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Bath
England

Oppi is about having fun giving. Handmade by Jane Trentham, every item of Oppi babywear is sewn from organic, fair trade or upcycled fabric. With each item of Oppi babywear you buy, we give to Tutela Africa; supporting family-based childcare for Mozambique's orphans and most vulnerable children.

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Helpful to know

Babywear sizes explained. Packaging and postage details given. Advice on care and washing Oppi babywear.

Oppi sizes

Oppi shoe size guide

Every baby born has their own unique weight, size and shape. We've done some research to understand the averages which has helped us set our Oppi shoe sizes. 

All Oppi shoes are especially designed for pre-walking babies.

Oppi boots 

We have design two styles of Oppi boots:

  • Our 0-3 month boots are suitable for newborns. They are made from upcycled knitted cashmere and wool. Designed with long ankle cuffs they keep the whole of the lower leg warm.
  • Our 3-6 months size boots are made from upcycled woven wool, and they have a soft velcro fastening.

The size chart above can be used as your measure. Oppi boots are perfect for pre-crawling and crawling babies. They have been tried and tested to stay on toes and keep feet warm.

 

Packing and postage

Each Oppi item is beautifully handwrapped before it is shipped.

We send our UK packages by Royal Mail First Class delivery: £4

International postage and Royal Mail Signed For options are available at the checkout. 

 


Caring for your Oppi babywear

Cotton items (Oppi shoes)

Oppi baby shoes have been wash tested during design development and we are happy to let you pop them in the washing machine with your other cotton garments. 

Think about the environment, though. Only wash when needed, let fresh air do the drying and a medium iron will work just fine. 

Wool items (Oppi boots)

We recommend that you sponge clean Oppi boots; wool always needs that extra bit of care. Warm water and some mild washing detergent should do the trick, and then let them air dry.