Wondering what Tote Pote means?

The brand is Bulgarian and the phrase Tote Pote means absolutely nothing in a grown-ups language, however, in our toddler’s language it meant ORANGE JUICE!! And that’s not all, as there was even more to the phrase to turn it into a sentence – Ote Tote Pote – can you guess the meaning? :)))

Children bring smile to our faces and inspire us. As parents, we always try to choose the best quality of everything for our little inspiration. And that’s exactly why we’ve started Tote Pote – to offer parents all over the world high quality and unique clothing line and accessories in limited editions.

Also aren’t you a bit tired of all the elephants, teddy bears and rabbits on your kids’ wear? 🙂 The design is Tote Pote original and the line is limited! For our very distinctive clothing, we use only the purest fabrics, between 95% and 100% cotton Oeko-Tex Standard Certified which is chosen and sewed with the help of a dotting Tote Pote Mom and harmless water-based prints which are designed by a very loving Tote Pote Dad. You’ll receive all of our products in a very cool recycled pack, which you wouldn’t want to throw away! Literally!

Unfold it, color it and assemble a cool robot to play with – a fun time for both parents and children is guaranteed, and nature will also be speared at least a little bit.

We use only pure fabrics Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certified cotton and all our prints are water-based with harmless paints, certified especially for printing on baby and children clothing.

Each clothing comes in a pack from a recycled paper. Don’t throw it away! Unfold it, colour it, and help your kid cut it out – you’ll create an awesome robot and spend some quality time together creating something with your own hands. We guarantee – it’ll be fun!

To be a parent means that you have the most important and a huge responsibility of protecting the health and well-being of your child. We strive to provide you with the best possible product that we would dress our child in.

“I knew when I met you an adventure was going to happen.”

Winnie the Pooh