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Finally: The Solution To Your Child’s Outgrown Clothes!

The solution to your child's outgrown clothes: kinderstuffI get a lot of press releases about new products on the market for kids and I don’t share very many of them. But, sometimes I get an e-mail for something that I think is worth sharing and kinderstuff is one of them.

Kinderstuff is a pretty genius company – formed with the idea of finding a solution to the fact that kids outgrow their clothes so quickly.

The premise is as follow: You buy your child clothing from kinderstuff and when the outgrow it, you send it back to be recycled (either sold as hand-me-downs, given to charity or recycled – shipping is free), then you choose new items in your child’s current size and enjoy a discount on your new purchase. It’s as easy as that.

All of the clothing in kinderstuff’s collection is bright, fun, and completely organic and because they have cut out the middle man the price/quality ratio is in your favor. There are currently 15 items in the kinderstuff collection that cover sizes 0-2 years, but they will be expanding within the next six months to carry 45 items as well as sizes up to six years so little one’s and parents will have plenty of options.

In honor of their U.S. launch today (they’ve already had great success in Europe) they’re offering a 10% off discount, BUT Babble readers get one better with a 15% discount just for entering the coupon code: “babble” at checkout.

If you’re into cute, organic clothes, saving money, and sustainability, then head over and check out kinderstuff - it’ll be right up your alley.

 

Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on TwitterFacebookPinterest and Instagram or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble. More from Lauren:

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