Swedish Comfy Clothing!

Hanna Andersson is grand stop to catch high quality, all cotton apparel focused mainly for newborns. It is founded by a Swedish woman a resident of US, who has named the company after her grandmother. The company was established on Portland in 1983. The founder of Hanna Andersson Company was Gun Denhart and Tom Denhart. They are into manufacturing clothing for the whole family, specializing mainly on children’s clothes. There is also some unisex clothing including sweats, long johns, t-shirts and turtlenecks. The fabric for short and long johns is 100% organic cotton which is certified by European ecological process called ko-Tex Standard 100. Shoppers will find lots of patterned prints, soft pants, floppy hats, canvas jackets, pullovers, socks tights made of washable fabric. Kid’s shoes go by European sizing and women’s shoes uses US sizing. The clothes are sold in clusters so that consumers can procure numerous pieces to mix and match. Hanna Andersson’s petite stockholm collection contains long printed skirts, petite soft blazers and cropped pants. Hanna Andersson Children’s Foundation builds a brighter future for vulnerable children. They provide grants to many schools and other non profits organizations that cater to children’s requirements every year. The part of the profit made by the company is contributed to this Children’s foundation. The organization was established in 2001. Hanna Andersson garments are a nice blend of functionality, comfort and style.

(http://www.hannaandersson.com/home.asp?cchkrd)

Can't wait to buy some oh Hannah Anderson's pieces for my little ruru one day!

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