- Size and Care Guide
Size and Care Guide
If you're not sure which size to get, feel free to contact us any time. We'll do our best to assist you in finding the right size and fit. Overall, Londonberry pieces run smaller. When in doubt, we recommend buying a size bigger.
How to Measure
- Height: Full height from top of the head to toe.
- Chest: Measure right underneath the armpits where it's the widest
- Waist: Measure the natural waistline
- Inseam: Measure from crotch to the floor
Here are our general recommendations for fit, yet we cannot guarantee that every item will fit every child in the same way. We hope our chart below helps you out in finding the best size for your child. The measurements in the charts below are body measurements and are not specific to any garment.
Boy + Girl
|Age||0-3 Months||3-6 Months||6-12 Months||12-18 Months||18-24 Months|
Caring For Your Londonberry Organic Cotton Clothes
We highly recommend following our care instructions, so that your child can enjoy his/her organic cotton clothes for a long time and possibly pass them along after growing out of them.
Here is how to care for your organic cotton fabric:
- Machine wash cold or warm
- Use mild laundry soap (non-toxic, biodegradable types preferred)
- Tumble dry low or line dry
- Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed
- Do not iron on print
Conventional cotton is generally treated with chemicals to reduce the shrinkage effects. Our organic cotton is not treated, so it is possible for any item to shrink about 5%. If you think our garment might be snug and short after washing, we recommend buying one size bigger, so that your child can enjoy his/her new clothes for a long time. Alternatively, you can wash our garments in cold water or line dry them to minimize shrinking.
Please note that washed items are not eligible for return.
Origins Of Our Organic Cotton
All Londonberry products are produced in Turkey, made with 100% certified organic cotton from the legendary Aegean region, and are free of toxic dyes and prints. All the manufacturing processes such as spinning, knitting, dyeing, printing, and sewing are certified by Control Union Group under the internationally recognized Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS).