About Us - Lark Adventurewear

About Us

We are thrilled to be the first and only baby activewear apparel brand and we don’t take this lightly! Our team is small and spirited, but devoted to keeping infants and toddlers sweat-free, cool, protected, and happy so that they (and you) can enjoy each day to the fullest. Our mission is to make quality baby clothes that can easily endure the daily life of an active infant or toddler --- from the sandbox to a birthday party to dinner with the grandparents – wash and repeat. We believe in quality over quantity… and baby clothing is no exception. Lark Adventurewear is functional, fashionable, environmentally friendly, and totally safe for your little one’s sensitive skin. We make baby clothes so parents and babies can stay active and explore the world around them in comfort.

What Makes Us Different

  • Eco-friendly 60% cotton/40% bamboo fabric (Oeko-tex 100 Certified)

  • Natural, breathable wicking fabric keeps little ones cool

  • No Chemicals or Synthetic Fabrics

  • Made in USA

  • Easy-open kimono top makes clothing changes a breeze

  • Perfect play clothes that transition from outside to indoors

Our Founder

Inspired by her own family’s passion for living an active lifestyle, Pallavi Golla founded Lark Adventurewear in 2016. When her son Vyan was born, she was in awe of his curiosity of nature and the way he explored the world around him. While on their outdoor excursions, Pallavi began to notice that while she remained dry and cool in her adult activewear, Vyan was hot, sweaty and damp in his clothing. This led them to cut their time outdoors short since baby Vyan would get easily overheated and sticky. Pallavi began to search for safe activewear for babies to no avail. She recognized the need for eco-friendly infant activewear that would keep babies cool, sweat-free and comfortable, so Lark Adventurewear was born.

Pallavi lived in New York City and Los Angeles for many years before returning to her Pittsburgh roots. When not working on Lark, She can be found experimenting in the kitchen or on a hiking trail with her husband, son, and dog Bodie.