On average, popular high-end kid’s brands have a 56% re-sale value. And the brand itself, and garment’s condition, may have a lot less impact on the re-sale value than you’d think.
Introduction to Tea Collection Taking off in 2002, Tea Collection was the first children’s clothing line that was created to ensure that children were able to wear comfortable, yet sophisticated pieces of clothing on a […]
How I got 10 brand new Hanna Andersson garments for $78.90 on HannaAndersson.com.
Introduction to Boden Kids (Baby Boden, Mini Boden, and Johnnie B) Boden clothing is becoming more commonplace in the closets of stylish kids everywhere. And if you join any clothing resale site that sells children’s […]
Updated November 5, 2021 If you’re looking for colorful, cozy clothes for your little one to play and lounge in, Lulu & Roo has got you covered. Every piece of clothing is made with care, […]
Updated December 11, 2021 A Little About Alice + Ames (or Alice and Ames) It can be difficult to find cute clothing that kids love that won’t get destroyed the minute they go outside or […]
Updated November 2, 2021 INTRODUCTION TO HANNA ANDERSSON Perhaps best known for their matching family pajamas, Hanna Andersson is a high-quality children’s clothing brand with a nod to Scandinavian culture. Hanna Andersson, or Hanna, was […]
In an earlier post, I wrote about how there comes a time in the life of every clothes-hoarding mom when you stumble upon SHEIN kids’ clothes. I caved and placed an order of clothes from […]
My kiddos are little, age 3 and age 1. They’re not clamoring yet for the “It” brand jeans or leggings or hoodies. But they’re still growing, and at a pace that far eclipses older kids […]
…as I dive deeper into the world of mommy groups, I’ve discovered there is a deep fear, or stigma, against purchasing “icky” or inferior garments or baby gear made in China.