A new source of sustainable Irish childrenswear & gifts

Launched in August 2020 by Susan Grant, a Dublin-based mum of twin girls, siolog.ie brings together high quality, ethically made children’s clothing and lifestyle products from a wide range of independent Irish brands, all under one roof.

www.siolog.ie

Síológ is the Irish word for 'seedling', representing our ever-growing babies and children but also evoking the natural world and the planet that she and her partner brands feel so strongly about protecting.

Identifying a gap in the market for a central source of eco-friendly and ethically made Irish children’s wear, Susan decided to launch the site as a means of bringing together a range of quality brands who share her sustainable ethos. Apart from clothing, Síológ also offers a growing range of skincare, home décor, toys and eco products.

Some of our favourites on the site include: 

Puddle Duck Kids Raincoat - Stone €45,00

Puddle Duck Kids Wellington Boot - Mustard €45,00

Counting Sheep Mobile €65,00

Rainbow Wall Hanging - Large €28,00

Bamboo muslin blanket - fruity feeling €21,00

Organic cotton blanket - raspberry €25,00

Organic Cotton Tunic Dress - White €20,00

Organic Cotton PJs - Grey €20,00

Organic Grippy Zippy Sleepsuit - Raspberry €30,00

Backpack - Parrot €40,00

New Little Lady €3,50

Leanmh Nua €3,95

The products are not just ethically made but gorgeous too, and 1% of all sales go to LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children’s Hospice. Available from siolog.ie

 

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