This post is sponsored by thredUP. All thoughts and opinions are mine.
I’m all about saving money when it comes to shopping for kids. They grow out of clothing so fast that paying retail is silly. I shop consignment sales twice a year, buy from the sale racks at Old Navy and Target and shop second hand at thredUP. The only items I splurge on are shoes and accessories, like bows. Finding great deals is a thrill! My husband likes when I save money too.
A few weeks ago I was browsing thredUP for maternity clothes and hoped over to check out the girls department before I checked out. I hit the motherload of brand name items (most like new or new with tags) that would be perfect for spring for Parker.
|Crewcuts Tunic & Old Navy Dress|
It’s been really cold and rainy here so these are the only two items she’s worn on a regular basis so far. I’ve been layering the Old Navy dress over jeans and adding her boots or moccasins for a cute, sporty look. The light wash denim tunic is my favorite! I can see her wearing it all through the spring and summer with leggings and shorts.
|BabyGap Tee & GabyGap Top (Both only $5.99!)|
|BabyGap Cardigan, Hudson Shorts ($4.99!) & Native Sneakers|
ThredUP does most of the hard work for you. Unlike consignment sales they only accept like new or new items. Everything we received was in top shape, all I had to do was wash it. ThredUP carries all the top brands like Old Navy, Gap, Gymboree, and Carter’s. You can also find more exclusive brands like Hanna Anderson, Janie & Jack, and Matilda Jane. I scored this Siaomimi Cardigan for Parker to wear this fall for 50% off retail and it still had the tags!
Hop on over to check out all the goodies thredUP has to offer in the girl’s department and use code GIRLS50 for 50% off! (50% off first-time girl’s clothing orders, discount up to $50)
Do you pay retail for your children’s clothes? I’d love to hear how you save money!