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Salvor Fauna; Unique Kid’s Clothes with an Organic Flair

September 20, 2008

Salvor Fauna Organic Gorilla TeeOrganic clothing benefits the earth by leaving a small ecological footprint and preserves the earth for generations of species to come. That’s why Salvor’s Fauna line, a gorgeous collection of hand silk-screened animals on organic cottons, makes so much sense. Eclectic and Unique, Salvor Fauna’s t-shirts, onesies, wall prints and pillows make great baby gifts.

Making the choice to go organic is easy. The hard part? Choosing which animal you want to wear! (Click on picture to view item)

salvor fauna organic onesie squirrelsalvor fauna fawn kids tshirtsalvor fauna pico pillow elephant organic cotton

Complete collection here…






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