How our garments are made

Arksie garments are made in a small, responsible factory in Estonia, Tallinn. We chose them to be our partner, as they share our passion for high quality and pay a lot of attention to the details. We visit the factory often to ensure smooth cooperation and consistent production quality. It is a key priority for us, that Arksie garments are durable and can be used and washed without having to worry about fading of the colours or excessive lint in the fabric. We recommend that you always follow the washing instructions.


We want to do our part in protecting our valuable planet and it’s animals by reducing waste and especially plastic waste. Therefore we wrap our clothes in cute reusable cotton totes instead of plastic. Also, all of the hang tags are made of recycled paper and are attached to the clothes with yarn. We also ship the clothes to you in a cardboard sleeve instead of the plastic sleeves commonly used when shipping clothes. Arksie post packages might not be the prettiest in town, but at least they are not plastic 🙂


We manufacture durable, high-quality and timeless children wear that allows them to be used for a loooong time. As your children grow out of them, we hope you recycle your Arksies and give another kid the chance to find their new favourite outfit. We don’t believe in fast fashion when it comes to children’s wear. Adorable babies are being born literally every second, and they will all look super cute in our animal onesies, no matter what the year is. Although we invite new animals to the ark every season, it does not mean the originals will be left out. Long live the animals of the ark!


Making high quality garments that keep their colour and shape is very important to us. Therefore, we only use organic cotton, and have tested all our fabrics washing them relentlessly. Our cotton is GOTS-certified organic meaning that the used cotton is harvested from raw materials that are from environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing. We only use OEKO-TEX-certified dyes and colours in our fabrics. This way we can be sure that our clothes are safe for the little ones.