Some garments endure centuries because they are so timeless and good. What is known these days as ‘onesie’ is originally called a baby’s romper or jumpsuit. The ‘overall’ has been known in Europe for a few centuries, and eventually also arrived in America in the 1900’s. Mainly used for sleeping it was also often used as playwear. The one-piece suit is ideal for crawling, rolling, running children because they would be able to play while their clothes stay in place. The Khasto onesie comes in one size and is suitable for babies two to six months old.
Khasto Jumpsuit - A Skin Friendly Vintage Onesie
Khasto has a soft feel because it contains three layers of fine woven cotton. The middle layers is printed or dyed in plain colours and shines through the outer layers. The gentle fabric provides a feeling of comfort due to the breathing effect of the three layers. The Khasto jumpsuit is ideal for the delicate baby skin and a beautiful blend of classic and contemporary baby clothing.
Traditional Quality and Fairtrade
In the 19th century, the delicate voile fabric was layered and used for shawls. Gradually this technique and material saw itself overtaken by the rise of synthetic garments that emerged during the industrialisation period.
As we strive for the most comfortable sleeping experience, we also wish for the makers of our collection to enjoy good working conditions and salary. Khasto bed linen are handmade in India in a workplace by skilled people who often work with family members who transfer their knowledge to one another. We invest in good working conditions and fair pay for the craftsmen and women, who in return provide us with their exceptional craftsmanship.
guarantee that there is no child labour involved in the manufacture process of Khasto products.