Looking for kids’ clothes made in the USA? American-made clothing isn't always marked with a star-spangled tag. Take a look at this list of passionate and visionary American manufacturers and bookmark your favorites.
Not every garment with "American" on the label is made in the U.S., but this one is. In fact, American Apparel runs the largest clothing factory in North America. Based in downtown Los Angeles, the company is committed to social activism and corporate responsibility, which extends to environmental initiatives.
Little girls into dresses will love this Organic Kids Baby Rib Skater Tank Dress because it's twirly, colorful, and easy for them to put on.
Kiwi Industries believes in mindfully producing clothing. U.S. production is at the core of that philosophy, and social and environmental awareness efforts extend to concerns from fair trade to organic cotton.
Freshened classics and quality construction mark Kiwi Industries' garments, like this Grover t-shirt in The "Sesame Street Around the World" collection. The text spells character names in three languages.
All INKnBURN apparel is manufactured in California. Edgy prints set kids apart from the pack, and the innovative technical fabrics keep them comfortable at their most active.
4Arms are contoured sleeves with frictionless integrated designs. Water them down for added cool when it's warm, and wear them as an easily adjustable layer when the temperatures drop.
Winter Water Factory
Each item from Winter Water Factory is made in the USA from start to finish. Bold graphics and whimsical illustrations decorate classic shapes and t-shirts in organic cotton.
Inspired by a creative childhood business (the designer and her sister bottled and sold melted snow to their parents), even the company name is unique.
Barley & Birch
Barley & Birch strives for carbon neutrality and social integrity. U.S. production is just one aspect of the company's ambitious sustainability efforts.
Graphics like this curious fawn are printed with nontoxic, water-based inks onto 100% organic cotton.
Anthem of the Ants makes charming garments inspired by and designed to inspire the uniqueness of little girls. Vintage designs are updated with modern detailing to lovely effect. Hyper-local production and modern materials like water-based inks ensure a quality product with a smaller footprint.
The aqua hue and terrace print of this Ruffle Front Trapeze Dress are fresh, yet timeless. The raw-edge ruffles lend contrast to the otherwise sweet look.
Bear Feet Shoes
Bear Feet shoes are handmade in the USA. Many materials are American-made as well, and natural and organic products are used whenever possible. Natural rubber is sustainably harvested, and leather stock is byproduct-only.
Bear Feet shoes are made to mold to the foot, allowing young feet to develop naturally. The classic Desert Boot comes in multiple colors to suit boys and girls.
Alabama red clay colored the first Earth Creations garment, and is still in use today. Inspired by and protective of nature, Earth Creations prints with eco friendly inks. From sustainability to social consciousness, the company strives to give back.
This "Play in the Dirt" t-shirt speaks to the heart of the Earth Creations philosophy.
The Ella Moss girl is a beach-loving free spirit with easy style. Is it any wonder the line was born in California? As part of the world's largest apparel company, Ella Moss is committed to corporate transparency and integrity.
This bold floral dress epitomizes that bohemian vibe with saturated color and soft fabric and form.
Colette Kids believes in giving back to community, especially the company's home base of San Francisico. Colette Kids' environmental practices include using nationally sourced and organic cotton and eco-friendly dyes.
Well-made, gender-neutral garments are made to be shared and handed down. This Francois Chicken t-shirt was screen-printed individually by hand with a hip graphic and modern colorway.