the unique properties of bamboo fibers.

Bamboo fabric is known for its luxurious softness, often compared to cashmere or silk. Blending bamboo fibers with other materials can enhance the comfort and overall soft feel of the fabric. Blending bamboo with other fibers can help improve the breathability of the fabric, making it more comfortable to wear in hot and humid conditions.

Bamboo has natural antimicrobial properties, thanks to a substance called "bamboo kun." This property helps inhibit the growth of bacteria, making bamboo fabric naturally odor-resistant. 

It is a highly renewable resource that grows quickly and requires minimal water and pesticides compared to conventional crops.

While bamboo itself is a highly renewable resource, the process of turning bamboo into fabric requires significant energy and water inputs. The chemicals used in the production process, if not properly managed, can also contribute to pollution and environmental degradation.

We do our best to source sustainable bamboo, and take the approach of diversifying the fabrics we use and sticking to small batch releases for all collections to reduce the carbon footprint.



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