Tara Baby Shop has garnered quite the name and fame for its handmade baby clothes. But the story behind each attire will leave you impressed even more.
Back in 1979, when Tara was searching for baby clothes for her newborn, she found that it was an impossible task to find. She, therefore, resorted to buying fabric, getting it stitched from a tailor, and on occasion, getting it embroidered by a skilled person. Soon, she realised the potential of this space to create a social enterprise. Thus, she started Tara Baby Shop, a one-stop shop for all things baby essentials that are hand stitched.
Tara’s products are not machine-made. Rather, it is hand-embroidered by local women in villages across Kerala. What Tara does is facilitate women who otherwise would not have had the opportunity to work and earn a living.
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They make use of their various skills to craft each product. This means that different hands work on each product at every stage of production. In fact, the working environment is 100% stress-free, where pressures to meet deadlines aren’t imposed. It’s a safe space for women to grow, feel empowered and earn a living. So each product you purchase from Tara Baby Shop in turn gives many women the opportunity to become contributing members to their household income.
From vests and sets, rompers, dresses, and skirts to panties, linens, kids’ nightwear, and toys, you get all your baby’s essentials from Tara Baby Shop. You must check out their 100% cotton cloth napkins and colourful prints on their clothes. And they’re all super adorable! If you head to the website, you can shop by size and age. All their products are made for age groups spanning newborns to nine years.
They have three stores opened in Thrissur, Kottayam and Kochi. You can also get their products delivered to your doorstep. For any assistance, drop a text on Whatsapp at 9633502333.
- Chembukkav, Thrissur
- Mahatma Gandhi Rd, opp. Shenoys Theatre, Shenoys, Kochi
- CSI Cplx, Baker Jn, Baker Hill, Kottayam, Kerala