Our goal is to make beautiful, more sustainable, and more socially conscious products for you and your littles.

You deserve the best possible garments and accessories for your baby and family and it all started with garments we were designing and producing to put on our own babies, so we know this is something you care about as well. You can rest assured that every single piece produced by Quincy Mae lives up to the checklist of promises regarding quality, ethical manufacturing, and safety for your littles outlined below. Transparency matters and knowledge is power.

Organic Cotton

Since the beginning we've only sourced the best organic cotton we could find. In the simplest terms possible, this means extreme intentionality in only using materials that you can be fully confident to put on your child, certified by our industry's highest standards.

We know that what you put on your littles matters, so putting our time and effort into sourcing all of the best, softest, and safest materials we can means that you don't have to.

Chemical Free

Rest assured that all of our clothing is free of antimicrobial chemicals, formaldehydes, pesticides, phthalates, PFCs, polyvinyl chloride, and VOCS. That's all code for saying that this is pure cotton that washes softly, wears in well, ages gracefully, and is free of harmful additives. What goes on your baby's skin matters to us so we take this seriously and ensure you don't have to worry about what's in the product, just enjoy that it's natural, clean, and made for memories to come.

Ethically Made

Quincy Mae is designed in the United States and made in China. Everything is made in partnership with factories that must sign an eleven-part code of conduct agreement with us which states a series of critical components: No child labor, no forced work environments, fair wages, non-discrimination on the basis of age, race, sex, and many more. This compliance agreement is subject to continuous audits to maintain that it is upheld. We're excited to say that in 2018 our main factory won an award for Social Responsibility within our industry. Happy workers and happy factories make better product, we are proud of this process.

Certified Responsibly

We have chosen to exclusively work with factories that either WRAP, SEDEX, or BSCI certified so that you can guarantee the products are made responsibly. WRAP is the world's largest independent certification program mainly focused on the apparel, footwear, and sewn products sectors. Becoming a certified facility involves much more than simply passing an audit, they take a collaborative approach to social compliance certification in which works with their facilities to ensure that they remain in compliance with core principles related to ethics and social responsibility. This process requires that all of our facilities actively engage in the process themselves and see to it that effective management systems are maintained to ensure compliance requirements are met.

Certified Organic and Pure

OEKO-TEX® Standard 100
Sustainably made 
Ethically made
Made of natural fibers
Made with natural dyes
Free of antimicrobial chemical
Free of formaldehyde
Free of pesticides
Free of phthalates
Free of PFCs
Free of polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
Free of VOCs 

Love. Wear. Repeat.

At Quincy Mae, sustainbility matters! By sourcing only the best cotton and materials we can share with you longer lasting, better washing garments and accessories that aren't disposable. We believe that cherished baby garments should be worn, well-loved, and then shared and not thrown away wastefully. This is why as a brand an emphasis is put on produces better quality and longer lasting items that live on beyond the initial wear and tear.

All Quincy Mae packaging (polybags / hangtags) are all recyclable. Since most of the apparel industry contributes to piles of unnecessary trash, packaging is a little thing that makes a huge difference. In an intentional effort to push back against creating waste that we can easily avoid, all of our outer elements protecting the garments can be put straight into your recycling bin at home.

Why Organic