Clothes that grow. From 9 months to 4 years old.
The Petit Pli Bottoms have been designed in London and ethically made in Portugal.
Dispatched within 2 days.
Children are extreme athletes.
Inspired by aerospace engineering, Petit Pli constructs patent pending clothing for the world’s most curious explorers: children. Children are extreme athletes, so the suits are breathable, lightweight and rainproof. Their expanding structure allows for unrivalled freedom of movement.
We’re striving to make the best garments for you and for our planet. Petit Pli was born out of a desire to change & slow down fashion for the better. Our sole aim is to offer superior garments, intelligently designed to reduce the strain on our environment.
Together, we can build a better future for our children.
_Concealed knee patches
_Adjustable waistband and wrists
_Side pockets in bottoms and pullover
_Silicone gripper waistband
_2-popper neck opening
_Transfer labels, no itchy label syndrome
The concept of Petit Pli is built upon using materials sustainably. Petit Pli's designs significantly reduce waste and CO2 emissions at the point of production, distribution and after purchase. Our garments grow up to 7 sizes – that’s 1 Petit Pli garment purchased in place of 7 traditional ones.
Petit Pli suits are made from recycled fabrics & have a monofibre construction - allowing them to be easily recycled at the end of their use!
Along with this, we’ve partnered with a manufacturer in Portugal that derives 30% of their energy from solar panels.
Through its approach towards sustainability, Petit Pli hopes to instil slow-fashion values in growing children by inspiring them to value longevity and innovation in some of the most intimate products our lives - clothes!
Petit Pli is designing for the future of humanity - starting with the next generation.
A cold, gentle machine cycle will take the best care of Petit Pli’s fabric and the planet.
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We are pushing present manufacturing capabilities to their limit, as such some irregularities may appear in the garment structures. It is also normal for the garments to expand semi-permanently through extended use.